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

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  • Actors: Barry Bostwick, Renee O'Connor, Adam Grimes, Michael Teh
  • Directors: Trey Stokes
  • Writers: Paul Bales
  • Producers: David Michael Latt, David Rimawi, Paul Bales
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: The Asylum
  • DVD Release Date: April 26, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003ZM81AQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,873 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Horrible acting with "B" movie special effects.
referee
When we next see the whale, it is leaping from a cliff overhead to attack another band of soldiers before scurrying back into the sea.
The JuRK
I really wanted to like it because it tries hard to be a decent monster movie.
JohnGaunt

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The JuRK on February 11, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm assuming they shot the script they had. If that's the case, then the script is a perversion to behold, so wrong on so many different levels. It's literally as if a 7-year-old heard about a classic book called MOBY DICK and was asked to tell his version of it.

I didn't think that special effects would one day be worse than the Godzilla & Friends from the Japan I grew up on. But CGI is proving to be worse than a man in a rubber suit destroyed a Lego town as firecrackers go off.

There are scenes in 2010: MOBY DICK that make GODZILLA look like JURASSIC PARK. And action so bad that it's nearly great in being so bad: the great white whale at one point chases soldiers up onto a beach. When we next see the whale, it is leaping from a cliff overhead to attack another band of soldiers before scurrying back into the sea.

This is a script that twists into impossible contortions to have a scarred Naval submarine commander quote Captain Ahab from Melville's original novel.

Scenes are lifted from many other movies, so are stock characters. Things happen because...well...this is how things happen in movies. For example, two torpedoes plow toward an island. Not a little island. A big island with trees and cliffs and stuff. The lead actress, a spunky scientist, is not about to go down without trying to escape and runs across the island. Torpedoes hit. Apocalyptic fireball engulfs the entire island. Next shot, the island is GONE. Not one pebble breaking the surface, and the ocean is surprisingly calm. Girls breaks surface. Unharmed. THAT's what I mean: things happen, movie things, and reality is insulted.

So this is definitely something for "So Bad, It's Good." Enjoy. In horror.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Derek Jensen on December 6, 2010
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The Asylum puts out a lot of dreck, and this is no exception. But this time, there is some real movie-making afoot, with terrific scenery chomping from Bostwick and generally good sets, directing, and effects. The whale looks nothing like a real whale, which is sort of half-heartedly addressed, and there's not really much for Renee O'Connor to do. The movie is not so much ridiculous fun as Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, and kind of falls apart toward the end, but it is still ridiculous fun. I mean, come on, a whale takes out a helicopter!
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19 of 25 people found the following review helpful By guestar57 on November 18, 2010
Format: DVD
Starring : Barry Bostwick and Renee O'Connor.
OK,This movie is really good & satisfying to the genre.
Renee O'Connor is the only female in cast and what other film would have an establishing shot of a scientist character in a bikini top ?
Barry Bostwick as Sub Commander AHAB gets dialogue like he is breathing the words of the novel:
Scientist:
" You would attack an animal ?"
Ahab: " Madam,I'd strike the Sun,If it insulted me !"
" Moby Dick will feel the sting of our hate !"
" May GOD hunt us all,If we dont hunt Moby Dick !"
"It (MD) took my leg,I dont intend to give it my ass !"
...And the finale of quotable quotes:
Scientist: " Why would a whale act like this ? "
Ahab: " Why do babies die in their sleep ?"
Come,On ASYLUM skeptics,Those words rock your ears and beg for Bumper Sticker Stardom.
This Trey Stokes directed opus lifts the bar of all those Mega-ish monster flicks and says (Raspberry noise) .
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on March 12, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie was very weak. However, I'm not the type of person who enjoys movies about animals, mutated or otherwise, gone wrong. If you are one of those people, my review won't help you much. If you're like me, and kinda on the fence, I encourage you to pass on this one. It was just awful in every category. The acting was pathetic; a string of never before seens, and never will you see again types. Dialogue was absurd. The whale was terrible; my 8 month old daughter could do better with a weekend training on my mac and its software. Avoid
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on November 14, 2011
Format: DVD
Well, I think the film's impossible title says it all. "2010: Moby Dick" is a modernized version of a Herman Melville classic produced by The Asylum, an American film company and distributor that has made such films as "Snakes on the Train" "Transmorphers" and "Paranormal Entity." The direct-to-DVD production follows the story of Ahab, who was severely injured while on board the USS Acushnet back in 1969. And the submarine was attacked by a white whale called Moby Dick.

Cue to the present day. A marine biologist Dr. Michelle Herman (Renée O'Connor) and her assistant Pip (Derrick Scott) reluctantly join the Pequod, a US submarine under the command of vengeful Captain Ahab (Barry Bostwick). He and the submarine crew are after the mysterious whale Moby Dick that has attacked several ships and an offshore rig.

Nobody takes the film seriously. Nobody should. The film was made for fun, and surprisingly I was not bored partly because of some moments of unintentional laughter. The low-budget film is no great action, but its cheesy special effects of the enormous creature moving in the most incredible way, like leaping high into the air, is something any B-film fans should not miss.

The film is largely disappointing (with some major corner-cutting as some of the action sequences are just "told" instead of "shown"), but not without some fun.
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