Hackman's Ramsey is not a warmonger or a mad dog, but an officer soobsessed with following orders that even an incomplete one has a message, justfor him. En musique de fond, on a l'habitué des grosses productions, à savoir le Hans Zimmer qui ne fait pas dans la dentelle mais sait ici se révéler tantôt homérique tantôt assez discret et plus banal. During their initial days at sea tension between Ramsey and Hunter becomes apparent due to a clash of personalities: Hunter's more analytical, cautious approach, as opposed to Ramsey's more impulsive and intuitive approach. Review aggregator reports that 88% of 48 critics have given the film a positive review, with a rating average of 7. Bon travail Tony mais Gene remporte la palme! The conflict escalates into mutiny as Ramsey and Hunter fight for control of the Alabama's nuclear missiles. While it can be a pretty Crimson Tide is an entertaining action thriller featuring powerhouse performances from Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman. Le combat aux torpilles est du même tonneau avec des torpilles qui dansent la lambada pendant que les sous-marins font la danse du ventre.
Unofficially the tribunal chastises both men for failing to resolve the issues between them. One character holds a gun to the head of two different men during a standoff. The tension escalates as the sub's respected commander and his brilliant executive officer clash over the validity of their orders. When Ramsay insists that the Alabama must act aggressively, Hunter, fearing they will start rather than stop a disaster, leads a potential mutiny to stop him. He can do that only if hissecond-in-command agrees, and Hunter doesn't. The film deals with war and violence.
Asthe movie opens, the Alabama gets a new second in command: Lt. Not to mention the cop out ending. In an early interview with Ramsey, the old-timer strikes avaguely sinister note; Hackman is a master at seeming genial and friendly whilemasking deeper, darker thoughts. All the bells, whistles, red lighting, and operatic scores may be enough to keep most teens entertained, and some may delight in recognizing their favorite , James Gandolfini, as Lt. Those embarked included Hollywood Pictures President Ricardo Mestres, director , producers and , screenwriter , and writer Richard Henrick. After several tense minutes, communications are restored and they finally see the full message from the second transmission.
A second emergency message received during the battle is only partially recovered. Watching this movie, you'll soon see why it easily earns it's place in Springfield. A second emergency message received during the battle is only partially recovered. This film channels those anxieties into dramatic fare that's sure to be remembered even if the suspense is sometimes hard to sit through. Scott made a very strange transition midway through his career. The film was scored by , who won a for the main theme, which makes heavy use of synthesizers in place of traditional orchestral instruments. Construit comme un thriller à grands enjeux, ce huis-clos sous-marinier nucléaire sait distiller une tension et un rythme indéniablement efficaces, et ce du début à la fin.
He chooses as his new Lieutenant Commander Ron Hunter, who has an extensive education in military history and tactics, but no combat experience. Alarmed by the prospect of a rebel strike, the U. After the Cold War, a breakaway Russian republic with nuclear warheads becomes a possible worldwide threat. Its job, if it receives a verified command message, will be to fire itsnuclear missiles at the land-based targets in a preemptive strike. Thanks to Ramsey's personal recommendation, the tribunal agrees to grant Hunter command of his own sub while allowing Ramsey to save face via an early retirement. The entire time you can't escape the feeling that both Hackman and Washington are slightly embarrassed for taking part in this. Chicago Sun-Times May 12, 1995.
This is the worst kind of rah-rah jingoistic dreck, and an outrageously dumb premise to boot. People wanting an actual epilogue that puts things into context won't be getting one. When the film was released on two years later, however, the film was restored to the theatrical version. Well directed film Tony Scott, Crimson Tide has quite a few tense moments that really pack a thrilling and thoroughly edge of your seat moments. Hunter questions the decision, saying he would have attended to the fire first,before calling a drill.
Eventually Ramsey traps Hunter on the bridge, thus quelling all mutinous actions, but with the radio team reporting they are near success, the two men agree to a compromise; they will wait until the deadline for missile launch to see if the radio can be repaired. The assisted the team for production with the and one. That said, some of the supporting cast felt a little awkward and left a bit to be desired. Eventhe ending is intriguingly even-handed. Two leaders with different philosophies about battle and leadership wage war with each other in this tense military thriller.
Following the at-sea walk-through and missile launch demonstration, Florida returned to port to drop off the studio executives. Is the captain guiltyof a procedural violation, or is his second in command guilty of mutiny? And they are unlikely to relate to the bigger coming-of-age drama within the film -- that of diplomatic and quietly charismatic Hunter succeeding Ramsey's brute strength. When Hunter refuses to consent, Ramsey tries to relieve him of duty and replace him with a different officer. The Alabama has orders to fire, but as it is receiving a new incoming order the radio malfunctions. Tony Scott directs, and conjurs up a tight and well crafted on screen depiction of life on a submarine. Nowdeep silence reigns beneath the ocean. The musical score for Crimson Tide was composed by Hans Zimmer, and employs a blend of , and sounds.
HymanRickover, father of the nuclear submarine, and is now nearing the end of hisactive duty. It focuses on a clash of wills between the new of a U. When Ramsay insists that the Alabama must act aggressively, Hunter, fearing they will start rather than stop a disaster, leads a potential mutiny to stop him. And go along for the ride! The conflict escalates into mutiny as Ramsey and Hunter fight for control of the Alabama's nuclear missiles. Frank Ramsey Gene Hackman signs on a relatively green but highly recommended Lt. .
Bruckheimer has insisted that the movie was always about the Executive Officer leading a mutiny. Its story parallels a real incident during the , albeit aboard a Soviet rather than U. The images should not contain any sexually explicit content, race hatred material or other offensive symbols or images. It was released on physical formats on May 16, 1995 by. Watching this movie, you'll soon see why it easily earns it's place in Springfield.