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I actually enjoyed this movie much more than I thought I would. Action. Adventure. Romance. It's all there.
The two males leads are, indeed, handsome and have an interesting back story but it was Australian Rachel Blakely, playing the ship's British head of security, who really shined. She's not only a talented actress but she really lightens up the screen when she walks or rides into a scene. We really do need to see more of her in American television.
There are many familiar faces in this movie and it's fun to point them out to friends and loved ones.
Once again, I liked it.
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