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#1 Jul 23 2010 at 1:06 PM Rating: Excellent
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Titanic 2: Cruise Control

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I'm not gonna lie. I'd go see that in 3D. At the IMAX.
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If I wanted to make some money, I'd make an unofficial sequel to the highest grossing movie of all time. I'll cast if full of people nobody's ever heard of and spend less than 100k on the film's overall production. But the name... the name will sell it. People will remember how they went and saw the first "Titanic" over and over again and flock to the theaters once more, or twice... or seven times.
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If I wanted to make some money, I'd make an unofficial sequel to the highest grossing movie of all time. I'll cast if full of people nobody's ever heard of and spend less than 100k on the film's overall production. But the name... the name will sell it. People will remember how they went and saw the first "Titanic" over and over again and flock to the theaters once more, or twice... or seven times.


Except it's probably air on Sci-Fi, along with those Asylum films.


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TirithRR the Eccentric wrote:
Kuwoobie wrote:
If I wanted to make some money, I'd make an unofficial sequel to the highest grossing movie of all time. I'll cast if full of people nobody's ever heard of and spend less than 100k on the film's overall production. But the name... the name will sell it. People will remember how they went and saw the first "Titanic" over and over again and flock to the theaters once more, or twice... or seven times.


Except it's probably air on Sci-Fi, along with those Asylum films.


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Did it list release dates for Acceleration and The Master of the Jewelry? I'm ever so looking forward to those fine examples of modern cinema.

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Not only did he write and direct it, but he's also one of the main actors!
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There was suppose to be a sequel to Gladiator that ends with Maximus in Vietnam in some 20 minute firefight. He was suppose to be this "eternal warrior". **** you not. The studio passed on the script because they said it wasn't financially possible.

I say again: Not because it's crazy but because of the money.
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#12 Jul 30 2010 at 12:28 AM Rating: Excellent
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I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.
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#13 Aug 05 2010 at 12:07 AM Rating: Decent
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Titanic II is an upcoming direct-to-DVD disaster film by The Asylum, to be released on August 24, 2010, in the United States.Contrary to popular opinion, the film is not a sequel to the 1997 film by James Cameron, although movie website Dread Central has suggested the film may be a mockbuster of it, which is to be re-released in 2012 to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the original ship.
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Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.


Smiley: inlove That would be freaking awesome.
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Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.


Smiley: inlove That would be freaking awesome.


Didn't they turn it into a Dr. Who Xmas special?
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#16 Aug 05 2010 at 12:36 PM Rating: Good
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Shaowstrike wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.


Smiley: inlove That would be freaking awesome.


Didn't they turn it into a Dr. Who Xmas special?


If they did, I missed it, and I will scramble frantically to find it.
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Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Shaowstrike wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.


Smiley: inlove That would be freaking awesome.


Didn't they turn it into a Dr. Who Xmas special?


If they did, I missed it, and I will scramble frantically to find it.



Here you go.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyage_of_the_Damned_%28Doctor_Who%29
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Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Shaowstrike wrote:
Belkira the Tulip wrote:
Dread Lörd Kaolian wrote:
I wonder if this is actually going to be an adaptation of "starship Titanic" by Douglas Adams. that would make more sense. I hope.


Smiley: inlove That would be freaking awesome.


Didn't they turn it into a Dr. Who Xmas special?


If they did, I missed it, and I will scramble frantically to find it.


Kylie Minoque was in it, other than that, not the best of Doctor Who's Xmas specials though.
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Kaelesh wrote:
There was suppose to be a sequel to Gladiator that ends with Maximus in Vietnam in some 20 minute firefight. He was suppose to be this "eternal warrior". sh*t you not. The studio passed on the script because they said it wasn't financially possible.

I say again: Not because it's crazy but because of the money.
You have a link to this?

It's not that I don't believe you, but well, it's pretty hard to believe.
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Kaelesh wrote:
There was suppose to be a sequel to Gladiator that ends with Maximus in Vietnam in some 20 minute firefight. He was suppose to be this "eternal warrior". sh*t you not. The studio passed on the script because they said it wasn't financially possible.

I say again: Not because it's crazy but because of the money.
You have a link to this?

It's not that I don't believe you, but well, it's pretty hard to believe.


I read it on IO9.com I think. It was a passing article about the screenwriter for the Crow reboot IIRC. I'd have to spend some time finding it. Check back in a day or 2. Or you know, go look for it your self.
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Kaelesh wrote:
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Kaelesh wrote:
There was suppose to be a sequel to Gladiator that ends with Maximus in Vietnam in some 20 minute firefight. He was suppose to be this "eternal warrior". sh*t you not. The studio passed on the script because they said it wasn't financially possible.

I say again: Not because it's crazy but because of the money.
You have a link to this?

It's not that I don't believe you, but well, it's pretty hard to believe.


I read it on IO9.com I think. It was a passing article about the screenwriter for the Crow reboot IIRC. I'd have to spend some time finding it. Check back in a day or 2. Or you know, go look for it your self.


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In all honesty, though, I have to admit, that I would love to see Maximus go all Rambo in Vietnam.
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In all honesty, though, I have to admit, that I would love to see Maximus go all Rambo in Vietnam.


