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Theatrical Trailer:Disaster movie trailers
Telly Savalas plays Stefan Svevo, a terrorist posing as a doctor to help with any survivors.
If you want something that makes sense look someplace else,but if very bad disaster movies are your thing then kick back and enjoy.
With the phenomenal success of "The Poseidon Adventure", the first disaster movie of its kind, the sequel was sure to be a hit.
It was great to watch this classic movie with all the stars from that time. Great price for a movie with a lot of great actors!Published 1 month ago by Peace
WHY IS IT THAT THE EXTENDED CUT WAS NOT RECORDED WITH THE THEATRICAL VERSION? IT WOULD HAVE BEEN NICE 2 HAVE BOTH VERSIONS. Read morePublished 4 months ago by andemoine winrow
This movie was horrible compared to the original "The Poseidon Adventure" why does Hollywood keep remaking old
classic movies. This version was horrible....
It kind of sucked! Didn't really hold my attention! Sally Field's role was ok I guess,kind of quirky, silly, I like other movies that she played in better!Published 14 months ago by Linda
could not watch it . Painful acting, ridiculous concept. Bouncing curls and clorox clean suit while cimbing into a submerged ocean liner, explosions all around you .. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Ann in the South
Not as good as the first one but I liked it. I have watched it a few times the value in this film is if your having a Poseidon move night and you wanna watch them all. Read morePublished on January 6, 2012 by Alin Raven
never been dissipont in the dvds we have orderd from you always got them in mail before date we were told that they would be in by never a problem gettin... Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by Pamelia K. Bier
When Hollywood makes a sequel to a successful film in the hope of capturing the same magic at the box office, inevitably the second film is not up to snuff. Read morePublished on May 7, 2011 by Charles D. Blanchard