Number Two Review

Waterworld (1995)

Episode #27

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment released Waterworld on July 28, 1995. Kevin Reynolds directed the film starring Kevin Costner, Jeanne Tripplehorn, and Dennis Hopper.

‘Waterworld’ 30-Second Summary

Waterworld takes place at a time after the polar ice caps have melted. Water has engulfed the planet, and the last humans navigate it in makeshift boats to survive. While we find that several societies have developed, a man named the Mariner lives a solitary existence out on the high seas. However, that existence forever changes when he finds a stranded woman and a young girl. The Deacon and his evil minions want the two, and they will kill this man to get them.

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Universal Pictures released Waterworld on July 28, 1995. Kevin Reynolds directed the film starring Kevin Costner, Jeanne Tripplehorn, and Dennis Hopper.

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