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A young man named Satya (J.D Chakravarthy) comes to Mumbai from South India in search of a job. Jailed for something he did not do, the once-honest young man meets an underworld boss, Bhiku...

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Brandon W (de)

Poseidon didn't really make me mad as the characters are not really annoying or just downright do tons of dumb ways to screw up the situation, but all there is for me were some B movie thrills, cool effects, impressive camerawork on the capsizing scene, and a plot that can actually be very well done if executed right, which for the most part, it didn't. There were some decisions that I thought were very stupid and just didn't make sense as there were better ways to do what they need to do. There were some interesting parts, but for the most part, it's just very dull. The good things about this movie are that the effects still look really good to this day, which the capsizing scene is very well done and is the best part of the film. The script is pretty bad which was probably the most disappointing aspect of the remake. The acting is kind of bad, the characters are very underdeveloped and just plain uninteresting. So when coming across it on HBO, I decide to watch it again as its been many years since I last watched it, and boy did it felt very dated to me. Poseidon is one of the first disaster films I have ever seen, and I remember liking the film

Danielle K (de)

Michael, unfortunately, bears most of the burden of Enrique's forced transformations. And instead of physically harming any of his family or screaming at them, he semi-gently tries to do what he sincerely thinks is best. Instead of blind rage, which one would expect to turn to violence in with this sort of character, Enrique exhibits genuine sadness. What was refreshing was how he reacted to the situations that faced him. This movie was painful to watch at times, as Enrique swept in on his family after being let out of prison

Frances H (nl)

Penelope Cruz wasn't very good in her role, but the rest of the cast was, especially Lucas Black. The critics may not have like this film, but I thought it wasn't bad, in fact, I rather enjoyed it

Giuliana L (gb)

I enjoyed this flash of nostalgia, especially compared with the currently airing Winter Olympics. There is some exciting footage from the racer's (Robert Redford) POV as he's racing down the slopes and the acting is understated but good. This movie came out a long time ago, but it's very well done

Isaac T (kr)

It Had A Lot Of Potential. Pretty Bad Superhero Movie

Jasmine W (es)

, it's because I love George Strait :). . . maybe it's because. . . Maybe it's because I love George Strait

kara (it)

it wasnt all that and i didnt hop up to wanna see it again and katt williams isnt that short and he acted bad in this movie. this movie was o

Kevin W (fr)

