Decent B movie
G. Burrell | 09/22/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"An uknown nuclear submarine conceals iteself in protected waters, Sweden's government along with the United Status must find the enemy. Just when the solution is at hand, a top secret laser designed by Sweden's military is stolen and the lab is destroyed. Now everyone is under suspicion including the Swedish government, the laser inventors, as well as the terrorists. Dennis Hopper is Miller, a United States official assigned to find the laser and get it back - before it's technology falls into the wrong hands."
Hoping, But NO
SSBN Blues | Atlanta, GA, USA | 01/31/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Was hoping other reviews were off, but unfortunately they were right. Not even close to a recommended movie. Or as would be said by submariners, a true "Five finger gagger"."
J Johnson | Vancouver, WA USA | 09/27/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I agree with most of the other reviewers on this one. This is a dreadful, dreary awful movie. With Dennis Hopper in it, I was hoping for more than a B movie. The story line is a good one, a true story about a Russian submarine able to sneak into Norwegian waters. The acting is poor, the characters are predictable. The action star even drives a Trans Am (in Norway non the less). If you like submarine movies, there is about 30 seconds of submarine time in the whole movie. Even the Michael Dudikoff sub movies are better than this one. :)"
G. Burrell | 02/10/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The movie was satisfactory as far as the plot. The DVD was terrible in the transfer. I've had this movie about six months and have attempted to watch it many times, but never got past the first 15 minutes due to the poor quality of sound and picture. I finally watched it completely and only give it 2 stars for the basic plot which was only satisfactory."