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100 years later, lightning strikes twice
On the 100th anniversary of the original voyage, a modern luxury liner christened "Titanic 2," follows the path of its namesake. But when a tsunami hurls an ice berg into the new ship's path, the passengers and crew must fight to avoid a similar fate.
"Everyone aboard the Titanic 2, get off the Titanic 2!" a woman shouts while on the Titanic 2.
Move the fuck over, Cameron, THIS is the ideal shipwreck disaster film. Not only does it have an emotionally driven romance at its center that easily tops whatever the hell was going on in the Cameron version, but a few of its scenes were filmed on the RMS Queen Mary that is permanently docked in Long Beach, California in hopes of making it seem like it's filmed somewhere else (I would know, I live by Long Beach and have spent the night in the Queen Mary and was scared shitless because that damn ship is haunted, I'm telling you), and then the movie plays it off that the ship's sailing out of New York because the Statue of Liberty is…
I was genuinely kinda looking forward to this one in a morbid kind of way. I'm actually kinda interested in the real history of the Titanic and also like James Cameron's movie a lot. So I was a little bit intrigued by seeing what the Asylum would make out of it.
Titanic 2 is, as expected, a schlockfest filled to the brim with horrible, horrible special effects, acting and sets that very clearly aren't looking like they belong on a ship.
We laughed as much as we hoped for it to end. I saw a lot of shit in my time but this is really one of the worst movie productions I have ever seen.
Curiosity killed the cat- or in this case, left me wondering how the f&@k movies like this even get made! It was like watching an awful soap opera..on a cruise ship..named the Titanic II.
The best film I've ever seen about the tragedy of the Titanic 2. And they say global warming isn't real!
The real tragedy of course is how orange everyone looks. Make-up, lighting or grading, whatever the reason there's just too much orange.
Best part is the group of women with the captain that slowly disappear over the course of the movie. Some American Psycho shit going on there.
Eat your heart out, James Cameron.
A baffling ordeal of a movie.
Easily the most pathetic film I have ever seen.
Those wacky B-Movie makers at The Asylum are at it again!
Obviously this is not a sequel to the 1997 James Cameron film (though I'm sure they're banking on people being dumb enough to rent/watch it under the mistaken impression that it is), but an unrelated disaster film about a replica of the famed ship (dubbed the "Titanic II," thus justifying the misleading title) traveling on the same route as the original on the 100th anniversary of the disaster. Unfortunately, a big ass tsunami caused by melting icebergs is heading straight for the new ship. History repeats itself, hilarity ensues.
Bruce Davison("X-Men") and Brooke Burns (TV's "Dog Eat Dog") try hard to play it straight against a bunch of cheap CGI effects and scenes stolen from other, better disaster movies.
A total hoot if you're in the right frame of mind.
Up there with Magnolia, Raging Bull and Inception.
No I'm not shitting you. From the company that brought you Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus and directed by Dick Van Dyke's grandson, this has to be the least successful sequel ever made. The James Cameron film was one of the highest grossing films ever made, whilst this is a straight to DVD abonination. Terrible no name actors, awful dated CGI effects that would look tacky on a PS1 game, the film is set in 2012 on the anniversary of the original Titanic's maiden voyage. A new ship Titanic II is built and sets off to complete the ill fated voyage, but alas somehow suffers a similar twisted fate. Oh the humanity!
Holy Fuck, Warum???? Dieser Film war icht nur ein schlechte Idee, sondern ihn auf unsere Amazon Instant Video Liste des Glücks zu packen ebenso. Es gibt einfach nichts gutes was man schreiben kann und ich will auch nicht weiter über diesen Film nachdenken. Im out of here.
Una amiga de mis papás que es pésima eligiendo películas, le pareció que una remake de "Titanic" que tuvo repercusión en ningún lado era una buena elección.
Es asquerosa, mal actuada, mal filmada, no hay historia, los efectos son terribles, no hay un concepto detrás de "se hunde el barco". Es tan mala, tan mala que la recomiendo porque en verdad, la pase muy bien.
Uno de los momentos culmines de estupidez se da cuando una mujer se corta en la zona donde está la clavícula y como no tienen vendas (ATENCIÓN: pero están en una enfermería) le pegan una TARJETA DE CRÉDITO sobre la herida y deja de sangrar. SUBLIME. (Se puede apreciar esto en el minuto 3:26 en este video www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxyjuT7-k9E )
La media estrella es porque me hizo llorar de risa.
Terrible effects, horrific direction and a story that Bruce Davison couldn't save. The name, though of course the name of the ship, might lead you to believe that James Cameron found a way to milk more money out of this. It's actually worse.
The story is that it is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, and of course the best way to mark this day of tragedy is to on a cruise along the route, in reverse, in a ship named after it. What happens I can only describe as Titanic meets Poseidon Adventure? Which makes it sound better then it actually is
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