U-571 (2000)

Sinking the Destroyer

The sub surfaces and gets fired on by the Destroyer. Rabbit (Will Estes) struggles underwater to reach the valve to fire the torpedo.

Directed by Jonathan Mostow.

Released in 2000 by Universal.

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  • character-type: Military Officer
  • action: Blast
  • action: Repair
  • action: Prepare
  • action: Explode
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  • action: Battle
  • action: Attack
  • action: Grunt
  • editors-choice: Explosions!
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  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Action & Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Spy Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Military Action & Adventure
  • mood: Suspenseful
  • prop: Binoculars
  • prop: Walkie Talkie
  • prop: Ship
  • prop: Submarine
  • prop: Missile
  • prop: Goggles
  • setting: Ship
  • setting: Ocean
  • theme: Duty
  • theme: Heroism
  • theme: Violence
  • theme: Leadership
  • theme: Fear
  • theme: Determination
  • theme: Teamwork
  • theme: Conflict
  • theme: War
  • actor: Dave Power
  • actor: Terrence 'T.C.' Carson
  • actor: Matthew McConaughey
  • actor: Jack Noseworthy
  • actor: Jake Weber
  • actor: Will Estes
  • actor: Harvey Keitel
  • actor: Tom Guiry
  • director: Jonathan Mostow
  • producer: Hal Lieberman
  • producer: Lucio Trentini
  • producer: Martha De Laurentiis
  • producer: Dino De Laurentiis
  • cinematographer: Oliver Wood
  • composer: Richard Marvin
  • editor: Wayne Wahrman
  • costume-designer: April Ferry
  • production-designer: Götz Weidner
  • production-designer: William Ladd Skinner
  • role-name: Steward Eddie Carson
  • role-name: CPO Henry Klough
  • role-name: Lt. Hirsch, USNR
  • role-name: Seaman Ronald 'Rabbit' Parker, Torpedoman
  • role-name: Seaman Charles 'Tank' Clemens, Machinist Mate
  • role-name: Seaman Bill Wentz, Radioman
  • role-name: Seaman Ted 'Trigger' Fitzgerald, Radioman
  • role-name: Lt. Andrew Tyler, Executive Officer
  • screenwriter: Sam Montgomery
  • screenwriter: David Ayer
  • screenwriter: Jonathan Mostow
  • year: 2000
  • studio: Universal