Sunday, October 25, 2009

REVIEW: The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow

Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal


May 28, 2004

Roland Emmerich

20th Century Fox

2 hours 3 minutes




You might think this is another Independance Day, but it isn't: It's Independence Day with global warming instead of aliens, but that's just the way we like it. The Day After Tomorrow is about the earth's climate changing when soon becoming a second Ice Age. Now a colony of human survivors must survive the colde whether otherwise they'll die and most of the human race could become extinct. This film was great on story, special effects, and creativity. Bu the one thing it lacked was acting from Dennis Quaid. Sure he has talent, but he's terrible in some films. This happens to be one of them.. Either way, Roland Emmerich, who has previously directed Independence Day and the soon to be hit 2012 does a brilliant job on making a second ice age. Surely people of ages 11 and older will love this movie for decades to come. So, if you don't have anything to do in your spare time, rent this film for some 2 hour entertainment. I'm sure you'll get a thrill out of it.

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