While covering a test of guided torpedoes, two reporters believe they saw what appeared to be a strange-looking swimming creature. They investigate the matter further and discover that ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Terror Beneath the Sea
While covering a test of guided torpedoes, two reporters believe they saw what appeared to be a strange-looking swimming creature. They investigate the matter further and discover that ...
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Brian C (it) wrote: Everything I've watched with "Percy Jackson" was pure shit made for immature children.
Mark B (fr) wrote: Slow moving and heavy on (excellent) dialogue, this indie movie is intense.
Andrew M (au) wrote: Elf is an all time Christmas classic. You can't have Christmas without watching this movie. Will Ferrell does a great job on playing Buddy the Elf. The movie is hilarious and the plot is hilarious. I would very much suggest this movie.
RJohn X (ca) wrote: I have to say that I am not a fan of the movies where the spunky humans take on Godzilla with any success. Sure they do not win this fight BUT the fact that they severely wound Godzilla is disturbing to me. Plus the idea that the 1950s Godzilla is a skeleton that must be kept in water is a strange one. All the technology in this flick is a bit silly, actually, now that I think about it. DNA Computing? Laser canons? The Absolute Zero weapon that if this was written by Kurt Vonnegut would have had a Cat's Cradle ending there in the ocean. Still there are some good fight scenes. Especially, I love the ball of fire breath that rolls up before the WHOOOOSH. Great touch of the newer films. The human story is kinda hilarious at points, mainly the little girl talking to the plant and the way Takuma tries to pick up Shaku with the story of how his wife died is particularly incoherent. Not the best place to start or end up in the overall cannon.
Alex K (au) wrote: Not as good as the first but still it is a really good film and funny as hell.
Randy W (nl) wrote: Didnt understand the climax part, otherwise the first movie that started andy and sammi dominance of romantic comdies on the big screen
TTT C (au) wrote: (***): Thumbs Up Small thumbs up. This film worked for me up until the end, where I felt that it just fell apart. Still, it has some good moments and a story that kept me going.
Kenneth C (it) wrote: A daring and hilarious film by Mel Brooks that plays with silent slapstick in his own inimitable way.
Brad W (ag) wrote: These beach movies cracked me up as a kid. There was so much going on in them. They were like the predecessors to the Zucker Bros. comedies. Throw enough stuff at the audience and somthing's bound to stick. Apparently, I wasn't the only one infatuated with these. During high school we actually flew Eric Von Zipper (Harvey Lembeck) in because there was a mini revival going on. (Also because it was chessy G-rated stuff and HS had to fight the influx of 70s drugs and sex.)
Timothy A (jp) wrote: A mix between thriller and chamber piece that would have been impossible to produce any time after 1980 - Stanley and Attenborough are two masters at the top of their game, and they don't let you forget it once.
Taio G (ru) wrote: A tad messy, although unfairly hated.