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2103: The Deadly Wake (1997)

Cast: Malcolm McDowell, Malcolm McDowell, Michael Paré, more...
Director: Philip Jackson, Philip Jackson, Philip Jackson
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Studio: York Home Video
Genre: Science Fiction , Disaster Action, Post-Apocalypse
Running Time: 100 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: Spanish
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This title is currently out of print.

Synopsis
In the distant future, after the Texas Confederacy has gone to war and wiped out Syria with a deadly virus because of oil prices, disgraced Captain Sean Murdoch (Malcolm McDowell) is recruited to take command of a hulking ship headed for a port in Nigeria. The ship is operated by means of forced labor from slave prisoners, and its mysterious cargo happens to be containers of the deadly virus used in the war. The ruthless Proxate Corporation, represented on the ship by icy businessman Tarkis (Michael Pare), wants the ship sunk despite the idea that the cargo would contaminate all the water on the planet. Capt. Murdoch finds an opportunity to redeem himself in saving the ship and its crew of violent convicts, but the wily cyborg (Daniela Nolano) sent to sabotage the ship has abilities that may prove to be too much for Murdoch and his crew to combat. ~ Buzz McClain, All Movie Guide

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A deadly movie... by Emomovieluver February 21, 2003 - 1:43 PM PST
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4 out of 5 members found this review helpful
"Deadly Wake" is evidence genre friendly actors McDowell and Pare careers are in the toilet as they sunk to appearing in drugery like this. Though the two are the only good thing about this movie, even their charismatic presence can't save this film from boring and confusing any and all viewers. The movie mixes way too many diseparate elements (sci fi martial arts action, prison ship and mystical super fantasy) into it's corporate corruption political sentiments. Bottom line: not worth the time and I only rented it because all my first choises weren't available.




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