POSEIDON -- making of -- more intesting than the final movie? Throughout the whole film all I could think of was -- why didn't I read about how the movie was made in advance-- I had skimmed a couple of articles but it really seemed that the making of the 'Poseidon' is probably more interesting http://www2.warnerbros.com/poseidon/than the movie itself. (Don't miss sthe opportunity on the official movie website, to get the iTunes video podcast). Water is indeed the star -- water, water everywhere-- and debris. Alas, you don't get to know the characters at all before the ship is hit by the rogue wave...a couple of quick scenes and then glub glub you're in the sink. The best article I've seen on the FX is this onePoseidon: cutting edge technology and effects join tried and true ... Of special interest is the "computational dynamics" some new tech that ILM worked with Stanford University's computer department on -- this tech enables the techies to simulate particles of water striking objects, rolling over them, colliding with the back-spray and recombining in a naturally fluid way. For more information about this science read: Computational fluid dynamics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,'Poseidon' Packs Punch of Real Science (see thumbnail above for photo and click to see more photos of 'killer waves'.