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Robert Shaw, Jacqueline Bisset, Nick Nolte. While diving, two lovers on a Caribbean vacation discover a sunken wreck filled with treasure. 1977/color/127 min/R/widescreen.
An obvious attempt to cash in on the success of Jaws, this 1977 thriller was also based on a bestseller by Peter Benchley, and it features a memorable performance by Robert Shaw (the doomed shark hunter in Jaws) in one of the last roles of his career. Looking very tanned and healthy, Nick Nolte and Jacqueline Bisset play a young couple enjoying a tropical vacation who discover a glass ampoule while scuba diving off the coast of Bermuda. It takes a seasoned treasure hunter (Shaw) to identify the ampoule as part of a valuable shipment of World War II morphine lost at sea, coincidentally, atop the even greater treasure of a sunken Spanish galleon. Thus begins a race for drugs and treasure pitting Nolte, Bisset, and Shaw against a ruthless drug lord (Louis Gossett Jr.) who'll do anything--even resort to Haitian voodoo--to get what he wants. It's all rather contrived and exploitative (after all, the movie's best known for Bisset's wet T-shirt scuba-dive), but as escapist entertainment goes it's got some exciting highlights including a moray eel that attacks on cue and... well, uh, Jacqueline Bisset in a wet T-shirt. --Jeff Shannon
well made film about a couple on vacation who find both a potential Spanish treasure while diving and a large number of morphine vials from a ww2 ship that sank. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Morgan V. Madison
This is one of my all time favorites. Had it on VCR and could not watch it anymore. This is always good for an easy watch.Published 28 days ago by Mature Lady
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The early DVD release has both full-screen and scope widescreen versions. Later releases have only the full-screen version.
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