Blue Submarine No. 6 - Minasoko-Ocean Vol. 4 2000 Horror Movie Review
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The poles are shifting and most of the Earth’s land is now underwater! The scientist Zorn[**] has seemingly turned his back on humanity, creating a race of beast people to challenge the humans for global supremacy. Mankind’s last hope is the Blue Fleet and its state-of-the-art flagship, the Blue Submarine No. 6. With the final battle at hand, Hayami and kKino must confront Zorn[**] and stop his plans for destruction. But who is the real enemy - Zorn[**] and his undersea army, or humanity itself? The climatic end to one of the biggest anime releases of the year!
About Blue Submarine No. 6 - Minasoko-Ocean (Vol. 4) (2000)
Blue Submarine No. 6 - Minasoko-Ocean Vol. 4
Hozumi Gôda, Kazuya Nakai, Rhonda Bellamy, Takeshi Wakamatsu, Tamara Burnham Mercer,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
50 minutesDirector: Mahiro Maeda,
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