The seemingly tranquil waterways of Venice are terrorized by the perfect killing machine. In search of his father who has mysteriously disappeared diving in the city, David stumbles across the cryptic trail leading to the long-lost fortune of the Medici. As the unwitting pawn in a Mafia plot to recover the treasure, David's girlfriend is kidnapped at gunpoint, plunging him into a desperate race against time. If he has any hope of saving her he must enter the deadly waters. Can David out-gun the Mafia assassins and survive the voracious sharks laying in wait beneath the surface, or will he succumb to the same fate as his father?
Writer:Danny Lerner (story), Les Weldon (story), Les Weldon
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Jonathan K (fr) wrote: Ok for what it is. Fun for kids.
Tim C (gb) wrote: Better Than World War Z
Xavier d (kr) wrote: Lang geleden dak nog zo gelachen heb
AnChi C (ru) wrote: I can't feel any touched by this movie...
Rhiannon B (nl) wrote: Hilarious movie!! Lots of good actors in this film, at first seeing the cover wasnt enough for me to watch.. but after i read the back.. i just had to... and im glad i did.. very entertaining. i like when the two fight over the radio station lol!
alex w (br) wrote: o man this mvoes looks awsome!!!
Javier F (fr) wrote: Quiz sea tan oscura hasta tal punto de ser inapropiada para los nios, pero consigue mantener la potencia, el entretenimiento y (parcialmente) la profundidad de su antecesora.
Stevie M (au) wrote: Rush Hour puts two polar opposites in the leads and watching them bicker is priceless. Funny and then some.
Lenny R (it) wrote: Low budget, uninspired direction, terrible (even when new) VR cyberspace effects and a typically bleh performance from Keanu, but the Gibson DNA shines through, and many of the supporting players are great, particularly Dina Meyer (as definitely NOT Molly Millions), Henry Rollins, and a top-of-his-game Dolph Lundgren. A guilty pleasure.
Adam L (jp) wrote: Peter O'Toole's finest performance.
Rob S (jp) wrote: Cute, funny, but a little long in the tooth.
Grant H (au) wrote: Pretty good movie. The story is a bit formulaic, but it's still pretty funny, has some great acting in and fight sequences, as well as some good performances, especially Norris and Farina.
Larry Y (us) wrote: A classic that's sadly even more relevant today.
Kandis A (gb) wrote: One of my favorite movies! Such an amazing plot and cast!
Ryan S (ag) wrote: Some of the shorts are certainly better than others, but it's still a significant movie for it's stunning animation
James H (fr) wrote: 80/100. One of the best of all the Tarzan films, and the second one with Johnny Weissmuller. Great pace, always of interest, good performances and the controversial nude swimming scene. Great film making.Good cinematography and an excellent pace. The fine quality of the production is one of the reasons the series was so successful.
Stuart K (ru) wrote: Based upon the video game series by John Carmack, Tom Hall and John Romero and published by id Software. This action-sci-fi film directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak. (Romeo Must Die (2000), Exit Wounds (2001) and Cradle 2 the Grave (2003)) feels derivative and like a carbon copy of the Resident Evil films that were being made at the time. Plus, it falls into all the pitfalls of video game to screen adaptations, something always gets lost in translation when video games are made into films. Set on Mars in the year 2046, an unseen monster has attacked the Olduvai Research Facility. Back on Earth, a team of Marines, led by John "Reaper" Grimm (Karl Urban), are sent to Mars by Sergeant Asher Mahonin (The Rock), although Mahonin doesn't want Grimm to go as his sister Dr. Samantha Grimm (Rosamund Pike) is on the facility on Mars. They travel by teleporter, They learn from Samantha that the monster left behind remains known as Imps, which have superhuman abilities. However, they discover one of the infected victims, who is named as Hell Knight (Brian Steele), is using his powers to get to the teleportation device to get to Earth, and he has to be stopped at all costs. But Hell Knight is able to get to Earth, so Grimm and his team have their work cut out to stop it. This could have been a good bit of sci-fi cheese, but it's far too straight faced, and the CGI is more than a little dodgy, there's too many CGI flames when real ones would have worked too. This is another black mark against video game films, and trying to give them plots for a film doesn't seem to work at all. Maybe they are a medium that's unfilmable.