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The Day After Tomorrow

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Day After Tomorrow

    The Day After Tomorrow is a really good movie if you love adaventures and science. The main character Adrain Hall, played by Dennis Quaid, works for a weather institute for the U.S. Government. He attends a weather conference and tells his collegues about how a change in weather patterns can bring about an ice age of the Nothern Hemisphere. After he returns, weather phenomena starts happening in parts of the Earth. Japan for example, gets unexpected gusts of big chunks of hail falling down from the sky, California gets hit by tornadoes,in New York birds loose sense of direction and cold weather storms last longer in parts of Europe. Adrain's son, Sam, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, took a trip to New York and gets stuck there because of a wave that is caused by melting waters. It wiped out half of New York. Adrain found out that his son is stuck there and is going there to save his son by foot from Washington,DC. This movie is a very interesting to see and if you love science this is the movie to see. My opinion is this: that the movie could turn out to be true in real life. Prople should go and buy the movie because anyone would love it and will kepp you into it til the end. Release Date: 5/28/04 Setting: Present Day Format: DVD, VHS Length: 2hrs and 4min Actors: Dennis Quaid, Jake gyllenhall, Emmy Rossum, Ian Holm, Dash mihok

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Globel warming? Bring it on!

    I can't believe so many people have been sucker into believing that we are doomed. I believe nature will correct things as time goes on, its the nature of the planet. So much falsehoods were in this film it was more of a hoot. It could be said this film was a more of a left wing horror film, not because it was a death and doom film, but left leaning people saw both coasts come to an end, thus bringing an end to liberalism. Want till you see how Mexico treated us when Americans began to cross over the boarder to Mexico. This film has some great special effects, but lets not go over board with any feeling this is our future. You need to watch this film two times a year. Pick what you feel is the coldest day, and the hottest.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Johnny Pitts is a close-minded idiot!

    If you actually read His review... Johnny pitts (whoever that is) gave this movie 1 star. Although the movie is not based on actual scientific research, it does raise the question of, 'What if?' Very entertainably I might ad. 3 stars

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    Posted May 20, 2009

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