Terror and Excitement





I guess why the first flick is a good deal more moving to me is that I know that it’s based on a real near-disaster, and how much was riding on that 1960s technology. The second is more like a war movie where the good guys don’t get out in time. Being whacked by the enemy is an occupational hazard: being betrayed by your own equipment at crunch time is a lot more painful.

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