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646f9e108c In 1943, the Navy submarine USS Lionfish was inexplicably shut down; its commander, Tony Sterling, gone without a trace. Seventy years later, Sterling's grandson, professor Peter Williams, is recruited by a top-secret government agency to investigate. Aboard the Lionfish, Peter and his team uncover clues to the sub's cryptic past-and are plunged into a terrifying supernatural journey that will take them across the dark abyss of time, with history hanging in the balance.
An investigation into a retired WWII sub plunges a research team into a supernatural journey across the dark abyss of time - with history hanging in the balance.
The acting and dialogue in this movie are quite startling, for even in these days of "Sharknado" it is rare to see such appallingly inept actors read such poor lines.
Wooden acting, clumsy timing and passionless delivery.
I was reminded of corporate team-building days where colleagues have to perform impromptu makeshift plays to increase fellow-feeling and bring out confidence. The actors just seem uncomfortable all the way through.
I managed 20 minutes before I fast forwarded. It was physically painful for me to watch , and I was squirming with embarrassment.
A truly dreadful movie that is not even funny enough to be entertaining in an ironic way.
Overall, while not a perfect submarine movie like I would consider The Hunt for Red October, I was impressed with the film. This isn't the type of movie that a group of drunk friends would be in the mood for or comprehend. So, it's kind of like The Bachelor. My wife gets The Bachelor, and mulls in it, but I don't. I found it