Just like Hancock, everyone has to find his/her purpose in life and learn to apply it to our world. Hancock, just like any other human, acted out in a disrespectful way because he was unsure of who he was. Hancock's internal battle will never end because he has to always distance himself from Mary, but if done, Hancock will remain the most powerful super hero to ever live. evil), but a much greater war that happens internally. The central theme of the movie is that there aren't only two sides to a fight (good vs. Hancock acted recklessly because of his conflicting emotions, but was able to overcome that throughout the movie. Fighting a bad guy is much simpler than fighting an enemy in yourself. Hancock over the course of the movie received the knowledge to learn his past and purpose, and the strength to overcome love. Hancock had to overcome the greatest challenge of any super hero, the fight for his own identity. In New York, Hancock accepted the fact that he has to stay away from Mary and continued to live out his duty of being a super hero. Hancock may have overcome his first two conflicts but he will be forever fighting the third conflict, his inner battle of love. Now that Hancock understands his past and his purpose in life, he simply has to keep himself away from Mary at all times, so he decided to move to New York. Her plan was to never reveal his past to him so they wouldn't come in contact with each other and be safe forever. Mary, even though still in love with Hancock, attempted to distance herself from Hancock after his skull was cracked. This brings about a third conflict, a never-ending conflict between love and separation. She told him that they have been alive for over 3000 years, staying separated until they are brought together by fate and barely survive, leading them to separation again. Mary revealed to Hancock that the reason why Hancock doesn't remember his past is because the last time they were together, Hancock was jumped and his skull was cracked resulting in his memory loss. The whole time Mary tried to distance herself from Hancock not because she thought he was a bad influence, but because she secretly knew that they were not safe together. Every time fate leads the two together, they coincidentally run into danger that they can't handle because they are just normal humans when together. This is important in the movie because before this point in the movie, Hancock could never be harmed. That is, when they are distant from each other they are invincible, but together they are just normal humans. The way their super powers work is the further away they are from each other, the more powerful they are. For some reason, fate always draws the two together to love and be with each other, but this only hurts them. Mary and Hancock are the only two people in the world with super powers. The whole time Mary was Hancock's former wife. Mary, who we thought was a normal woman turned out to have the same super power abilities Hancock does. Mary actually played a big role in Hancock's past. However, her negative feelings for Hancock had a lot more to do with him than being a bad influence. This foreshadows a conflict stirring between the two, leaving the viewer to see Ray's wife as a potential threat. The first scene they meet is in her home during dinner, where she showed disgust towards Hancock. Mary, Ray's wife, seemed to not like Hancock because of him being a bad influence. Just as Hancock solved his first conflict of finding a purpose in life, his other conflict came into play, his past. Hancock graciously helped stop the robbery and instantly was respected as a good man throughout the city. This is very significant because the color green represents an inner conflict in a hero, just like the Hulk. When Hancock had arrived, he was wearing a green costume. The robbery consisted of five armed men, holding up many civilians with C4 strapped to their chests. He spent weeks in jail before the Los Angeles police force allowed an early release because they needed his assistance in stopping a bank robbery. The time Hancock spent with the inmates was just like his life out in public in the sense he had no regards for anyone unless they stood up against him. The time he was isolated in his jail cell symbolized his life after his recovery because he was with no one but himself, hoping to mend his past. This time in jail was important not because he was serving justice behind bars, but because this was the time period where Hancock started figuring out who he really was. After that, Ray helped Hancock by convincing him to spend time in jail to make up for the damage he had done. The start of Hancock's new reputation begins with him giving a speech amongst a crowd of millions, formally apologizing for his reckless actions. By building himself a good reputation, Hancock would be respected as the city's superhero. To show his thanks for his life being saved, Ray offered to assist Hancock by helping him build a good reputation, and ultimately help him resolve one of the his conflicts, finding his purpose in life. Similar to the fourth step in the hero's journey, Hancock meets his mentor, Ray. Ray, however, was the only person to accept his good deed and befriended Hancock. When doing so, he destroyed the train along with many cars so the public hated Hancock for his deed. One day, Hancock helped save a man named Ray when a train was about to hit him. One can conclude that Hancock's reckless actions happen because of his internal conflict, so by overcoming his conflicts, Hancock will ultimately change his careless ways. He was reckless through all his actions, leading everyone to think he is an asshole (which is Hancock's least favorite name to be called). After Hancock's recovery, he built himself a very bad reputation. Hancock would never admit it, but he lives a sad, lonely, and drunk life because he has no past, and no purpose for his future. His reckless actions varied from throwing a kid millions of feet in the air, to destroying a boat by tossing a whale on top of it. Instead, because Hancock had nobody there for him and no remembrance of anything, he decided to act recklessly because he didn't know whom he truly was and was upset about it. All other super hero movies have a main conflict with the fight between good and evil, but because Hancock was ultimately invincible, evil was not a threat to him. This conflict is what makes "Hancock" different from every other super hero movie. This is what brings upon the two main conflicts in the movie, Hancock's search for his past, and the search for his purpose. Hancock was left lying on his deathbed in an all white hospital room with nobody but himself, and was unable to even remember anything in his past. When Hancock was rushed to the hospital, no one was there to see if he was okay. The movie does an incredible job of leaving loose ends in situations, resulting in the viewer to make his/her own assumptions about the missing information. This leads the viewer to temporarily interpret Hancock's past, and hold suspense for it to be later revealed. Hancock had severe amnesia to the extent that he remembered nothing previous to waking up. This miraculous recovery had one fatal flaw; Hancock had no recollection of his past. This supernatural occurrence is significant in the movie because it separates Hancock with the rest of humanity, simply because no human could ever survive such an extreme incident. His head healed over night without any doctor's help and Hancock received super powers. Hancock, estimated to never live another day, had his skull crushed by some people that jumped him. The doctors told Hancock he was rushed to the hospital after a traumatic head injury, destined to die but was miraculously healed. From what Hancock remembers, he just woke up in a hospital one day and was super-human. However, he isn't sure how he scientifically received the super powers he holds. Hancock has the power to never be harmed, be stronger than anyone could ever imagine, and even fly. Hancock basically does whatever he wishes. Hancock passively doesn't care about anything going on around him, but if something stands up against him, Hancock will make sure to destroy whatever it is that's in his way. Hancock always stands up straight with his broad shoulders, showing his dominance over others. This scene alone shows Hancock's nonchalant and disrespectful behavior towards other people. He clearly had something that disturbed him emotionally, but chose to act disrespectfully to others to conceal his sadness with anger. Hancock was wearing ragged clothing to show he doesn't care about his appearance to others. The movie starts with him waking up on a public bench hung-over, angrily yelling at anyone who approached him. From the very first scene one can conclude what kind of a person Hancock is. " Realistically, he helps people in danger, but in a reckless manner where his "heroic" actions cost the city millions of dollars because of the mass destruction he seems to always conduct. Unlike your average super hero, Hancock, a consistently drunk man that isn't sure how he came into existence, spends his time wandering the city of Los Angeles "helping those in need. That statement applies to every super hero, except Hancock. Hancock, the World's Most Hated Super-HeroSuper heroes are loved and respected people who use their special abilities to save the world

Kris S (au)

what could be more funny then a bunch of wiggers???

Kyle M (de)

A-)(Full review TBD). It's enough to satisfy its worthy winning title. It's not exactly at the height of being a grand musical since there were moments of being overdramatic, but the spirits were uplifting though through some musical numbers and nice, narratively charming performances of its cast consisting Leslie Caron being a fair lady and Maurice Chevalier being the musical's frame