Normally, I have a somewhat troubled relationship with the disaster movie genre - I guess I just can't stomach the fact that terrible things must happen to innocent people and there's nobody to blame for it. Fortunately, some disaster movies are not about actual (natural) disasters, but about conscious attempts to ruin other people's lives, and so there IS somebody to blame, who can be punished. Examples of the second kind would be those disaster movies about terrorist attacks - or saboteurs, like in the case of "Juggernaut". It is a pity that the responsible party is revealed at a somewhat early stage, and that his motives are only briefly explained, but at least there is a responsible party. The element of the bomb to be detonated is what makes this movie special. The viewers' palms get almost as sweaty those of Harris while on the job, even though most of us will not be able to fully understand the technical process going on there. But Harris' acting is sublime, and that is what matters here. Since one can't be expected to watch a bomb being detonated for a good 100 minutes, the movie also contains the other vital bits belonging in a disaster movie (becoming acquainted with the passengers, the actions of the police trying to track down the person responsible, the ship captain's personal problems, etc.). These other bits remain rather superficial, though. We need them alright, but they only seem to be diverting our attention from the main action - they give us some breathing space, so to speak. Anyway, it is a good, thrilling view. "Juggernaut" succeeds in what it is supposed to achieve well enough.