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  1. Aug 07, 2019 · The climax of this film, of course, is the celebrated giant squid scene. Even after fifty years, the best computer animation cannot compare to the lifelike animatronics of this creature. The...

  2. For the climax of the movie, two major events are combined into one scene. In my opinion, they should have remained separate events, as in the book. And finally: the acting. Excepting Michael Caine, pretty terrible. 2 people found this helpful Helpful Report abuse John B. Modified story, but still good Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2017

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  3. The year is 1886 and New England's fishing harbor is the scene for a "creature of unknown origin" destroying all ships at sea. It is the job of a curious marine expert, Professor Pierre Aronnax (Patrick Dempsey from the hit TV show "Grey's Anatomy") and the iron-willed sailor, Ned Land (Bryan Brown) to learn the truth of the "monster" roaming the depths of the ocean.

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  6. › tag › walt-disneyWalt Disney | Jon Ellison

    May 31, 2015 · 1. 20000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) And we have ignition! Some of you readers may not have expected a film-adaptation of a classic Jules Verne novel to hit number one. 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea is a neat, pleasant experience for all ages to enjoy a viewing of.

  7. The movie’s climax is a $20,000 per player team match (an amount that, eventually, swells to $80,000) pitting Ty and Al against the Judge and Dr. Beeper. Like the finales of so many slapstick comedies, it was mainly an excuse to tie up all the various loose ends and allow the good guys to triumph over the bad guys.