Octopus

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Released 2000

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Director:
John Eyres
Released:
2000
Rating:
PG-13
Octopus blends two genres, spy thrillers and monster movies, into a B-movie packed with action, suspense, and a giant octopus. The movie opens with a flashback to the Cuban Missile Crisis. An American submarine intercepts a Russian vessel en route to Havana. The Russian sub fails to yield and is consequently sunk, delivering a payload of barrels filled with a mysterious substance to the ocean floor. 38 years later, CIA operative Roy Turner (Jay Harrington) apprehends Casper (Ravil Issyanov), a terrorist who was responsible for an attack on the US embassy in Bulgaria. The powers that be decide it will be safest if Roy transports his prisoner back to US soil via submarine. The terrorists, not about to let their number one man get away, hijack a cruise ship to shadow the submarine. As the vessels converge in the Bermuda Triangle, the terror from the deep that hatched 38 years ago is indiscriminately unleashed on the good and the bad. Terrorists, tentacles, and torpedoes abound in this campy romp from director John Eyres.moreless
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    Action & Adventure

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    Thrillers, Military & War, Creatures