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The site's critical consensus reads "Tepid and tired, After' s fun flourishes are let down by its generic story. Critics found the screenplay at fault, with Owen Gleiberman of Variety writing that After was an "innocuous teen pulp soap opera that flirts with "danger" but, in fact, keeps surprising you with how mild and safe and predictable it turns out to be.
In May , it was announced a sequel was being planned, with Langford and Fiennes-Tiffin both returning to their roles, due to start filming on the 12th August of the same year.
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Archived from the original on July 8, Sadly this film completely loses the plot half way through and all credibility goes out of the window.
One of the worst films I've ever seen. How convenient that right after Jack Hall discovers the plate breaking away in Antarctica and right as he presents this to the "Global Warming Conference," all his predictions begin to come true!
Wow, what a coincidence. What an insult to my intelligence. From there the movie gets even more ridiculous, with nothing but plot devices tossed in an attempt to pull emotions of it's viewers.
For example, Dr. Lucy Hall decides to stay behind with a dying boy because he can only be removed via ambulance.
How touching - he's going to die anyway, lady, and he has absolutely nothing to do with the film.
But wait, her morals are rewarded as someone manages to get an ambulance to them despite 13 feet of snow!
In a scene involving the President we see the Seal of the President of the United States displayed prominently behind him in a random room -- so the target audience would know who he was just in case the plot got too deep for them.
Then another plot device is delivered as a Russian ship ends up right in front of the library where Sam and his cohorts are hiding out.
Usually with a plot device you at least try to disguise the fact that it is nothing more than a plot device. Nope, not in this movie!
So someone has an infection and we need medicine. And what do you know, the bottle they need is the only one designated in English.
These guys are very lucky. But wait, some wolves that escaped a holding cell earlier happen to find the ship many miles away just as the kids are attempting to retrieve the medicine!!
I didn't realize this was a comedy! I could go on with these examples for hours But I think you get the idea.
Do not go see this even for the special effects - you've already seen them in Armageddon. The film deals about ice melting of the Arctic created by global weather change of the hole ozone.
The movie is impressive , New York's flood is overwhelming. The plot summary centers in Dennis Quaid a climatologist who predicts disaster and he goes to looking for his son Jake Gyllenheal to New York staying all the way freezing cool fighting against amount dangers because middle United States are frozen.
The F. Thrilling screenplay dispenses absurd excitement as well as spectacular scenes and lots of action.
This is a fast-paced, stylized disaster-spectacle film. Cinematography and musical score by Harald Kloser are breathtaking.
Direction by Roland Emmerich is fitting as in all spectacle film that he makes. Roland Emmerich estimated that at least digital artists worked on the film.
The motion picture was well realized by Roland Emmerich. In wrote, directed, and produced the critically acclaimed "Moon 44".
Roland ulteriorly directed Stargate , Independence Day , Godzilla , The Patriot , The day after tomorrow , : The picture will appeal to disaster genre fans.
Well worth seeing. Okay, this wasn't as mind-numbing as "Alexander", and I did see it only on cable You know you shouldn't, but some morbid part of you won't let you turn away As for the plot Global Warming can lead to another Ice Age.
This is bad enough, like saying that setting fire to your house will help to keep your beer cold, but in this movie the Ice Age takes only fifteen or twenty minutes to get started.
You no sooner set a match to the gasoline-soaked drapes than the entire house is encased in ice. Oh yes, and you are being hunted by wolves who escaped from the city zoo.
These are the only animals that escaped from the zoo, and as the snow got deeper and the temperatures lower, they didn't have the sense to head South while they could.
I really doubt that there could be such a thing as the snow super-hurricanes as depicted in the movie, but these were the chosen special-effects-ex-machina to jump start the glaciers.
A hurricane is a heat engine, driven by the accumulated warmth of the sun on tropical waters. What drives a super-snowcane? The answer to that one is easy: A bad writer's overheated imagination.
We get not one, but three of these things, all appearing overnight and sweeping down from the North Pole simultaneously. The one that hits New York also generates a storm surge.
A real hurricane's storm surge is a dome of water under the eye of the storm. It's there because the air pressure in the eye is much lower than anywhere else.
