Dunked in the Deep

Dunked in the Deep

The stooges are tricked into becoming stowaways by their neighbor "Borscht", a spy for an enemy country. Stranded on a freighter on the high seas, they discover that their friend has concealed some stolen microfilm in watermelons they brought aboard for him. After a wild chase, they subdue Borscht and recover the microfilm.

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Jamie C (it) wrote: An enjoyable fourth part, A few decent laughs, Altogether better than the third but not the first two, The kids will love it, Adults will enjoy but won't think anything else of it, I can't comment on the 3D as I watched the 2D version, I wanted to see more of Scrat but he still stole the show.

Steve S (de) wrote: a pretty mediocre vinnie jones mystery, that kinda looks like it was made for bbc 2. the ending was very far fetched and really made watching the almost 2 hours before it very pointless

Todd S (kr) wrote: [font=Times New Roman][size=4][color=#000000]2008 US Director: Bernie Denk[/color][/size][/font][font=Times New Roman][size=4][color=#000000]Score: 6[/color][/size][/font][color=#000000][font=Times New Roman][size=4] It?s my opinion that the film makers missed an opportunity here. The TV series on the Science Fiction Channel always flirts with the sensors and with its sexual overtones always presents itself as the show that would be good adult level animated science fiction comedy if it weren?t for those pesky ?TV rules.? I was surprised, therefore, when I watched this direct to home movie release and found that when not constrained by basic cable rules, the result was the same as the TV show. Aside from unedited swear words, watching this movie was just like watching two episodes or so of the TV show strung together by a loose plot thread.[/size][/font][/color][color=#000000][font=Times New Roman][size=4] Aside from missing the opportunity to let the characters out to their full potential, the feature isn?t a total loss. The plot, thin and strung together, still delivered a nice spoof/homage of several genre classics. The animation, voice, and music work were all at about their normal levels for the TV show. That is to say, they aren?t bad, but they are nothing to get excited about either. Fans of the show will find it entertaining no doubt and SciFi Channel won?t have to edit it too much to play on TV so there?s a good chance you?ll be able to see this one for ?free? eventually. It was entertaining for one viewing, and got a few chuckles out of me.[/size][/font][/color][font=Times New Roman][size=4][color=#000000] [/color][/size][/font][font='Times New Roman'][size=4][color=#000000]Notes: HV-HL-BN Suggested Age: 13+[/color][/size][/font]

Annemarie M (ca) wrote: I loved this, but I thought it was a much older movie, made in the 80s maybe, as it's a bit predictable and naive. Still enjoyable though.

Millie L (jp) wrote: Blah! Not what I was expecting...

Claire T (jp) wrote: hated it, I thought it was crap, I expected better, will not watch it again, it starred Sam Rockwell, I didn't think it was a good movie and I don't want it on DVD, I hated it, I thought it was a crap movie

Christopher B (de) wrote: While not a horrible premise, this film fails on nearly every level. OK for a date night - especially if your date has never actually read any of Wells tales. Surprising that Meyer would soon direct the most beloved of Trek films, TWOK. Perhaps he merely had to get mediocrity out of his system with this one movie.

Enaid N (fr) wrote: WOW! A horror flick, that is actually good! This is now to be added to my favorites list.

Shawn W (us) wrote: By the book murder investigation by Virgil Tibbs. Decent whodunit but lacks the racial plot that made "In the Heat of the Night" so good. Some interesting parenting on display from days gone bye in this one - one scene where father and pre-teen son smoke cigars and fill the kid's room with second hand smoke and another where the defiant brat gets slapped three times in the face by Dad (kiddeserved it).

Brad S (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this classic Preston Sturges film and can see how the Coen brothers were influenced by him. Worth checking out for classic film fans!

Richard S (au) wrote: It's kind of like Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, but with dragons/

Gary M (ru) wrote: Maybe abit long but it was fairly good for a thriller.