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It looked like they were reading their lines from a tele-prompter. In the opening sequence when the plane crashed there was a big fireball, the scene then switches to the crash site where there is no signs of a fire. I can't really give a full review because I shut it off after 30 minutes. If the swearing was removed it could be put on TV. The special effects were weird, some kind of CG that looked really out of place. Imagine putting Sailor Moon cartoons in Toy Story, thats how out of place it looked. My wife and I had just previously watched the old King Kong movie from, I think 1933. We both laughed when we realized that the effects were better. Anyway, wait for it to come on TV. Don't waste your money.
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