Submerged [DVD] [2005]

  • SKU: 7168619
  • Release Date: 05/31/2005
  • Rating: R
The Steven Seagal submarine actioner Submerged comes to DVD in a straightforward straight-to-DVD presentation from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. With an anamorphic 1.85:1 widescreen picture and 5.1 Dolby Digital sound, the movie has a vibrant look to it that benefits the various film stocks, while the sound is pumped out with explosive high-ends and balanced low-ends for the mostly hushed Seagal dialogue. Short on extras, the disc comes with a trailer gallery that highlights more of the action star's recent DVD films.
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Synopsis


Submerged
A skilled soldier of fortune discovers a force more dangerous than any he's encountered in this action thriller. Chris Cody (Steven Seagal) is a top-ranked mercenary who took part in an undercover operation to scuttle a major terrorist strike on U.S. soil. However, Cody had to break a number of laws in order to do the job, and he's residing in a military prison when he's given an offer by the United States government. Cody and his crew will have their sentenced commuted and receive 100,000 dollars each if they can capture a notorious terrorist who has kidnapped five American soldiers and bring them home. Cody agrees, but he soon learns that there's more to the five soldiers than he's been led to believe -- they're actually the products of a secret C.I.A. experiment in mind control, and have been programmed to become ruthless killing machines with the right commands. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew


  • Steven Seagal
    Steven Seagal
  • Nick Brimble
    Nick Brimble
  • Vinnie Jones
    Vinnie Jones



Overall customer rating

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Hilarious!

    Posted
    GameGuyJohn

    Like Out for a Kill, Submerged is more fun then a barrel of monkeys, simply because it is so incredibly bad. The story is so nonsensical, it may hurt your brain if you actually try to understand what is happening. This is filled with ridiculous stereotypes, terrible editing, really weird sound design (there are parts where some random guy, who sounds nothing like Seagal, is doing Seagal's voice), and as I mentioned, an insane story that truly makes no sense. It's like 3-4 different movies smashed together; like the crew said "All right, we watched some 90's action movies, found some scenes we liked. Lets poorly ape them, and then edit everything together and call it a day!" This disaster is, like Out for a Kill, genuinely entertaining. If you like to watch movie making abominations unfold, this is a gem. (Once again, the 5 stars is for entertainment value, on its own merits, the movie deserves like a -83)

    I would recommend this to a friend



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