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Crimson Tide

Crimson Tide
alaAverage 4

8 reviews

Nov, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of Crimson Tide. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Reviewers really like the energy efficiency. The image quality also gets good feedback, but the usability and durability get critical comments.

image quality, energy

durability, usability

On average, users rate this product 79/100.

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Consumer review by: Frank (

A conflict of Order interpretation !!!"


The plot is obvious. The transfer to Bluray is very good, but scenes vary at times in resolution.Audio is great. Worth the upgrade from normal DVD to this Format

Apr, 2012

Consumer review by: indian1969 (

Mutiny Under the Sea


What is more important, the ability to act or the ability to think before acting? Is knowledge more important than practical experience? Who is more superior, the man who has seen it done it ...

Gene Hackmann, Denzel Washington, Dramatic tension

Weak Climax

Apr, 2007

Consumer review by: runu_aimer (

Flow with the "TIDE" !!!


I had seen this movie quite a while ago but i hav never seen a better movie then "CRIMSON TIDE"

The excellant story line

None I suppose

Jul, 2006

Consumer review by: Mr_Gautam (



Hi Friends, This is a movie with two of the most respected actors in Hollywood. It is full of high octane performances by power house actors. The story is about a US nuclear submarine which has ...

Power-packed performances by Power-house performers, Dialogues

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: kirti.rath (

Split wide open under the sea


Ever wondered why the rigorous training that the soldiers are made to undergo before being commisioned ,stresses so much on what we know in civilian parlance as discipline and honour.It is because ...

The cast,of course

the repeated mutinies are a bit too much to digest