John Geiger: ANNIE! Come back, your my hostage!
It's funny, anytime this movie is on TV, I feel like I don't need to change the channel. It's as if I can just leave this movie on and go about other business in my room with this in the background.
This isn't a good movie, but it's not terrible either. It was clearly made for money, but it doesn't bother me. Even the cast admits that the check they got for this movie went to help them fund personaly projects of there own. It's bad, but it's good at looking bad.
A bus that can't stop. Easy, but it was made to work extremely well. This is a big boat that is kind of going fast, but then it stops for a while, then it goes again, and all kinds of nonsense, and the Willem Dafoe has the evil madman smile, while Sandra Bullock cracks jokes and references the first movie and her old boyfriend Jack who has been replaced by new guy, Jason Patric, who has taken a wild step to be a top billing action star, but only for the money.
It's a run-on sentence, but this is a run-on movie, as long as they have an idea and money, and marketing, they let this role. But still, it's good enough for me to not pay attention to but still have it on.
Oh, and Keanu decided to tour with his band instead of make this movie.