A storm surge might go eight to ten feet for a big hurricane. The super-snowcane generates a surge high enough to slap the face of the Statue of Liberty and submerge Manhattan.
It comes in from the east The supercane winds would be pushing all the water the other way and arrives several minutes The pacing in this movie is astonishing whenever it isn't simply unbelievable.
I think the passage of time was sped up in order to cram as many really cool, nay, chillin', special effects into two hours as possible.
The storm surge then does not leave. No, it stays in Manhattan, enjoying Times Square, the Guggenheim and all the other cultural attractions for a while.
Gravity cannot pull it away, or perhaps the ecology is so unsettled that water can no longer flow downhill. A Russian supertanker joins in as another sightseer and then it all freezes solid.
Sea water can apparently freeze in minutes. The New York supercane is monitored from space. The other two, ravaging Europe and Siberia, are apparently less interesting.
At one point, we are told that the temperatures at the eye of the supercane are dropping by ten degrees per second. Now, it doesn't matter if the degrees are Fahrenheit or Centigrade.
In less than a minute, this storm will be freezing the air itself solid, but this doesn't happen. Apparently the CGI budget could only go so far.
This unprecedented disaster forces the evacuation of the entire US. No mention is made of what happened to the Canadians.
In fact, I don't think any mention at all is made of the Canadians. Maybe to them it was just a chilly Spring, eh?
Mexico, on the other hand, is mentioned a couple of times, since all million Americans seem to be trying to get there.
Just how they get there is as unmentioned as the Canadians, since early on we are told that neither planes nor trains can operate in the weather.
Could SUVs? There's also a humble obesiance to all the Third World countries who so charitably took us all in.
Got that? The US has been destroyed by its own arrogance, and maybe now we'll appreciate subsistence farming and outdoor plumbing a lot more.
The special effects were impressive, but they followed each other so quickly and bewilderingly that it was a lot like being punched repeatedly in the head by Mike Tyson.
Some of the special effects shots were views from a space station. At the end of the movie, we see that this was an Ice Age to top all Ice Ages.
The snow and glaciers reach all the way down to the Rio Grande. They stop there, though. Apparently Mexico wouldn't let them in.
During the last Ice Age, which only reached as far South as Chicago, the sea level was a couple of hundred feet lower than it is today.
In spite of glaciers now occupying Phoenix, San Diego and Orlando, in THIS movie, the sea level hasn't changed at all and the coastlines are exactly the same as they were the day before yesterday.
As an atmospheric scientist I was intrigued to see this movie. The basic premise of this movie is based on the idea of anthropogenically induced human global warming resulting in a catastrophic set of weather events that in a matter of a week will plunge the Earth into its next ice age.
This movie above all else is a fictional, over exaggerated drama of well done special effects, poor acting, the most basic and mundane of plots, and a romance between two characters trapped in the New York Public Library.
The main theme of the plot is a a classical man v. As an atmospheric scientist I was very disappointed. Their are very few scientific truths in this movie.
This movie came out in response to a surge in global warming alarmism and portrays the cause quite well in that it is completely over exaggerated, is primarily a political tool, utilizes faulty science to scare people, and is all flash with no meaningful substance.
While not the worst movie of all time it is very close to the bottom. Summary: The acting and plot are poor. The science in the movie like that behind global warming alarmism is highly flawed.
The only thing that saves this movie is its special effects. The music during the opening credits is beautiful and the movie is full of great CGI, but sadly that is all you can enjoy.
Unfortunately, there are so many flaws in the film from start to end that make it very implausible.
One of them is stupid enough to jump 2 times crossing the crack just to get some stuff. It is impossible to walk on ice without hooks on your feet, and even more impossible to jump!
It is too much coincidence that this "cooling" happens one day after. What about the rest of Asia, Europe and Canada!
There is no character development. Jake Gyllenhaal is in love with his mate Emmy Rossum, but there is not one bit of emotion in their eyes, nothing.
There is a chopper flying over there! Helicopters cannot fly in those conditions! The president almost does not exist.
Suddenly one of them wants to go and pick up his brother. ALL of them leave the penthouse. Why all of them? Then when the girl says "Maybe we should just stay here" Jake Gyllenhall answers "No.
