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Shane Van Dyke (written by)
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Release Date:
24 August 2010 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
100 years later, lightning strikes twice.
Plot:
On the 100th anniversary of the original voyage, a modern luxury liner christened "Titanic 2," follows the path of its namesake... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Someone Actually Spent Money on This See more (85 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Shane Van Dyke ... Hayden Walsh
Marie Westbrook ... Amy Maine

Bruce Davison ... James Maine

Brooke Burns ... Kim Patterson

Michelle Glavan ... Kelly Wade
Carey Van Dyke ... Elmer Coolidge

D.C. Douglas ... Captain Will Howard

Dylan Vox ... Dwayne Stevens
Wittly Jourdan ... Elijia Stacks
Myles Cranford ... Admiral Wes Hadley

Josh Roman ... Elliot Snipes

Cameron Gordon ... Eric
Michael Gaglio ... Chief Engineer Daniels

Kendra Waldman ... Madeline Kay (as Kendra Sue Waldman)

Matt Lagan ... Commander Grey

Gerald Webb ... XO

Amin Joseph ... Kevin Lilac (as Amin Hotep)
Heather Nemeth ... Kim's Double
Sarah Belger ... Casey
Paul Jacques ... Helmsman
Wes Van Dyke ... Surfer

Ryn Harrison ... Brunette in Entourage (as Sarah Kathryn Harrison)

Erica Duke ... Blonde in Entourage

Shannon Murray ... Red Head in Entourage
Lauren McClain ... Crew Member #1
Randy Carter ... Crew Member #2
John Napoleon ... Sam Cambridge - Crew Member #3
David Dustin Kenyon ... T.J. - Crew Member #4
Ricca Ayon ... Background person
Tamara-Michele ... Background person
Amy Smith ... Background person
Peter Smith ... Background person
Brian Woods ... Background person
Amanda Shafaghat ... Background person
Cindi Arrata ... Background person
Rebeca Arellano ... Background person
Scott Sabol ... Background person
Shurideh Afshar Irani ... Background person
Ally Roccamo ... Background person
Seth Burnham ... Background person
Mwoikai Roberts ... Background person

Napoleon Ryan ... Background person
Jessica Brink ... Background person
Javier Cortez ... Background person
Celestial ... Background person (as Cecile M. Johnson)
Pearlyn Henwick ... Background person
Elizabeth S. Calleros ... Background person
Matthew L. Taber ... Background person
Sean Beever ... Background person
Michèle Garcia ... Background person
Barbara Tuthill ... Background person
David Hidalgo ... Background person
Amanda Brink ... Background person
Byron Leblanc ... Background person
Eric Jensen ... Background person
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Harmony Blossom ... Reporter (uncredited)

Annie McCain Engman ... Distressed Passenger (uncredited)
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Directed by
Shane Van Dyke 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Shane Van Dyke  written by

Produced by
Paul Bales .... associate producer
David Michael Latt .... producer
Christopher Ray .... line producer (as Chris Ray)
David Rimawi .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Chris Cano 
Chris Ridenhour 
 
Cinematography by
Alexander Yellen (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Mark Atkins 
Austin Harvey Stock 
 
Casting by
Jude Tucker 
 
Production Design by
Peter Dang 
 
Art Direction by
Aaron J. Martin 
 
Costume Design by
Valerie K. Garcia  (as Valerie Garcia)
 
Makeup Department
Megan Nicoll .... makeup artist
Megan Nicoll .... makeup department head
Ally Roccamo .... special makeup effects artist
Michael Spezzano .... makeup artist: Brooke Burns
Adina Sullivan .... makeup artist
Justine Zimbron .... makeup artist
Valerie K. Garcia .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Mary E. Brown .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Asher Brown .... second unit director
Mat Calica .... second second assistant director
Ashley Carr .... first assistant director: second unit
Ashley Carr .... second assistant director
Glenn Miller .... first assistant director (as Glenn R. Miller)
 
Art Department
Johnnie Bender .... set dresser
Mike DiGrazia .... key art designer
Joseph J. Lawson .... storyboard artist
Heather Nemeth .... art department: production assistant
Daniel Waldstein .... property master
 
Sound Department
Brett Bach .... dialogue editor
Alexander X. Hutchinson .... sound mixer
Craig Polding .... sound effects editor
Lisa Ries .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Rianna Crittendon .... special effects makeup
 
Visual Effects by
Kevin Hand .... visual effects supervisor
Mark Kochinski .... visual effects supervisor
Joseph J. Lawson .... compositor
Joseph J. Lawson .... visual effects artist
 
