PG-13 | | Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
A civilian diving team is enlisted to search for a lost nuclear submarine and face danger while encountering an alien aquatic species.
The pseudopod scene originally ended with a brief shot of Hippy (Todd Graff) coming out of the toilet, the irony being that the firmest believer in an extra-terrestrial presence was the only one not to witness the first encounter with one. However, the shot ... ...
USS Montana Captain:
Sixty knots? No way, Barnes. The Reds don't have anything that fast.
When they find the Montana, it looks like it's tilted (banked) to one side by about 50 degrees or so. A few shots later, it looks more like 70 or 80 degrees, and in the interior shots it looks more like 20 or 30 degrees.
There are no opening credits, save for the title, which emerges from darkness. The camera then follows down the "Y" of the title, and dissolves into the underwater blue of the ocean.
$9,319,797 (USA) (13 August 1989)
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