Octopus (2000)

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During the Cuban Missle Crisis, a Russian sub is sunk while en route to Havana. As the sub goes down, the hold is breached and barrels full of some mysterious substance tumble out. Years ... See full summary »


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24 June 2009 | atinder
3
| Bad movie but I liked the ending!
I guest most of you have never heard of this and keep it that way (lol). This has to be one of the most silly movies I have seen.

The Plot of the movie During the Cuban Missle Crisis, a Russian sub is sunk while en route to Havana. As the sub goes down, the hold is breached and barrels full of some mysterious substance tumble out. Years later, an American nuclear submarine is transporting a captured terrorist to the States. The terrorist's henchmen, however, are planning to hijack the sub and rescue their leader. Meanwhile, a large, unidentified creature is approaching the sub at high speed.

The whole movie is about unknown creature, I Wonder what that could be?Well the TITLE is a big give away,! and the worst of all beside the horrible acting is and we Only see Ginat Octopous once near the end, who ends up killing the terrorist the only part I really liked

if you are thinking seeing this movie just fast forward to the best part of movie that is the last 10-15 minutes of movie.

3/10 just for ending

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Release Date:

11 June 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA, Bulgaria

Filming Locations

Sofia, Bulgaria

Box Office

Budget:

$5,000,000 (estimated)

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