Or Gerald Butler channeling Leonidus:

"Madness?.... THIS IS SAIGON!!!"
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In all honesty, though, I have to admit, that I would love to see Maximus go all Rambo in Vietnam.


No. **** no.
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I really don't see how there could be a Titanic 2. In case you aren't aware, the story of the Titanic is pretty final. It doesn't leave much room for a sequel.[img=http://www.iwatchstuff.com/2010/06/08/titanic-2.jpg]
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Really though, who would be dumb enough to actually name their ship Titanic II? Talk about suspension of disbelief.
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I really don't see how there could be a Titanic 2. In case you aren't aware, the story of the Titanic is pretty final. It doesn't leave much room for a sequel.


The synopsis on IMDB is actually pretty hilarious.

I'd watch it just to laugh at it.

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Shaowstrike wrote:
Thumbelyna Quick Hands wrote:
In all honesty, though, I have to admit, that I would love to see Maximus go all Rambo in Vietnam.


Or Gerald Butler channeling Leonidus:

"Madness?.... THIS IS SAIGON!!!"


OK, who's more of a badass? Maximus or Leonidus? Who would win in a fight?
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eyoung60 wrote:
In case you aren't aware, the story of the Titanic is pretty final.
I didn't see the movie, what happens?
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In case you aren't aware, the story of the Titanic is pretty final.
I didn't see the movie, what happens?


The ship sinks.

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Thumbelyna Quick Hands wrote:
Shaowstrike wrote:
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In all honesty, though, I have to admit, that I would love to see Maximus go all Rambo in Vietnam.


Or Gerald Butler channeling Leonidus:

"Madness?.... THIS IS SAIGON!!!"


OK, who's more of a badass? Maximus or Leonidus? Who would win in a fight?


Maximus, because he had the brains to wear body armor. Now if they were forced to fight in slow-mo then Leonidas hands down.
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i heard this time this movie is something about Waves hitting the ship till it wrecked? slightly different from the titanic 1. and the best part is, there's no uncensored part anymore in this new one... the one scene that grabbed the heart of the audience.


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and the best part is, there's no uncensored part anymore in this new one... the one scene that grabbed the heart of the audience.


I know what you mean, I was **** off when DiCaprio died, barely saw anything. Hopefully this time we can see the water enter the lungs and watch as the person struggles for breath while his flesh grows cold and necrotic. Maybe see their eyes grow cloudy and dim.
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I know what you mean, I was **** off when DiCaprio died, barely saw anything. Hopefully this time we can see the water enter the lungs and watch as the person struggles for breath while his flesh grows cold and necrotic. Maybe see their eyes grow cloudy and dim.


He didn't drown...
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I know what you mean, I was **** off when DiCaprio died, barely saw anything. Hopefully this time we can see the water enter the lungs and watch as the person struggles for breath while his flesh grows cold and necrotic. Maybe see their eyes grow cloudy and dim.


He didn't drown...


I know that, just explaining what I would want to see in a water-disaster movie when one of the main character dies. Anyway he only froze to death in the water, it's not like the body became brittle enough to be able to snap off pieces.
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Really though, who would be dumb enough to actually name their ship Titanic II? Talk about suspension of disbelief.


I dunno. I would never underestimate the human propensity for arrogance.
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Usually the sequel to an excellent movie is not as satisfying as the former one , hope this one is an exception.
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Ok, I give up. Does it think it has a link showing on all these posts or something? I realy don't get it. Is it the worlds worst spambot?
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Ok, I give up. Does it think it has a link showing on all these posts or something? I realy don't get it. Is it the worlds worst spambot?
Maybe the name is the spam. Maybe they're advertising the Jenny Lea Academy of Cosmetology?
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Ok, I give up. Does it think it has a link showing on all these posts or something? I realy don't get it. Is it the worlds worst spambot?


Don't worry, I can't figure it out either. It seems to mostly talk in coherent sentences though (mostly. There's always something slightly off about them), and unlike SorinMarkov doesn't always just respond to the OP without reading the thread. Is the IP foreign? I assume it's just someone fairly new to the language trying to fit in.

That's of course being optimistic. I'm still pretty sure it shouldn't be left alone, but I still haven't really seen it do anything bad. =/
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This necropost is sponsored by Netflix. Titanic 2 is available in the Instant Watch section of Netflix in case anyone wants to know what happens to the ship.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvaUM9xObbs

There's a review of the awesomeness that is Titanic 2. I wish MST3000 was still on the air, this movie would be hilarious with the comments that would fly.
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I wish MST3000 was still on the air, this movie would be hilarious with the comments that would fly.
There's Rifftrax and Cinematic Titanic. Rifftrax is done by Mike Nelson (with Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett, who were Tom Servo and Crow v2.0 respectively) and Cinematic Titanic is Joel Hodgson (with Trace Beaulieu, Frank Conniff and Mary Jo Pehl, who were Dr. Forrester, TV's Frank, and Pearl Forrester respectively). I haven't tried Cinematic Titanic, but Rifftrax is definitely hilariously well done. I don't see Titanic 2 on either, though.

Just, you know. Throwing that out there.
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