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as Ensign Douglas O'Dell
as Lt. Brice
as Claire Paige
as Lt. Coors
as Weird Wally
as Captain Winters
as Navy Lookout
as Sonar No. 1
as Air Manifold
as Mess Steward
as Bow Planesman
as Sonar No. 2
as Stern Planesman
as British Captain
as Navy Pilot
Critic Reviews for Below
The film has enough spooky momentum and good actors to keep it going.
Twohy's overwrought, comic-book theatrics work against him, as does the hokey script.
Audience Reviews for Below
Twohy does a great job (mainly in the first hour) to slowly build an absorbing mystery in this claustrophobic mix of horror and war movie (like Das Boot meets The Shining), even if later on it is weakened by stupid plot holes and a silly attempt to sound profound in the end.
Good mixture of horror and war. Spooky goings on aboard a submarine during WWII, which is being stalked by a German destroyer as well as whatever is on board with them.
"Six hundred feet beneath the surface terror runs deep" In the dark silence of the sea during World War II, the submarine U.S.S. Tiger Shark prowls on what should be a routine rescue mission. But for the shell-shocked crew, trapped together in the sub's narrow corridors and constricted spaces, this is about to become a journey into the sensory delusions, mental deceptions and runaway fear that lurk just below the surface of the ocean and deep inside the human psyche.
|Lt. Brice:||Try not to fraternize with the men. They can be a little... strange.|
|Claire Page:||Strange, as in superstitious?|
|Lt. Brice:||As in "strange."|
|Lt. Brice:||As in 'strange.'|
|Hoag:||Three redcoats... and guess what? One of 'ems a bleeder!|
|Lt. Brice:||Now I realize why he didn't kill me too. He didn't have to.|
|Lt. Brice:||Mister Loomis, where's our crew?|