Ice Station Zebra Reviews
The cast is solid with Hudson leading the way and doing a good job in a dramatic role, Borgnine's accent seemed to go in and out.
There is always a problem with submarine sabotage just in the logistics of it and sorry when the sub is that deep and that close to the arctic the water temp would of caused hypothermia making this scene unrealistic.
Granted this is the late 60's but some of the special effects seemed odd, especially anything to do with ice.
Still the story and for the most part the acting keep this at a steady stream of suspense to make it watchable.
Nevertheless the film does have one legitimately great bit: the sequence in which the sub begins to take on water from sabotage, and its immediate aftermath is fantastic, taut and everything the rest of the movie should be.