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Day After Tomorrow, The
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Reviewed on 2004-06-03
RatedPG-13
Received[2.5]  out of 4 stars
GenreAction / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Websitehttp://www.thedayaftertomorrow.com
This big budget disaster film about global warming and its impact on planet earth, has received a lot of buzz the last few weeks. I expected a long buildup to a disaster, but things started happening quickly. Tornados rip through Hollywood, ice balls the size of basketballs fall in Tokyo, a giant hurricane pounds Hawaii, snow falls in New Delhi, and then a giant tidal wave hits New York. In Independence Day Roland Emmerich brought you the near destruction of the earth by aliens. Now, in The Day After Tomorrow, the enemy is even more devastating as it is nature itself. Dennis Quaid plays the hero who tries to warn the powers to be. Once the disasters hit, Jack Hall (Quaid) tries to reach his son Sam (Jake Gyllenhaal) who is trapped in New York. The special effects are outstanding and the story was a little far fetched, but hey, it is just a movie. Other stars include Emmy Rossu, Sela Ward and Ian Holm. This film pulled in big bucks the first week out and should topple the $100 mark soon.

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