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07-06-2006, 04:00 PM
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Went to see this last night, am glad i did'nt listen to the bad reviews because i thought it was quite good, action, adventure and great special effects, only downside was it was a bit too sentimental in parts which kind of spoilt it.
And the hero of the film Dylan was lush (sigh):wub: Kurt Russell has gone really skinny though.:unsure:

Oh and that girl from the Black Eyed Peas was in it too.

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11-06-2006, 05:56 AM
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Seeing this next month when I go to visit daughter. Looking forward to it as I was a fan of the original. Glad you gave it a good review because people have not said good things about it and I was wondering if it was overhyped
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11-06-2006, 08:09 AM
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Enjoy Sea.Smile

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11-06-2006, 09:34 AM
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I quite enjoyed the trailer the last couple of times I've been to the pictures and was dismayed when I heard bad reports.

Sometimes I feel that critics have seen too many films and become jaded forgetting what the "man (or woman) on the street" wants to see.

I might make an effort to go and see it on the big screen.

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11-06-2006, 11:52 AM
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I love disaster movies so naturally, I'm looking forward to this one. However, I can't help thinking it'll lack the magic of the original.

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11-06-2006, 01:44 PM
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PJ Wrote:I love disaster movies so naturally, I'm looking forward to this one. However, I can't help thinking it'll lack the magic of the original.

i have never seen the original, but if you love Titanic you will like this.

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11-06-2006, 03:33 PM
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bridge Wrote:i have never seen the original, but if you love Titanic you will like this.
I do love Titanic but only after the ship starts sinking. Hated the whole rich girl/poor boy love story. :wallbash:

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12-06-2006, 07:05 AM
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PJ Wrote:I do love Titanic but only after the ship starts sinking.

................ :laugh:

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12-06-2006, 12:52 PM
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I loved the original 'the Poseidon Adventure.'You could have knocked me over with a feather at the ending.....sob.
I am looking forward to seeing this verion, hopefully this week.
(I hated Titanic tho')
:-)

incidently..I am trying to recall a film i saw many years ago, set on a cruise ship, involving stranded passengers, and creepy goings on.
It had to do with some evil Egyptian artifact that was brought on board a luxury cruise ship, and it was EVER so creepy.Murders, mayhem etc.The passengers began suspecting each other and it got very messy.In the end I think it was because the Devil was on board.Woooooooooo
Just wondering if it rings any bells with anyone.
Thanks.

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12-06-2006, 04:37 PM
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Aondeag Wrote:I loved the original 'the Poseidon Adventure.'You could have knocked me over with a feather at the ending.....sob.
I am looking forward to seeing this verion, hopefully this week.
(I hated Titanic tho')
:-)

incidently..I am trying to recall a film i saw many years ago, set on a cruise ship, involving stranded passengers, and creepy goings on.
It had to do with some evil Egyptian artifact that was brought on board a luxury cruise ship, and it was EVER so creepy.Murders, mayhem etc.The passengers began suspecting each other and it got very messy.In the end I think it was because the Devil was on board.Woooooooooo
Just wondering if it rings any bells with anyone.
Thanks.

Oooo now i'm intrigued what film is that i wonder.

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