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Submitted by alycakes 870d ago | trailer

First Trailer and Poster for Submarine Thriller Phamtom Starring Ed Harris and David Duchovny

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The first trailer and poster for the period submarine thriller Phantom have been released online. The film stars Ed Harris as the captain of a Cold War Soviet submarine who, after being rushed into a classified mission, discovers that his submarine is being taken over by a rogue KGB group. David Duchovny plays the leader of the KGB group, and this trailer looks like it may just give away the entire plot of the film. We haven’t seen a good submarine thriller in quite a long time, so here’s hoping Phantom delivers. (Cinema, Phantom)

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OSIRUSSS  +   870d ago
Looks like Last Resort meets Hunt for Red October.
Lord_Sloth  +   870d ago
Looks pretty good. Always liked Ed Harris.
alycakes  +   870d ago
This does look good. Both actors are worth watching.

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