We need to get home" I thought they were going to pick up the guy's brother! What kind of zoo is that where wolves can destroy the cages and escape?
No kidding! How brave was Jake Gyllenhall for running and telling Laura "Hurry up! He saved her life!
Give me a break. He stays under water several seconds. The girl just waits for him to come back. If you were there you would probably dive and go for him!
How can she find that place so quickly and in a library??? The policeman encourages everybody to go out. This is crazy! Paper is combustible, but not a good one!
Paper only works to start the fire but not to keep it! In a library there are many chairs, tables and bookshelves, lots of furniture made in wood, and still they prefer to burn books!
These guys are supposed to be intelligent. Can you believe that? They only have a couple of vending machines. They have a Gutenberg bible but not a cafeteria?
The girl cut a leg very bad and she does not pay attention to that. She knows how to take care of her mate's body temperature but she just forgets her own hurt leg?
What about the smoke and oxygen? They stay in a place with all windows closed! How can they breath there?
Writers forgot that fire consumes oxygen too? The chimney is blocked with tons of snow. Where does the smoke go? There is a risk scene about a rope, that is clearly taken from another movie: Vertical Limit.
But here the scene is very unrealistic. They are walking on a glass roof, the sled crashed the glass and the 3 people start falling, then Dennis Quaid sticks a pick in the snow and stops the fall, but the pick does not crash the glass!
Anyone can be a doctor! And how do they find them so quickly? But if you think for a while Just to keep his promise? All in all, it was entertaining but writers DO have to learn a little more before writing.
They didn't figure on it hitting so fast and quickly stranding them there. Question : Is there actually space enough for a ship of that size to make its way as far into the city as it did?
Answer: Yes, well if it stayed on a straight course. Question : How did the wolves escape? Answer: A tree broke the wall of their enclosure at the zoo and they climbed it to freedom.
Other mistake : At the end of the film when they arrive in NYC looking for the library, we know that they survived because they are inside with a roaring fire burning.
But where is the smoke up above, as Jack Hall approaches? There must be a chimney, or else they would have all died of asphyxiation.
Suggested correction: As already corrected, just because we can't see an outlet for the smoke doesn't mean there isn't one.
White smoke against white snow is very hard to see. But they were still burning the books, which meant the smoke should be black, if they stop burning the books, the smoke would have been white, which isn't the case in the movie.
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Vice President Becker: Bullshit! It's easy for him to suggest this plan. He's safely here in Washington. Tom Gomez: His son is in Manhattan.
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Bringing fucking Trevor to life on screen was a joy even if I look pissed here. On August 5, the official After movie Instagram account shared a video of Dylan expressing his excitement at joining the cast of After We Collided.
Can't wait to start filming," Dylan said. The afterwecollidedmovie era has officially begun. Meet our director, rogerkumble!
It turns out that mystery collaborator was likely Mario Celaya. After is just the first in a series of novels from Anna Todd.
Chronologically, a film based on the second book, After We Collide, will be the next adventure. Per the book's Amazon synopsis:. Tessa has everything to lose.
Hardin has nothing to lose After We Collided Life will never be the same. After a tumultuous beginning to their relationship, Tessa and Hardin were on the path to making things work.
Tessa knew Hardin could be cruel, but when a bombshell revelation is dropped about the origins of their relationship - and Hardin's mysterious past - Tessa is beside herself.
Hardin will always be But is he really the deep, thoughtful guy Tessa fell madly in love with despite his angry exterior - or has he been a stranger all along?
She wishes she could walk away. It's just not that easy. Hardin knows he made a mistake, possibly the biggest one of his life. He's not going down without a fight.
But can he change? See the full list. Title: After the Wedding A Dogme film about an engaged couple that is torn apart after the man is paralyzed in an accident, and the woman falls in love with the husband of the woman who caused the accident.
The lives of two Danish families cross each other, and an extraordinary but risky friendship comes into bud.
But loneliness, frailty and sorrow lie in wait. Two brothers must negotiate changing roles and shifting family dynamics when one is sent to war in Afghanistan.
