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Black Sea: Review

Forgive the pun, but there’s a lot going on beneath the surface in Black Sea, the latest submarine thriller from The Last King Of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald. 612 more words

Film Review: Black Sea (2014)

Director: Kevin Macdonald
Writer: Dennis Kelly
Stars:  Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn, Scoot McNairy

An excellent underwater adventure where men are put to the test for the ultimate prize. 838 more words

Black Sea (2014)

Film review of the action thriller Black Sea, starring Jude Law and Scoot McNairy.

Director: Kevin Macdonald. Film4/Cowboy Films/Etalon Film


Cast & credits

Producer: 741 more words


FashionSkribo apresenta… “Black Sea”

Hoje trago-vos mais uma sugestão cinematográfica. Espero que estejam a gostar das sugestões até agora. Estamos no último mês do ano, e apesar deste estar a acabar, o mesmo não posso dizer desta rubrica. 335 more words


Film Review: 'Black Sea'

For an adventure set on (or, more accurately, beneath) the high seas, there’s something peculiarly low-key about “Black Sea,” a modern-day pirate thriller — complete with buried treasure — in which maritime derring-do takes a backseat to subtler, neo-Cold War skulduggery. 846 more words


The Eagle

The son of a disgraced Roman legionnaire Marcus (Channing Tatum) is out to restore his family’s honor if not by finding the lost eagle, the symbol of the legion and thus a symbol of Rome itself, than at least proving his salt as a commander in his own right. 544 more words


Cinema Review - Black Sea

Robinson (Jude Law) is a submarine captain who has devoted his life to his job. When he is unceremoniously fired, he receives word that the location of a legendary Nazi submarine that was carrying several million dollars in gold when it sank, has been found. 547 more words