Based on the book Working on the Edge by Spike Walker, Deadliest Sea tells the story of a young man who joins the crew of a King Crab trawler in Alaska seeking to make some real money. The captain of the vessel plays a hunch about where to set traps in the Bering Sea, but the boat and crew are soon victims of a powerful and relentless storm.
- Stars:Sebastian Pigott, Greg Bryk, Joanne Boland, Ryan Blakely, Kris Holden-Ried, Eugene Clark, Ron White, Peter Outerbridge, Jonathan Walker, Doug Lennox, John Blackwood, Daniel Kash, Daniel DeSanto, Danny Smith,
- Director:T.J. Scott,
- Writer:David Young, T.J. Scott, Kevin Lund
Based on a true story of a fishing boat out of Kodiak, Alaska that encountered a storm and was hit by a rogue wave. The crew, believing that their vessel was about to capsize, abandoned ship in the Bering sea. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Deadliest Sea torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: I enjoyed the plot building but the ending left too many voids.
(nl) wrote: a lil bit of revisionist history in another butch cassidy western
(mx) wrote: The acting is a bit suspect but if you focus on the story line it is worth a watch
(ru) wrote: Both movies are amazing the art is crisp the Japanese acting is great the cgi blends well The storys good its one you can watch more then once it's well worth the price to own both films or the rental fee
(br) wrote: Offensive. Not in a funny way. Not in a provocative way. Not in a thoughtful way. Just offensive. Offensively bad.The good: The magician she takes to dinner. He was kind of funny. The Bad: everything else. The beginning on the movie is Jenny just crying and on all fours showing her ass to strangers. Wow.You had Carmen Electra being an offensive stereotype (which I thought was blackface until sum41 singer pointed out that she was in fact a white chick who thought she was mexiblack or something).The period scene in the grocery store, fucking jesus christ. Horrendous. Not funny. What the fuck.The movie was just Jenny's mug contorting to try to show emotion and acting but it just looked like she had to fart the whole time. The movie turned into a Sum41 music video for about 3 minutes as well. That was terrible. The movie sets women back. It's that bad. She said she doesn't need men, then she tries to all of a sudden fuck anything that moves, then tries to blame guys saying they are pigs when they reject her advances. What?!This movie should be avoided at all costs. It's offensive. It can SUUUUCK MYYY BAAAAAAASSS!
(us) wrote: This is a bizarre movie, and it's hard to figure out the point of it. With that said, you should watch it. It's good.
(ru) wrote: classic 90's action movie that wants to be die hard so bad. Steven Segal lacks the personality or physicality of bruce willis, and he would never be allowed to take his shirt off in movies these days. Tommy lee jones is having fun as a villain thats a precursor for his two face. Its not so stupid that its flat out bad but its never great so its not good to watch as a good or bad movie.
(jp) wrote: Fun early 80's B-movie depicting the exploits of what looks like a huge subterranean artichoke with a taste for bumbling beachcombers in South-Cal. With a cast of some very recognizable faces, good acting & a workable plot. However, gore-meisters will be gravely-disappointed, as the film is basically grue-free, and the creature effects leave a little to be desired. But all-in-all, an enjoyable experience for monster-lovers.
(gb) wrote: Well done true story about two friends who kill a guy to prove how smart they and expect to get away with it (Hitchcock told the story in Rope). This focuses on the aftermath of the incident on how they got caught and their case. While a young Dean Stockwell does a nice job, the standout is, not surprising, Orson Welles who plays their attorney. His closing argument is quite amazing, I wish he was in the film more. E G Marshall is also very good. Overall, a nice ensemble and a well told story, it's worth checking out.
(nl) wrote: Classic. Too many good things to say about this movie
(it) wrote: They're old. It's kind of OK I guess.
(jp) wrote: A good movie, with the feel and energy of Brasil. The music is the high point.
(nl) wrote: Perhaps one of the few films about the legacy of the Holocaust, that is entirely focused on despair and emptiness . . . that being said, I get the feeling that Lumet was a little too into the French New Wave when he made this. I don't mean to belittle that movement, but it doesn't completely works for this kind of narrative.
(au) wrote: I really don't know what to think of this franchise. Is it good or is it not that good? Eugene Levy is quite entertaining, but everything else I have mixed thoughts on.