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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    The only reason to really watch "Poseidon" is that Josh Lucas looks nice in a tux. I can suspend my disbelief as much as the next moviegoer, but this is just stupid. Yes, nice special effects, but please tell me what do the women in this film do? Dylan knows ships from his Navy days, Ramsey is a former fireman, even the boyfriend knows something about ships. But the women are apparently sharing a single brain cell -- and it ain't workin'. The ship rolls and no one -- like, say, the captain -- thinks the little glass bubble of a ballroom may break? There are several other things that make you think "What the HECK?!" Most 8-year-olds aren't gonna stray from their parents' sides, and their parents aren't gonna let them, yet Conor does so repeatedly. Secondly, if you can hold your breath underwater for 2-3 minutes, then you're an Olympic gold medal-winning synchronized swimmer. And, what about the two towels, neatly spread out on the floor after the ship has flipped UPSIDE DOWN! (Where was continuity on this set?) Also, if you're in the water, which conducts electricity, and there's a button dangling from a wire, naturally you're going to ... ? And, after all of this, what's waiting after escaping the ship? And the rescue happens how fast? I had fun with certain elements of "Poseidon," but there was no character development -- how can you keep Richard Dreyfuss and Andre Braugher from showing you how wonderful they are? I had more fun watching it over and over just to find all the crazy stuff that made no sense.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    While watching Poseidon in the cinemia I thought that in the beginging it will be action packed fun!!! I was semi correct watching the beginging you thought it was gonna be funny sweet and fun, but it was not funny sweet or fun,it was way to in yourface and you just see dead people every where and it was just OK. I would no recomend it.

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