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We all know what to expect from an Asylum release (z-list actors, one-dimensional characters, cheap effects, lowsy music), and this film doesn't disappoint.
The whole premise does not bear thinking about (tsunami's from Greenland heading towards the Atlantic at 800MPH+, faster than sound??), the effects look like they were created for a 20 year old Discovery Channel special, the acting (oh, the acting!!), the scenes of panic on the ship seem to involve lots of people in a mall falling up flights of stairs, the continuity is all over the place (hero and 2 girls climb a lift shaft, hero at the back. Get to next floor and hero is at the front. Scientist on icefield can't decide if he's wearing sunglasses or not as they appear and disappear mid-scene, I could go on), and then it just ends (unfortunately not soon enough).
Hopefully Shane Van Dyke has been shunned by the rest of the Van Dyke clan until he can do better.
Just cross your fingers The Asylum don't decide to do Raise The Titanic II.
It's clearly obvious that the film rented out the "Queen Mary," now a permanent museum ship (and a beautiful and genuinely charming place to visit) to turn into the "Titanic II" for a few days. The location shooting at Long Beach is the best part of the movie, as the "Queen Mary" is a gorgeous vessel, but you will definitely notice the jarring differences between the actual bridge of the ship at the outset (I can just hear the "Queen Mary" staff telling the actors not to touch anything!) and the hilarious bridge set seen later on which looks like an elementary school multipurpose room. The entertainment value of such camp potential is overpowered by the stench of badness here, though.Read more ›
"Titanic 2" - OK, what do you expect from a movie entitled "Titanic 2"? An Oscar-winning movie? If so, then you really need to watch less TV and movies and read more books and news magazines. Big ship, separated couple, tidal wave, big ship sinking, couple united, and then the last few minutes of the movie. Done and done.
Acting: Some of the pretty faces can't. The big names can. Bruce Davison is the best actor of the bunch.
Writing: Davison's character is believable as the senior government official and the concerned parent, though he is too calm and rational when he should be panicking. Van Dyke's character is an unwaveringly confident person; this is unrealistic and rather boring. Brooke Burns' character is a wildly inconsistent character who reacts to situations. Burns' character is happy, strong, intelligent, or lovestruck; whether this is a realistic character or not is a matter of opinion.
Effects: Good special effects. Snow fields, tidal waves, ships, explosions . . .
Final Review: Three stars because it was fun. Better movies exist, but none are named "Titanic 2".
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Super wack...just...smh I can't put to words I feel like someone just wanted to make a modern day titanic but just over acting, unoriginal, epic fail.Published 1 month ago by tekia
product description was excellent and I would gladly do business with this seller again.Published 1 month ago by Ken Eden Jr
OK! If you can turn your brain off. Main amusement was calling out the characters for their idiotic behavior and laughing at the errors in the production. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Srm
I was very disappointed. Bad acting, plot was all over the place.Published 2 months ago by Ruth White