Sunday, November 15, 2009

REVIEW: 2012


John Cusack, Amanda Peet

November 13, 2009


Roland Emmerich

Columbia Pictures

2 hours 38 minutes




With great special effects, great casting, and the mother of all disaster stories, this movie makes it the best apocalyptic movie I've ever seen. 2012 is about a science fiction writer who finds out that the world will end on December 21, 2012 and the government is selling secret tickets for humans who are to be saved and kept on ships built secretly by the U.S. governments. Now, this writer must find a way to get to the ships with his family and save them in what could be the last year for humanity before they all die: 2012. This movie was very entertaining and full of suspence, action, and with a dash of comedy thrown into the pot. Plus, this is one of those movies that can only be enjoyed on the big screen or on a home theater system. I do want to warn you that this movie can be very loud and awsome all at the same time, so be prepared when going to see this movie. This movie's also scary because it's hard to think that the world could end someday, especially if that someday could be in 3 years from now. What also made the movie teriffic were the special effects. They looked as if they really happened all over the world. Unlike some other movie where the special effects were cheesey and lame, like Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen. Plus, the movie had some great casting, like John Cusack, Danny Glover, and Woody Harrelson, whom I won't mention whothe last two actors play since I think that if I say their roles, it might spoil the movie for all of my readers out there. So, anyone who really wants to see this movie, they should see what I think is Roland Emmerich's masterpiece. Either way, check out what could be the best and mother of all disaster flicks that is known as 2012.


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