Christoffer and Maja's trip to Prague to bring back Chistoffer's deceased father evolves into the story of a break-up.
In the wake of the events that follow, secrets gradually emerge which threaten to destroy their marriage.
A neo-nazi sentenced to community service at a church clashes with the blindly devotional priest. An unusual road trip beginning in the Netherlands takes a series of unexpected turns through Germany and Eastern Europe.
A young queen, who is married to an insane king, falls secretly in love with her physician - and together they start a revolution that changes a nation forever.
A conscientious police officer who investigates a violent case of domestic dispute in the squalid apartment of a drug addict has to make the most contemptible decision in his life.
Just how far would a parent go to get a second chance? An electrician accidentally dies in the freezer and he's sold as marinated chicken and business picks up.
What happens when they run out of "chicken"? Jacob is a young man used to getting everything he wants. Jacob Pederson lives in shanty surroundings in Bombay, India, and assists in the running of Anand Orphanage and School.
He had attempted a number of projects to assist orphans, including child prostitutes - all quite in vain.
He has adopted a young male orphan, Pramod, and takes special care of him. With growing pressure on the facilities, which is on the verge bankruptcy, the orphanage receives an offer of funding from wealthy Danish citizen, Jörgen, which may put an end to its problems.
In order to obtain the money, Jacob must travel to Copenhagen, meet with Jörgen, get financial assistance, and be back to celebrate Pramod's 8th birthday.
He sets forth, is received by Christian Refner, an employee and future son-in-law of Jörgen. Jacob is shown all possible courtesy and even housed in a posh apartment.
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I knew nothing about this film before going to see it except that it was Oscar nominated and starred Bond's 'Casino Royale' foe Mads Mikkelsen.
But I'd heard good things and despite it being a day so sunny in April that you should really spend it in the park I ventured into the dark cinema.
All I can say is that I am so, so glad I did as this has to be one of the best films I have seen this year.
Cut to Copenhagen and the very rich living of Jorgen and his family, a self-made millionaire Jorgen is preparing for the Wedding of his daughter and as his family gather round the mansion we see that he has a pretty good life.
Cut back to Jacob who after living in squalid conditions in India for so long is struggling to understand the swish hotel he's been booked in for his visit.
When the two meet to discuss the investment Jacob is over enthusiastic but Jorgen is nonchalant and pre-occupied with the weekends approaching festivities, so much so he decides to conclude the deal on Monday and seeing as Jacob is here on his invitation with nothing to do all weekend he decides to ask him to attend the wedding.
So far so seemingly normal. It is at this point that the film takes some dramatic turns and through a series of unexpected events, a few skeletons in closets, the past and emotive performances, becomes a really deep and moving piece of cinema.
I don't want to spoil it by saying anymore about it except it's nothing short of brilliant. I haven't seen a film for ages that deals with such negative and positive issues with such compassion and integrity without being hammy or over the top.
The direction is flawless, the music is fitting and the cinematography is almost dogma in style but with a certain crispness to it. The performances are outstanding and it's not hard to see why it was Oscar nominated and won countless awards.
The way the script is superbly written it reminded of 'Secrets and Lies' by Mike Leigh in the way it captures humans acting realistically in real situations.
By the time the film starts to conclude the tissues were coming out to wipe away the tears of sadness and joy, which is a very powerful position to be in for any film, and the audience left the auditorium into bright sunshine glad like me that they'd had chance to see this amazing piece of cinema.
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A manager of an orphanage in India is sent to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he discovers a life-altering family secret. Director: Susanne Bier.Jahr link die überleben staffel tomorrow legend 3 of. Der Schlussteil des Click zeigt die begrenzten Auswirkungen des atomaren Schlags und spielt zwei Wochen nach dem Atomkrieg, den viele Menschen überlebten. Beeindruckender Katastrophenfilm. Hauptproblem ist, dass der Streifen letztlich vor allem eines film schoГџgebete gähnend langweilig. In seiner Autobiographie berichtete er, der Film habe ihn tief deprimiert und zu einer neuen Sichtweise bezüglich des Themas geführt. William Paul Dornisch Robert Florio. JoBeth Williams.