Deep Shock (2003)
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Awful, nearly to the point of hilarity. For 2003, the special effects are truly horrid. The eels look like 2-dimensional paper cut-outs, which is more than can be said of the characters.
Deep Shock tackles the hard pressing subject of the polar ice caps melting, causing less and less land to be around as each decade passes. The United Nations (presented in this film to look like a house of retards) has been researching this situation along with problems escalating around the polar ice caps involving a submarine and underwater nuclear station being attacked. A small crew is sent out to the nuclear station to see what happened, which is comprised of of bleeding heart lead girl, her ex-husband leading man (David Keith, the most recognizable face in this film, sadly), the token bad guy who goes out of his way of being narrow-minded and wanted to kill, blow up shit, and vote Republican, and two extra bodies to add to the body count. What happens is a full contact with massive, electrical eels that can communicate through the computers (whatever). There's a lot of bad acting and really bad special effects that truly ruin this film, but what really gets to me the most is the filmmakers decision to show that text you see to show where a scene is taking place at. Yeah, well when that happens just about every other minute and even goes as far as repeating (!!!) itself at times, well, that just pisses me off. Also, the cover is very misleading. Bad movie.
Ok so the cover had absolutely nothing to do with the movie...though, the plot was so strange I feel it deserves some mention. Also of mention...the terrible CGI effects of this movie. Truly terribad epicness.
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