Black Sea

2014 | 115 minutes | Rated R

When they work, submarine movies have a lot going for them: There's inherent drama in a bunch of shouty men stuck in a small metal tube surrounded by an environment that's actively trying to kill them. It's the perfect hotbox for conflicts of loyalty to play out, with no space for easy outs or smoke breaks. When submarine movies don't work, you're still stuck in a small metal tube with a bunch of shouty men for two hours, but you don't get any of that other stuff. Black Sea has the look and feel of a great submarine movie, but a bathtub fart of a script.

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Film Credits
Director
Kevin Macdonald
Cast
Jude Law, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, David Threlfall, Konstantin Khabenskiy, Michael Smiley, Jodie Whittaker, Sergey Puskepalis, Grigoriy Dobrygin, Sergey Veksler, Sergey Kolesnikov, Bobby Schofield, Tobias Menzies, Karl Davies