2010: Moby Dick (2010) - Action, Adventure, Thriller

Hohum Score

90

Hohummer

A modern adaptation of the classic novel of the captain of a high tech submarine and his obsessive quest to destroy the enormousprehistoric whale that maimed him.

IMDB: 2.4
Director: Trey Stokes
Stars: Barry Bostwick, Renée O'Connor
Length: 87 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 14 out of 74 found boring (18.91%)

One-line Reviews (35)

Thrilling monster scenes, bad plotline.

This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

Well worth watching, like so many other Asylum movies.

Curse you, insomnia!

Not to Terrible, rather Enjoyable.

A very dull 'monstermovie' that has nothing positive about it.

I think the actors probably looked at this movie afterwards in its entirety and walked out before it ended.

This is one of the worst movies I've seen in 2010.

Still, as bad as that is, I find the film compelling, maybe that's because I have such a craving for a stupid horror film.

It is a complete waste of the time and materials used to make it, and it isn't worth the materials needed to store it.

I might even watch it again on a dull evening.

But here in Moby Dick, it's one with a lot of yawning and this can't be happening.

Don't waste your money or time watching this, I'd rather go down to the lake and feed the ducks!!

"2010: Moby Dick" is as entertaining a bad movie as bad movies get.

Way too much cliché e.

Instead of the intelligent, complex and thoughtful prose of the book, it is cheesy, contrived and forced, in short the complete opposite of what it should have been.

There is a lot to be desired as far as realism in this story, but for one shining moment, I was on the edge of my seat.

Hilarious and entertaining.

Waste of time and money .

it is truly the worst movie i have ever seen.

This movie didn't really succeed at that, but it did have some very entertaining moments.

enjoyed it.

And, finally, in case there is any confusion on the part of the reader -- I really, really didn't like it and don't recommend anyone waste time or money on it.

It's precisely this outrageous scale and the novelty of seeing the impossible that makes these films so entertaining and thrilling.

"It's a truly awe inspiring moment that will ring in my ears for perhaps an eternity.

avoid it if you are wanting a REAL movie, but a good time waster if you are stoned or really really bored.

(4) The actor playing Ahab is enjoyable, treading a fine line between Gregory Peck and Commandant Lassard in his portrayal of the submarine captain.

By the end of the movie, when the audience ought to be sitting on the edge of their seats, gripped by the explosive action as they approach the big finale, they're instead completely detached from the on-screen action, the sloppiness of the film having worn away any suspension of disbelief they had.

Being a modern-day adaptation allows for some more fun in some key areas, as there's some really entertaining and exciting underwater chases involving submarines, torpedos, traps, and such, which is something that's a lot of fun and really amps the film up considerably.

Even if you are bored.

This is THE worst movie ever filmed.

Probably the worst movie I've ever seen.

There was no story line, mostly it's just goes from one cut to another without linking any of the previous cut.

All together, id' say Moby Dick is entertaining, good and worth a rental.

For many years I believed "Megaforce" was THE absolute worst movie I have ever seen ...