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A Nimitz-class aircraft carrier appears in the film; based on her antenna configuration and the appearance of her 'island' superstructure, the depicted aircraft carrier is the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan (CVN-76). See more »
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I always heard from people that they either HATED or LOVED this movie. And for me it was neither.
The audience for this film is served with a classic action movie/comic book. "The world is in danger! There must be a solution! Although there are bumps between the characters along the way, eventually, we'll solve the problem"
The interesting twist is *supposed* to be that instead of classic superheroes, we have bad guys. To that I say "so what?". The movie didn't really establish why I should care about much of what was going on on screenit was all just classic popcorn movie action and sequences that were occasionally broken up by half-attempts at character development.
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