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This brings back painful memories as Ben flashes back to his crew's disaster.
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Three seamen are rescued while the ship's captain is trapped in the hull. Ben experiences flashbacks and Jake must guide him, but the rescue is eventually successful. We now bow down before emotional indulgence rather than analytical thought. Sign in to vote. On scene, Ben is lowered onto the vessel. Among the students is a prodigy named Jake Fischer Ashton Kutcher. It's kind of like the Olive Garden - I like it, but I have to be in the right mindset to thoroughly enjoy it. He's a fisher of men. Twenty-two is the answer, the number of people Ben couldn't save, the only number he kept track of. Probably has to do with his simian features. At graduation only a handful of the original candidates remain. The bartender, a friend of Ben's, tells Jake about a time when Ben injured himself saving every victim from a burning hospital ship full of invalid patients. After rescuing the first victim Jake returns to find Ben locked up unable to move. Viewers will find themselves on the edges of their seats a number of times, and those prone to sea sickness may even turn a shade or two of green, especially if watching it on the big screen. The movie title is introduced by a mythic tale: People lost at sea often claim they feel a presence lifting them to the surface, breathing life into their bodies while they are waiting for help to arrive.
Ben confronts Jake as to why he left his prospects as a competitive swimmer to join the AST program, and tells Jake what he learned about Jake's past: on a late night out, Jake, the designated driver, got into an accidental automobile crash, resulting in the deaths of his high school relay team.
Ranked as a top high school competitive swimmer with scholarships to every Ivy League college, Jake opts to enlist in the Coast Guard.
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Their fondness for acclamatory orgies, and for rating according to political criteria, is part of the trahison des clercs prompting a wider retreat from truth and reason. Ben, realizing it can't hold both of them, unhooks and tries to fall. His skill, expertise, and raw courage has kept him among the elite ranks of rescue swimmers in Kodiak, Alaska, despite his advancing age. Getting snagged on the mast he is forced to unhook and climb down. Jake continues to rescue both the second victim and Ben. Finding a vaguely suitable — i. As should already be clear, this movie is packed with strong action from the start. Ranked as a top high school competitive swimmer with scholarships to every Ivy League college, Jake opts to enlist in the Coast Guard. Trapped in the room the hull begins to fill with seawater.
Jake connects the legend to Ben. Among the students is a prodigy named Jake Fischer Ashton Kutcher.
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Later, during instruction, Jake's friend Charlie Hodge is unable to cope with panicked victims in the water and is afraid of failing school, so Jake takes him out for a drink before his date with Emily to cheer him up. Criticism teeters on the brink of pointless personal response. Jake has emerged as a leader during training. Fischer enters the cave and lights a flare. They just want casual sex. Upon retrieval, the victim keeps asking where the other man is. Shaken by survivor guilt , Ben retires from active duty to become an instructor at a Coast Guard training school. As they are winched upwards towards the helicopter, their combined weight causes the winch cable to begin separating. In Cargo his pleas have come true, at a hideous price: the zombie infestation as a kind of biblical flood, cleansing the land and resetting society back to more basic, tribal variables. After rescuing the first victim Jake returns to find Ben locked up unable to move.
During the argument, he receives a page for an immediate rescue. Even ignoring the issues of morality discussed below, this movie is not for anyone under age 13 or 14 due to its intensely perilous and occasionally disturbing action sequences thus, a PG rating.
At graduation, only a handful of candidates remain. The initial weeks of training end with most of the students dropping out and advanced instruction begins. Ben Randall is the only rescue swimmer available to save Jake.
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In Cargo, from first-time feature film-makers and co-directors Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke, the time it takes to turn from normal to Romero monster is supposedly the same for everybody: about 48 hours. Halfway up, the winch jams and the cable begins to unravel. We now bow down before emotional indulgence rather than analytical thought. Finding his wifes house, Ben goes in to apologize. Desperate to go in, Jake isn't allowed, as the only cable they have is broken and are afraid to lose Jake as well; the spotlights never see Ben resurface. They get in a fight and land in jail after being badly beaten by the Navy sailors, causing Jake to miss a date with Emily. With one man left and a broken winch, Randall held the man by his fingertips for the entire flight to land, resulting in extensive injuries to his hand and shoulder, a record that could never be broken. Jake realizes that 'someone' helped him, staying with him until help came. Here, some imagination is needed.
Need a few specifics? Sign in to vote. The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Out at sea, he loses his rescue team in an HHJ Jayhawk helicopter mishap, and while waiting in a survival raft, his best friend, Chief Petty Officer Carl Billings, dies due to injury, cold, and shock.
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