The Perfect Storm

The Perfect Storm
The Perfect Storm




124 minutes





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In this drama based on a true story, George Clooney stars as Billy Tyne, grizzly-bearded skipper of fishing boat the Andrea Gail. His crew have had a disappointing season and for their last outing Tyne's determined to bring back a better catch. They leave their usual waters for the remote Flemish Cap, a great fishing prospect, but have no idea what's in store when they decide to risk the brewing storm. Breathtaking special effects make this an epic tale of everyman heroics.

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This film has a couple uses of strong bad language.

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