Sphere 1998 — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

Sphere 1998 — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

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From the bestselling author of ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘The Lost World’
A Barry Levinson film
A thousand feet beneath the sea, the blackest holes are in the mind…
Terror can fill any space

A spaceship is discovered under three hundred years’ worth of coral growth at the bottom of the ocean.

Dr. Goodman, biochemist Halperin, and astrophysicist Fielding are selected by the government to study a huge spacecraft located on the Pacific ocean floor. Evidence suggests that this craft comes from the future, and inside is a threatening glowing sphere that sends e-mail messages such as, “I will kill you all”

Synopsis: Spoilers?
Dr. Norman Goodman (Dustin Hoffman) is called to a location in the Pacific Ocean, for what he thinks is a plane crash. His specialty is psychiatry and dealing with crash survivors. The helicopter pilot (Huey Lewis – yes THAT Huey Lewis!) tells him they’ve been ferrying all kinds of scientists to this location.

Onboard a naval ship, Norman sees astrophysicist Dr. Ted Fielding (Liev Schriber) and biochemist Dr. Beth Halperin (Sharon Stone), but is unable to talk to them. The ship’s captain, Harold Barnes (Peter Coyote) briefs them – the plane crash is a spacecraft, a huge ship buried under 300 years of coral. In addition to Beth, Norman, and Ted, mathematician Dr. Harry Adams (Samuel L. Jackson) is also on the contact team, which was recommended by Norman many years ago.

The team goes through a medical examination, and a dive briefing by an instructor (James Pickens Jr.), who tells them there is “no quick return to the surface”. The team takes a sub to the crash site habitat, and they all begin to exhibit signs of nervousness. It’s clear that Norman and Beth have some history. The habitat is manned by Edmunds (Marga Gomez) and Alice Fletcher (Queen Latifah), who is directing a Navy dive team to set up a drone by the ship’s door.

The team puts on dive suits and walks on the seafloor to the spacecraft, and the door opens for them. Beth sees footprints in the dust, and Barnes splits them into 2 groups. Beth and Norman step onto an elevator, which takes them to the bridge. Ted, Harry, and Barnes find English text and advanced metallurgy. Beth finds a human skeleton and deduces the ship is American. The flight recorder shows dates from the future and an entry for “Unknown Entry Event”. A holographic display reveals that the ship traveled through a black hole. The team finds a huge sphere in a cargo hold. The sphere doesn’t reflect the team members, but everything else.
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Plot: Spoilers?
An alien spacecraft is discovered on the floor of the Pacific Ocean, estimated to have been there for nearly 300 years. A team of experts, including marine biologist Dr. Beth Halperin (Stone), mathematician Dr. Harry Adams (Jackson), astrophysicist Dr. Ted Fielding (Schreiber), psychologist Dr. Norman Goodman (Hoffman), and U.S. Navy Capt. Harold Barnes (Coyote), are assembled and taken to the Habitat, a state-of-the-art living environment located near the spacecraft.

Upon examination of the spacecraft, they determine that it is not alien at all, but rather American in origin. However, its technology far surpasses any in the present day. The ship’s computer logs cryptically suggest a mission that originated either in the distant past or future, but the team manages to deduce that the long-dead crew was tasked with collecting an item of scientific importance. Goodman and Halperin discover the ship’s logs, which show the ship encountering an “unknown event” (thought to be a black hole) that sends the vessel back in time. Goodman and the others eventually stumble upon a large, perfect sphere hovering a few feet above the floor in the ship’s cargo bay. They cannot find any way to probe the inside of the sphere, and the fluidic surface is impenetrable; the crew attaches importance to the fact that the sphere reflects its surroundings but not the humans.

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