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• Posted by: Richard Smith   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, December 4, 2010, at 5:40 p.m.
• IP Address: d226-105-11.home.cgocable.net

"Great special effects but I just could not get past this Hollywood preoccupation with having to make every hero an American, and set every film in America, no matter whether it spoils the movie or not. But in this film they made it one degree more ridiculous by portraying the inheritor of Poseidon's powers inexplicably as a New York jew (Logan Lerman). Still, at least he got the brunette goyische shiksa in the end. And no doubt, if Chris Columbus ever remakes "The Ten Commandments" he'll make sure Moses has a broad Welsh accent, just to balance things up a bit. "






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