Hostile Waters

Hostile Waters

Based on true events, an American submarine collides into a Soviet sub of the coast of America and an ensuing standoff occurs that could lead to total annihilation.

In October 1986, a Russian submarine carrying nuclear missles collides with an American nuclear submarine off the coast of Bermuda. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Daniel W (br) wrote: Brilliant movie!!!!!!

Benjamin H (jp) wrote: Saw the movie in Denmark, great movie, and is was fenomenal. A Must See.

Armando B (gb) wrote: A good heist movie with a decent cast and some clever dialogue, plus a twist ending that you really don't see coming. Good product from Canada...

ClaRita C (gb) wrote: Not really sure if the vampire really liked the kid or just used another weak kid who now owes her his life. I guess he could use any kind of friend he gets, even a vampire. There was some cheap suspense here and there, but overall creepy.

Andrew I (kr) wrote: A film of two halves, this starts off quite weak and fizzles out quickly. If you don't turn it off after 20-30mins during England's qualifiers, the pace improves ever so slightly when England reach Brazil. The jokes don't though - for me, it was only the slight nostalgic value of seeing Ronaldo, Pele' and that bloke who used to present the sport on Anglia, that made it halfway bearable. I was going to rate this 4/10, but I'll reluctantly admit to smirking slightly at Atomic Kitten's appearance and just being reminded of the halcyon days of On The Ball with Gabby Logan & Barry Venison is surely worth another half a star. Like an England penalty shootout, 5/10

Bengt W (mx) wrote: Som en remake p After Hours i Los Angeles. Inte lika inspirerat som Scorseses film, men underhllande dumheter nr Goldblum trtt p sitt dagliv testar vad nattlivet kan erbjuda, resultatet? Sex, terrorism och tokiga upptg - What else?

Paul M (ca) wrote: Unlike the first film this has the Benetton ad kids against the world and rather than them taking over the world they are here to save us. All sorts of political and religious undertones within in the film make it a bit preachy but still kind of creepy.

Zachary M (jp) wrote: Movies don't need over complicated plots or philosophical debates on the evil's of man to be amazing. That's because at it's core film is a visual medium. A way to express art, ideas, and opinions in a way that you can share with others. Truly, that's what this movie is, an art piece. You are hear to watch sights and visuals animated to some of the most powerful scores in history. And that's all a person needs. If you don't have the luxury of living near an art museum or a grand old opera, then feel free to sit back and relax, you can now say you've seen both without ever having to have left your home.

Alexander B (ag) wrote: Snyder's career (as of 2016) peeks in what is his best movie to date.He expertly manages to capture a story in the notoriously bad for story horror genre. The opening scenes of this film are some of the best in any film and puts the viewer right into the action without pulling or pushing them into it. Snyder excels at creating a believable zombie outbreak film way ahead of the current "serious" adaptation shows and movies that follow. In many ways, it is heartbreaking to watch this film today. It is the exact thing you want from a Snyder film, fast paced action that organically builds into and from a well constructed plot with smooth character development that lends the viewer ease when suspending their disbelief. Sadly, he never delivers it again.