The Bedford Incident

The Bedford Incident

Richard Widmark plays a hardened cold-war warrior and captain of the American destroyer USS Bedford. Sidney Poitier is a reporter given permission to interview the captain during a routine patrol. Poitier gets more than he bargained for when the Bedford discovers a Soviet sub in the depths and the captain begins a relentless pursuit, pushing his crew, and the on-screen tension, to breaking point in this chilling cold-war tale of cat and mouse.

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Jason G (us) wrote: Low budget plus some art house cinematography does not make this a good movie.

Luis L (es) wrote: INTERESTING TRIP INTO THE VOID, UNFULFILLED DESIRES AND HIDDEN PASSIONS ON THE SURFACE OF BEINGS LOST IN THE FOREST OF NOWHERE

gary t (gb) wrote: well umn just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch...its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie..i think that tom selleck, james remar, timothy bottoms, ian mune, mcraney, bruce phillips play good parts throughout this movie i think that the director of this Drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie..its a good movie 2 watch n its quite enjoyable throughout

Justin B (jp) wrote: Unbearably obnoxious adult coming of age tale seemingly directed at preteen girls.

Logan M (fr) wrote: If Travis Bickle were to trade his taxi cab for an ambulance, we'd of had "Bringing Out the Dead" back in 1976. This is definitely the closest Martin Scorsese has ever come to a tearjerker.

Nathan S (de) wrote: Watched it again after 8 years.... Will watch it again right now! Truly captivating!

Brian P (nl) wrote: Pretty bad, pretty terrible, pretty horrible. Do I need to say anymore then that?

Simon T (br) wrote: The tone of John Boorman's acclaimed drama is extraordinary: at once elegiac and gently satirical while ratcheting up the very real desperation of the quartet of middle-aged city types whose river trip is soon ambushed by the hicks they've been too quick to patronise. With a notable soundtrack of duelling banjos and woodland birds, this still ranks - along with Point Blank and Hope and Glory - as Boorman's masterpiece. A poem, a thriller, an existential meditation - unique.

Luke W (ca) wrote: A great film with wonderful cinematography and an interesting plot, even if it is threatened by a moderate amount of over-the-top acting.

sabrina i (us) wrote: A throughly entertaining Western with Jimmy Stewart and Marlene Deitrich to boot.

Graham M (kr) wrote: Not terrible, but full of inconsistencies and under-utilises its premise.