Poseidon is a movie about a ship that over turns in the middle of the ocean. A lot people in the wrong place at the right time. They have to survive and the unimportant people die one by one. Poseidon is the name of the ship that gets knocked over by a "a rouge wave". 6 out of 10. I kept think about the Titanic the whole movie. Kurt Russell needs to make another "Escape from New York" or somewhere of the sort.
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mad bull commented: I saw the original. It was excellent, IMHO. I took from that show the main theme, "God helps those who help themselves" and I have tried to make it my mantra... Was that theme emphasised in the new one? Strangely enough, I thought X-Men would get a bad rating and Poseidon would get a good one... ... read 1 more
Its been a long time since I have seen a movie with a more stupidly annoying set of characters. I mean every single person in the movie requires a swift kick in the nuts in order to communicate. I did not watch the series so I don't how the characters in that were acted. There is a little girl in the movie that is allegic to peanut butter and is afraid of terrorists, the son is crazy, the father is crazy and everybody they meet in the movie is a head case. The movie has some intense scenes through even if the story is sketchy. "Do you have room?" So yeah there are some pretty good scenes but for the most part the characters get themselves into some very odd "lifetime movie" situations. Its worth the watch though, even if you just want to stick your hand into the television and choke the actors to death. I give it a 7 out of 10. Good science fiction movie but with annoying character acting. "There is room for a 100 more!"
Gods Child commented: Read the book, it's better. Did you see "The Time Machine"? That was also an adaptation of a book by the same author, H. G. Wells. He's a good writer and shouldn't have to have his work be interpreted by such shoddy actors. From the get-go I was not going to see this film--why? They changed the background of the lead character and made him a dead-beat dad. The guy in the book is a rich bachelor staying with a friend who is a family man. Totally different level of motivation. The guy in the book is free to observe the creatures and speak objectively about the citizens of England running away from them. The guy in the movie has a distraction--his kid. ... read 8 more
When I reviewed the trailer for Ultraviolet I thought that this was going to be the movie of the year. Really, I can't believe that it was possible to make a movie that sucks worst than Aeon Flux. But Ultra-Violet managed to do it in fine style. I blame it on poor character development. The movie started out quickly, so quickly I couldn't even tell if it had started or I was still the upcoming movies. At some point down into the movie your will learn that Milla is unnecessarily a vampire - a fact which adds this movie to my list of stupid vampire movies. The fact that she is a vampire is so insignificant that she might as well be a Jamaican. Poor character development. She kills a lot of silly people for silly reasons, nicely. I give it a 3 out of 10. The trailer for the movie is actually better than the movie itself.
Gods Child commented: whoa, thanks for the heads up. I was thinking it would be good cause you hyped it at first. now I know I can try Aeon Flux instead. ... read 3 more
Image attributed to aletheuo. So anyway I watched Blade 3: Trinity, well all I can say is that it was not bad. However stupid but it still did not have the same effect on the whole "vampire movie" genre as the first blade movie. Remember the underground rave scene from blade 1? priceless. Its all about the blood, there is no need to be chasing anybody down any street or jumping from building to building unless your spiderman. The thing I hate most of all about the movie is that they did the same thing that Underworld 2 did in its last installment. Both movies and a couple others ( that I can't remember) managed to do the absolute worst thing you can do in a vampire movie. I mean if your making a vampire movie you know right off the bat that vampires hang out at night, they feed off blood and are descendant from the first vampire Dracula or whatever.
Vampires hang out at night - its a key plot piece. Now the important thing in a vampire movie - a golden rule - is that you never, under no circumstances kill the first vampire. Because if you kill the first vampire then all the other vampires would become normal mortal people - and that would virtuality end all vampire movies as we know it. So my question is why the hell do these recent vampires movies feel the need to mess up the story of all other vampire movie? I mean do you have to kill the first vampire? Why not try to write a good story for once?
I would suggest that you try to avoiding killing the first vampire at all costs. Its been done, look at great movies such as American Werewolf in England or even Blade 1 - both good movies that didn't involve the total death of the vampire/werewolf race. If you want to seem original and unique - get an original story. I know your trying to make a "epic" movie but you've got to understand that when your movie is based on a pretty established piece of literature you shouldn't try to mess it up for all the other people. Its similar to making a Romeo and Juliet movie where the young love birds decide not to take the poison and instead get married - thats just not acceptable. Blade 3 gets a 6 out of 10.
Gods Child commented: I didn't know about those vampire rules but I enjoyed all 3 blade movies--I guess I really liked the story line. In blade 3, though, I didn't really like how this whole team appeared from out of nowhere with a whole set-up and weapons and everything. It was too convenient. ... read 4 more
The island is filled with product placement. Product placement is here to stay. Where else would directors get pretty cars to crash and destroy in the chase scenes? As long as it keeps the movie coming. I liked the movie, even though it was 2 hours long. As soon as they leave the compound in which they were born they will chased. Chased allot by the usual set of special army guys who manage to cause more destruction than I ever thought possible. but once the chase begins the movie is roller-coaster of expensive action scenes that are well done. Lots of running. Its sometimes funny, sometimes stupid but it comes together well. 8 out of 10. Highly recommended science fiction thriller about coming of age and going to the island. Lots of running.
gods child commented: I liked it too. ... read 2 more