Beneath Loch Ness
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The Explorer Channel has funded a study of Loch Ness but the scientist in charge disappears during an earthquake. A new scientist is brought in to finish the story.
The scientist is portrayed both as an incompetent figurehead as well as a knowledgeable researcher.
The assistant bounces back and forth from complaining about the scientist's boorishness and being even more boorish.
The local constable claims that anyone who has seen the monster is a total nut job (even after he has a monster in custody).
In the end we wonder if they will run the story or not, and we really don't care.
There are plenty of nagging details such as just how many hours can the diving gear be operated, sudden changes in day/night, and places where it seems someone edited out some critical scenes.
The underlying concept is one that could have made a great film (I can't tell you without spoiling it) but the odd acting, lousy script, characters with no substance or history, and some very outdated CGI (looks like early computer game graphics) all combine to into one big dud.
If you want a better film about Loch Ness, check out the Ted Danson version (Loch Ness).
Unbelievably bad in almost every way. Will go down as the first horror film in which the monster was overheard saying, "Who do I have to have sex with to get off this picture?"
Was it a mistake to pay attention? I've been waiting for years for a good Loch Ness movie. I'm still waiting.
Watch this if you are a film student, and wants to know what NOT to do when directing; otherwise, leave this Loch Ness monster alone, way, way beneath the sea--because that's where it belongs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice twist on the whole Nessie saga. It's a B so don't expect a lot and you won't be disappointed. We were surprised that the acting was actually good. Read morePublished on November 21, 2013 by L. Nelson
This isn't a new film but still a good one for Loch Ness fans. This creature isn't cute or lovable. Sorry, Mr. Danson. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Wytch13
Please just take the time to read this.
I love crappy movies. I really do. Bad graphics don't bother me. Hell, I'll give Bruce Campbell a good rating for his bad movies. Read more
Though this is not an A LIST movie, it was great to show my kids who have a curiousity for story tales.Published on January 4, 2013 by Helen Williams
I have always been intrigued with the notion of the Loch Ness Monster, not to say that I believe in it; however, fictional and real analysis have always fascinated me. Read morePublished on December 24, 2012 by María Camp
THE MOVIE WAS INTERESTING TO WATCH. HAS SOME SCARY PARTS. IN SOME PARTS IT WILL KEEP YOU GUESSING. NOT TO BAD OF A MOVIE. ENJOYPublished on December 19, 2012 by putder53
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