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  • 2012 delivers some of the biggest, most spectacularly over-the-top destruction sequences ever committed to film.

    2012 (2009)

    2012 delivers some of the biggest, most spectacularly over-the-top destruction sequences ever committed to film.

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  • Meanwhile, I came across news about an upcoming disaster movie called Ice, based on a 1970’s novel by James Follett. What caught my attention was the fact that Sam Neill […]

    Ice Ice Baby

    Meanwhile, I came across news about an upcoming disaster movie called Ice, based on a 1970’s novel by James Follett. What caught my attention was the fact that Sam Neill […]

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  • Roland Emmerich's The Day After Tomorrow has taken quite a bit of flak for being scientifically preposterous. But if you want a well-reasoned and credible discussion about climate change, may I suggest An Inconvenient Truth or something similar? Meanwhile, if you want to see giant waves drench New York City and equally huge tornadoes ripping Los Angeles to shreds, here's a movie for you.

    The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

    Roland Emmerich's The Day After Tomorrow has taken quite a bit of flak for being scientifically preposterous. But if you want a well-reasoned and credible discussion about climate change, may I suggest An Inconvenient Truth or something similar? Meanwhile, if you want to see giant waves drench New York City and equally huge tornadoes ripping Los Angeles to shreds, here's a movie for you.

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