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In a controversial incident about Poseidon, which was split and drowned in a wave. Everyone began to be dazed by the situation when they were trapped under the water line and summoned by the captain to stay in their place until the rescue team arrived. Before the arrival of the rescue team, everyone began struggling to maintain their calm but the water began to rush into the ship and flames were burning all over the place. When the fire caught fire, the ship began to enter the danger stage towards total darkness, as the survivors tried to fight for their lives and escape from certain death.
Keywords:  #Emmy Rossum #Kurt Russell #Poseidon #Richard Dreyfuss #Wolfgang Petersen
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New York Magazine/Vulture
May 18, 2006
As a humanist, I applaud the respect for life, but I miss the campy fun. The movie is, in all senses, a big downer.
Movie Metropolis
April 07, 2010
If you liked the original movie, you might like this remake as well.
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Wall Street Journal
June 22, 2006
Poseidon betrays a studio mindset that can only hasten the current erosion of movie attendance -- skimping on human content while betting heedlessly on boom boom boom and gurgle gurgle gurgle.
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DVD Review
July 10, 2007
Where the original had the distinct flavor of 1970s kitsch ... Petersen's movie has loads of CGI and a cameo appearance from Black Eyed Peas front woman Fergie.
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Toronto Star
May 12, 2006
There's never any doubt that some of these uninteresting people will make the passage through hell to the hull, it's only a question of which ones. And whether we'll still be there to see whom.
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Eye for Film
August 02, 2007
A handful of the passengers may eventually get out of the ship alive, but nothing, it seems, can save them from Mark Protosevich's sinking script. At least it looks good as it goes down.
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Ebert & Roeper
May 16, 2006
... a waterlogged, unnecessary re-imagining of the cheesy blockbuster from the Seventies heyday of disaster films.
New Yorker
May 16, 2006
Throughout the movie, Petersen has a dynamic feel for the rush and heave of the deluge, the pent-up energy, the sheer heft and momentum.
Cinema Crazed
April 29, 2009
It's a carnival ride, with shocks, endless stunts, and when you're done, you've forgotten it and moved on to something better.
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Time Out
June 24, 2006
Petersen's expert direction ensures it remains gripping, keeping the tension ratcheted right up and commendably steering it all home within 100 minutes.
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