Synopsis: Everything goes SPLODY-BOOM-BAMSPLAT-KAPLOW-KASPLOOOH-BAM-SPLOSIONS!!!!!
Dude miraculously outruns certain death in a myriad of ridiculous circumstances in which I'm CERTAIN they[him and his family] would have all perished(especially the Yellowstone scene, they should have been vaporized).
California falls into the fucking ocean. HUZZAH!
Eventually they all make it to the vault/ark/nonsensical-vehicles the chinese built(thanks, china, for saving the human race with faulty engineering). Inconvenient other dude gets ground into hamburger, which I find unnecessary. There is a heart-wrenching scene where scientist-dude talks the wealthy assholes, who had the arks built, into letting all the crying-whining-poor people onto the ships. I'm still wondering how all these people even made it to the location and why so many of them are white. Also curious why they wasted so much helicopter fuel at the very end and why for some fucking retarded reason Africa remained untouched even though there's a caldera on Africa that is only a little smaller than Yellowstone.
Everybody[the survivors] live happily ever after, the end.
I was pretty stoked for this movie from all the hype. But after downloading it and watching, I feel as though it was just another excuse for some nerds in a basement in Hollywierd to play with their CG generation programs. Lots of SPLODY, very little substance, decent amount of scientific homework done on the subjects which constituted the concepts of the movie. I did get all teary-eyed-wishy-washy when they showed some of the more destructive scenes but it was more from sheer conceptual shock'n'awe than from the sadness for all those MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO DIED LIKE ANTS.
And there you have it, folks. Over all I give this movie a seven out of ten. It was pretty entertaining. However, it seems as though it's one of those films you should watch in a theater.
Edited by Enki Anunaki, 24 November 2009 - 02:39 AM.