Raise the Titanic

Raise the Titanic

To obtain a supply of a rare mineral, a ship raising operation is conducted for the only known source, the Titanic.

To obtain a supply of a rare mineral, a ship raising operation is conducted for the only known source, the Titanic. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jason 123 D (gb) wrote: Just terrible. Pathetically terrible both visually and in terms of the story.

Suha M (es) wrote: first part was the best but later not good at allll

Jordan F (kr) wrote: A really well done political thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout and takes you through a couple surprising twists.

Jonathan R (es) wrote: In a world of poverty, pain, and confusion, something unspeakably beautiful happens. The imagery sticks with you a long time.

Paul D (nl) wrote: Dark crime thriller that strikes a chord. It has a nice whimsical style to its presentation.

Mereie d (fr) wrote: A textbook example of an Agatha Christie/Hercule Poirot adaptation starring Peter Ustinov as Poirot. Michael Winner has gone out of his way to make it look good: nice scene setting, well-chosen costumes, no overtly clear anachronisms, etc. Like in all Poirot stories, a lot of time is spent introducing characters/suspect with matching motives. Poirot is in the dark for a long time, as is the audience. In the end, Poirot miraculously solves the puzzle (which is hardly solvable for anyone). The solution tends to be a bit far-fetched, but that's just how we like it from Agatha Christie. Winner did a very decent job here.

Maple C (jp) wrote: Perfectly done with pure psychotic elements while developed thrills and suspense that most horror movies can't ever reach.

Salman V (es) wrote: FLAT, POINTLESS AND ALL IN ALL DULL. AND IT RECEIVED A HIGHER RATING THAN MAN OF STEEL?!

Tj F (it) wrote: While it tries to be historically intelligent this movie is mostly a classic good guys vs bad guys action flick. Nicholas cage mellows it out to a family friendly level. Not quite charming, its still a fun adventure that goes down the usual Hollywood big budget path.

Sukhitha J (au) wrote: Considering all the kinds of movies which are made out there, it's not surprise that one would pick up on the notion of making a movie only about a conversation between 2 people. The real challenge would be to filling up the conversation to last for 90 odd minutes. In that sense this has been a successful movie. The contents of the conversation does seem interesting. But there are flaws. Considerable flaws.For one thing the topics that keep coming up seems one dimensional. The writer only focuses on things he only knows of, which seems not that much. He is only thinking on the lanes of Christianity and the bible. That is only one view point and there are many around the world. Now we certainly cannot expect that he should know all about religion in the world. But for a person who knows about other philosophies external to theology, the conversation seems very limited. At one time "white" says if there is one religion that speaks about nothingness, suffering that he would gladly follow it. There are religions who speak of those things like Buddhism. The Conversation does seem intellectual but lacking in knowledge. The acting of the two marvelously talented people doesn't seem all that convincing either. The conversation feels scripted, and loses the natural feel in most cases. I would like to imagine Morgan Freeman instead of S. Jackson. But he is probably playing god in this one too. I'd like to Imagine that he is the one who spoke to "Black" . This is one of the most boring a normal mediocre movie fan would imaging. But that is certainly not the reason for my low rating here. The movie was able to keep me interested. But it could have been so much more. No one would even dare making a movie like this in Hollywood any more. So I would think the chance was somewhat ruined. This could have been a movie that could offer so much food for thought. But instead it seems like a redundant conversation on stuff that Buddhists just take for granted.