Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Movie Review-2012



Release Date : 12 November 2009--->Watch on 15 November 2009 (Sunday), 2.40pm at Cathay Cineplex, E @ Curve
Language : English
Running Time : 2 hours 40 minutes
Director : Roland Emmerich
Cast : Amanda Peet, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Danny Glover, John Cusack

My Penny of View : This was another disaster film which is one of the movie of year 2009. Story began with a geologist-Adrian met with his friend in India who discovered that the temperature of earth's core has been rapidly increased. He brought the news back to US for further precaution action to prevent extinct of human being with the US government. They were predicted that the year of disaster was year 2012.

In 2012, Jackson went to Yellowstone together with his children for camping trip. He met Charlie who believed that the end of the world will be coming soon. Jackson thought he was crazy and quickly stayed away from him. Later, there was a serious crack happened at the supermarket they always visited. Jackson felt suspicious when he saw his boss and family were packing to leave the country. He hurriedly rented a private plane to rescue his family. The whole running for life movie start from here.

This movie was another movie to remind all human being about the consequences of global warming and pollution. According to the prediction, the world will be ended on 20 December 2012. So we might can adopt the methods to survive from this film. If compared with 'The Day After Tomorrow', this movie was less terrified. No doubt the preview of the film was really good and most of the people looking forward to this film. On the other hand, the effects just enough to arouse one's interest. I really enjoyed watching entire land masses swallowed up by the oceans and the cracks. You definitely won't feel boring throughout the almost 3 hours movie. It has well explained on the relationship of each characters and how they discovered the disaster. Then only the nightmare began.

Rating :
★★★★☆

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