(2000) Reviewed by Andy Bowers
Rating: 9.5 Beans
he only thing "Deep" in this futuristic disaster flick is just how far down Craig Sheffer (River Runs Through It) has fallen and now finds himself like "Baby Jessica" -stuck in a direct to video well (the problem is - nobody cares).
Wandering aimlessly through this sci-fi clunker he's all but disappeared from the fickle Hollywood radar of publicist awareness.
After warning an evil corporation (are there really any other kind?) that their deep drilling project may cause a chain reaction of epic proportions (no, not a sequel to MonkeyBone) he gets promptly humored and ignored. Craig takes the law into his own hands like any nerdy scientist would do (with brains and beakers - not brawn and balls).
Think of me often as I had to watch this pile of garbage, saving you the trouble, anguish and pain of parting with five dollars and a wasted evening (you can do that with two bags of Pork Rinds and any tele-pic starring Growing Pain's Candence Cameron).
The cover may look sweet, but that's where the entire budget went.