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Leviathan [DVD] [1989] [Region 2] Peter Weller, Richard Crenna, Amanda Pays, Daniel Stern, Ernie Hudson IMPORT

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  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0025TQP3A
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In the late 80's a trio of underwater sci fi films came along at roughly the same time,the one that grabbed all the attention was James Camerons The Abyss,leaving Deep Star Six and Leviathan to sink without a trace,a fate that Leviathan didnt really deserve.
Boasting a solid cast,Peter Weller and Richard Crenna among them,it tells the story of the crew of an under water mining base,who stumble across the wreck of a Russian ship named Leviathan.They soon discover that the ship had been deliberately sunk,and holds a dark and terrifying secret.
As you can see the story is very much of its era,is nothing new and,to be honest,is riddled with pot holes so big you could drive a bus through them.But dont let this put you off,because while its nothing new,it does what it does very well indeed.Its well acted,moves along at a consistant and brisk pace,and boasts some impressive sets and special effects,which still look good along side todays CGI wizardry.Yes there are a couple of scenes where you can see things being pulled along by a wire,but what the hell,it is now 21 years old,so you can forgive it such brief flaws.
Im not going to argue that its a better film than the Abyss,because its not,but its not a bad film either,and its one that I do have a soft spot for,and you may too if you check it out,which I hope you will do.Its about time that Leviathan was removed from the shadows,and was given a little of the attention and respect it missed out on when it was first released.
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