Stunts
Nichole Bennett .... stunts
Jeff Crawford .... stunts
Kathrine Hart .... stunts
Brad McCorkle .... stunts
Cameron McKay .... stunts
Art Ortiz .... stunt performer
Art Ortiz .... stunts
Sean Christopher .... stunt rigger (uncredited)
Paul Logan .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Karen Beck .... second assistant camera: second unit
Ben Demaree .... director of photography: second unit
Sarah Galley .... additional second assistant camera
Frank Anthony Garbutt .... grip
Jess Haas .... steadicam operator
Jess Haas .... underwater camera operator
Matt Hoefler .... key grip
Spencer Hutchins .... second assistant camera
Jameson Jordan .... first assistant camera: second unit
Jorge Kunze .... best boy electric
Jorge Kunze .... rigging gaffer
David Meador .... digital imaging technician: RED Camera
Kevin Miles .... first assistant camera
Heather Nemeth .... production assistant: second unit
Patrick O'Keefe .... grip intern
Orlando Ordonez .... gaffer
Joseph Turrentine .... additional gaffer: second unit
Giap Vu .... best boy grip
Marianne Williams .... still photographer
Tony Ye .... additional second assistant camera
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jeff Druszkowski .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Ashley Carr .... assistant editor
Mark Quod .... colorist
Mark Quod .... post-production supervisor
 
Music Department
Michelle Aragon .... vocalist
 
Other crew
Joseph Abou-Sakher .... production assistant
Johnnie Bender .... production assistant
Mary E. Brown .... production coordinator
Tammie Childress .... stage manager
Dominique Courchesne .... production assistant
Johnny J. Curry Jr. .... production assistant
Victoria Dadi .... military advisor
Gina A. Dumania .... production accountant
Nora L. Ferris .... insurance broker
Chris Galloway .... key set production assistant
Norm Jones .... set medic
Ian M. Kronenberg .... production assistant (as Ian Kronenberg)
Richard Kyle Ladeau .... production assistant
Nikki Jieun Lee .... production assistant
Michael Meilander .... production coordinator
Michael C. Parisi .... location manager
Matthew J. Reilly .... production assistant
Joe Richey .... production assistant (as Joseph Richey)
Sunny Thipsidakhom .... production assistant
Jett Turner .... production assistant
 

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90 min
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Trivia:
In scene when Capt. Maine and his pilot are taking off from the crumbling ice berg, they are supposed to be Coast Guard and the tail of there helicopter reads MARINES.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: Amy got stuck going through the door, which then slammed closed killing her friend, yet in the next scene Hayden easily walks through.See more »
Quotes:
Captain Will Howard:Looks like history is repeating itself.See more »
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FAQ

Is this really a sequel to Titanic (1997)?
Does the ship sink in the end?
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52 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
Someone Actually Spent Money on This, 24 January 2011
Author: rscafidi85 from United States

Well, not a lot of it (clearly), but enough to rent out the Queen Mary, hire a bunch of random extras from a Greyhound bus station, and pay some kit with a Commodore C64 to slap together a few CGI "effects". Better movies have been made for much less money, and that is both sad and infuriating.

Before even getting to the plot, such as I was able to piece together, some attention needs to be paid to the production values, if you can call them that.

No attention was paid at all to continuity, some exterior scenes and establishing shots use the 1936-vintage Queen Mary, moored in Long Beach, CA; while other outside scenes utilize some of the most god-awful CGI animation I've ever seen, which appears to depict the 1912-vintage Titanic. The ship shifts from a '30s three funnel liner to a pre-WWI four funnel liner and back again multiple times, the colors of the funnels even changes between red and yellow and the name sometimes disappears from the bow.

The permanent rock breakwater surrounding the Queen Mary can bee seen in some parts where the ship is supposed to be out at sea, along with glimpses of the Long Beach skyline in a few parts. No attempt at all was made to disguise the fact that the location ship never left port.

Interiors were filmed in either rented motel rooms, office elevator lobbies, or the main concourse in a suburban shopping mall. The engine room scenes are clearly a concrete basement with air conditioning equipment.

Extras in "action" scenes either stumble around aimlessly with no expression or intentionally trip over their own feet. All sound effects, including screaming, were added post production with no cause visible.

Now, back to the plot. Its bad. Like flimsy soft core porno bad. Some millionaire has financed the construction of an exact replica of the Titanic, which has set out on its maiden voyage from New York in 2012, on the 100th anniversary of the original. In a shocking coincidence, global warming simultaneously causes a massive ice sheet to break off from Greenland and drift toward the ship. Oh, and a tsunami. A massive, massive tsunami was caused somehow and is actually propelling the iceberg toward the ship at greater than the speed of sound. Yes, that fast. Also, only the ship is endangered and not all of Europe and North America, as might be expected from a tsunami of such biblical proportions. Part way through the movie, the actors appear to lose interest in the iceberg threat, and it is forgotten and replaced solely with the tsunami, which doesn't capsize the ship, but merely damages the hull in the same place as the original Titanic. Also, it destroys half the lifeboats- that is one smart killer wave.

I was really hoping this would be one of those campy movies that are so bad their almost good and can be appreciated ironically as unintentional comedy, but "Titanic 2" is just too bad even for that. This movie has no redeeming features whatsoever and is merely a colossal waste of time and resources. All copies of this film should be collected and shot into the sun, lest future generations find them and judge our civilization based on this affront to all taste and decency.

I'm just glad I watched this as a free bootleg on the Internet, if I had actually paid to buy or rent this, I would probably be setting something on fire right now.

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