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As nuclear fallout over the Pacific continues to fuel sandstorms over southern California. The last remaining pockets of residents were evacuated by the National Guard. The federal government, already struggling to keep up with flash floods in Long Beach and Venice, has declared Los Angeles uninhabitable.
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You Need a Little Something Extra
Written and Performed by William Bell
Courtesy of Stax
By arrangement with Concord Music Group, Inc. See more »
Great acting, special effects are cool, horrible script
Just watched Titan and wow, it made me angry. I rarely write movie reviews, but this one moved me to action. Since Netflix no longer allows reviews on its site, here's my first IMDB review.
This crappy script is a waste of excellent acting talent and awesome special effects.
Kudos to the actors who did the best they could with an uneven script, faux-science, WTF scenes and progressively more stilted dialogue.
The movie isn't bad for the first 45 minutes. I had figured out it wasn't going to have a satisfying ending by that point, but I wanted to see how they'd spin it, so I kept going. The faux-science was fun to eye-roll over.
But then our hero soldiers finally go through the full metamorphosis (after a "what? why did they need surgery?" scene) and are unable to talk, change facial expressions, write, or in any other way communicate except by "sonar and touch".
And from that point, the script went completely into a FTW-WERE-YOU-THINKING tailspin. So many stupid actions in such a short time can make a movie-watcher dizzy.
The coup-de-grace was the final 18 minutes. It's like the producers said, "Let's just do a few disassociated scenes. No one is watching anymore, anyway." I lost track of how many times I said, "Wait, what?" So many times.
Netflix, fess up. Is this steaming pile of a movie, and your other original programming, the reason you no longer allow reviews? If you can't handle poor reviews, improve your quality management. Now you've forced people to find other public forums to air their opinions. That probably means fewer positive reviews (because why go to the effort when we liked the movie?), more negative reviews (because we want to warn people away from bad ones) and lower ratings (because we're mad about having to click to another site to leave the review).
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