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When the commander of the US submarine Joe Glass knew that a Russian coup had happened to the Russian president and that he had been kidnapped in order to dismantle the world order, Joe Glass would have to assemble the largest number of naval forces to encircle enemy territory to bring back the kidnapped president and prevent a third world war.
The title fits what Butler serves up on a silver platter... Hunter Killer still isn't a great movie, but it puts the world order back in place for the better part of two hours as it re-establishes the Russian threat to the American Way.
Splitting the difference between scenes of Navy SEAL rescue attempts, underwater evasive maneuvers and your own countdown clock toward an incipient nap, Hunter Killer feels both generic and underheated.