But those chaps there are worse yet --they are your white squalls
6 WHITE SQUALL
(1996) JEFF BRIDGES stars as Captain "Skipper" Sheldon in director Ridley Scott's movie based on a true story about teenage boys on an ill-fated voyage on a school sailing trip.
But it was the plight of the crews of the Corsair and the aptly named White Squall
that would make the most headlines.
I guess that's why White Squall
looked like The Perfect Storm meets an Abercrombie & Fitch catalog.
He was cast in the 1995 big-screen thriller Crimson Tide and the 1996 film White Squall
Christopher Sheldon, the courageous sailing captain and teacher whose tragic true story was recounted in the movie White Squall
, was an active trustee with the Institute of General Semantics from the mid-1950s until his death in 2002.
The vessel, which is known for its role in films such as Bounty, starring Mel Gibson, Blue Lagoon and Ridley Scott's White Squall
, was built in 1911 and is over 100ft long and 90ft tall from the waterline.
The Lakers have gone from listing in uncertain waters, to plunging in a white squall
Though Matchstick Men has significantly less spectacle than some of his other movies, which include Blade Runner, Legend, Thelma and Louise, White Squall
, GI Jane and Hannibal, he bridles when he recalls someone describing it as 'a small movie'.
In nautical language a white squall
is a sudden, violent, wind and lightning storm that can snap a sturdy ship in two.
The morning Darley mares included White Squall
, a three-year-old Caerleon filly boasting some distinguished ancestors.
Others who Craig took out included Michael Jackson, who chartered a boat to go snorkelling, Jeff Bridges, who went diving for a break during the making of the movie White Squall
, and influential US politician Ross Perot.