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Leviathan, a sci-fi thriller directed by George Pan Cosmatos, is the story of a group of scientists who discover a sunken Russian submarine which contains a monster that is the product of a genetic experiment. This film, a hybrid of both The Abyss and Alien, has a decent cast, including Peter Weller as Beck, the lead oceanographer. Working with a good budget, action director Cosmatos, should have been able to put together better action sequences and a more frightening monster, but he gives this
Mar 17, 1989 Wide
Aug 14, 2001
MGM Home Entertainment
Doc. Glen Thompson
Elizabeth 'Willie' W...
Buzz 'Sixpack' Parri...
Tony 'DeJesus' Roder...
G. P. Cobb
Russian Ship Captain
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The latter half of the film is one long feeding frenzy, guided by a familiar horror-film principle: survival of the best-looking.
Leviathan is intermittently interesting, but it's a bad sign that the movie starts losing its punch when the monster shows up.
It's almost impossible to discuss Leviathan without making a reference (or three) to James Cameron's far, far superior Aliens...
Big, dumb monster movie.
A "just say no" (or "nyet") PSA disguised as a thriller.
Forgettable and predictable, but with a good cast and some fun special effects.
Dismal knock-off of THE ABYSS, but better than DEEP STAR SIX.
Okay effects, good performances, and just a little more than the FDA- recommended daily minimum allowance of mindless entertainment and chills.
Cheesy underwater monster movie that, for some reason, I have a perverse enjoyment of.
There are some interesting psychological overtones here that have to do with genetic research, but they are never explored.
Audience Reviews for Leviathan
- Elizabeth 'Willie' Williams: Oh by the way, how did you know they'd get into the Vodka?
- Steven Beck: Hell it's what I would've done. [smiles]
- Elizabeth 'Willie' Williams: [laughs] You know maybe you're more one of us than you think. [smiles and jogs off]
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