Overall Rank: 1928
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 77
Theatrical Release Date: 12/23/1954
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 12/15/2010
Genre: Adventure, Drama
MPAA Rating: G
Director: Richard Fleischer
Actors: Kirk Douglas, James Mason, Paul Lukas, Peter Lorre, Robert J. Wilke, Ted de Corsia
Plot: As ships begin to disappear at an alarming rate, a naturalist, along with his assistant and professional whaler are dispatched to find the cause and they discover not a creature but an advanced submarine. -- Chris Kavan
Quick Movie Reviews
Snoogans - wrote on 12/02/2011
Kirk Douglas fighting a giant squid is still fun to watch.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 06/24/2010
The giant squid is the best part of this film and it freaked me out as a kid. I dig Kirk Douglas's firm portrayal of his character, as well.
Ichabod Crane - wrote on 12/03/2008
A fun adventure film that hold far better than many films similar to it. This is because of clever uses of special effects and some great performance especially from James Mason as captain Nemo. It is fun just to watch the adventure unfold.
Full Movie Reviews
bamoviegirl - wrote on 08/29/2013
a clean Disney movie. What I mean is that there is no bad language or words in the movie. Great movie, and actors. Walt Disney did the best job, between animated and live action. I love this movie I used to watch it when I was a litle girl and I used to get scared of the giant squid scene close to the end of the movie. I still get scared. I love the song a whale of a tale. James Mason does a great job as Captain Nemo, and Kirk Douglas does an great, and excellent job as Ned Land the harpooner. If you never or haven't seen 20,000 Leagues under the sea. Then I recommend you watch it. Yes it's an old Disney movie, but worth watching. It's got some funny scenes, action and some other stuff. Richard Fleicher did a great job directing it. It's also amazing and it always shows me something new …
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