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30,000 Leagues Under the Sea Reviews

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June 18, 2009
This film is unintentionally hilarious. The sets are made from broken microwaves, junkyard car parts, and milk crates - all made to look like a state of the art submarine. The CG scenes are awful and recycled. The acting is awful and so is the dialog. It's the kind of film you would watch with a friend and laugh at. You'll be wondering how a movie like this was made, but the experience should be enjoyable if you've got a sense of humor for that. I recommend this over Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (same people/scenes/sets).
November 6, 2015
my vote for the worst movie ever! It is so bad its funny and its not a comedy or .....is it.
June 19, 2014
Though it suffers from The Asylum's traditional production cramps and a vapor cast, 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea's script does feature multiple strengths, making this one of the most watchable Asylum movies, up there with Bermuda Tentacles and their interpretation of War of the Worlds. P.S. Noting Captain Nemo appears in both this movie and their adaptation of The Mysterious Island, as well as this movie sharing a character with Nazis at the Center of the Earth, have Asylum successfully connected all their movies based off of his work?
½ March 15, 2012
Hoped this B-movie would be as funny as the Asylum's "Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus" or "Megapiranha." I did not laugh once. What a disappointment.
March 11, 2012
It's very slow and boring, with a lot of terrible dialog and uninteresting characters. I'm not sure why The Asylum was interesting in making this, but they didn't do a good job.
February 17, 2012
I want see this 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea (2007) monie
½ August 24, 2011
Back in the days before The Asylum could do no wrong, "30,000" plays it far too safe until the hilarious last half hour but by that point it's far beyond salvageable, despite Sean Lawlor's best efforts at being overly-hammy.
½ May 5, 2010
The title sounded like Jules Verne's novel, but the movie portrayed Captain Nemo as a villain, whose ship gets destroyed! The stupid director finally says "adapted from Jules Verne's novel" and tries to justify the damage done!

A horrible movie!
October 31, 2008
Please, don't waste your time on this one. There is better acting in Porn movies. Nemo's accent is unidentifiable and irregular, imagine a Swedish pronunciation on some words, and southern US on others. The sound guy moonlights at Radio Shack, and the budget for the film was so small, they couldn't afford enough microphones to cover the actors. I find it insulting that they would take a classic by Jules Verne and mutilate it into this wretched film. By the way, I'm being kind in my review.
August 25, 2008
[color=#000000][font=Book Antiqua][size=3]This movie, based on the classic book 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne is about the insane Captain Nemo who wants his revenge on those in the world above the waves.
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[/color][color=#000000][font=Book Antiqua][size=3]Set in modern times, and with today's computerised movie making, coupled with a classic story-line, you'd think this would be a superb remake of the 1954 movie. It's not. The acting in this 2007 version of 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea is so wooden, and the storyline so soggy, the whole thing sank faster than the Titanic.
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[/color][size=3][font=Book Antiqua][color=#000000]My recommendation, avoid this terrible remake - save yourself the pain. If you want to watch a movie at least based on the original book 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and with a good storyline, go and rent the older version made in 1954 with Kirk Douglas ? it's far superior. [/color][/font][/size]
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½ September 13, 2007
3.5/10. The tagline reads "From Jules Verne's Classic Adventure". First of all, they added 10,000 fathoms to Jules Verne's classic story. (What nerve!). Secondly, this bears little resemblance to anything Verne wrote. Once I saw Lorenzo Lamas in the cast, I knew it was going to be a dud.
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