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The Day After Tomorrow




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber



The Day After Tomorrow could be close to the mother of all spectacular disaster films. It sure held my attention.

This movie is well worth seeing just for its enormous cloud formations, let alone all the other breathtaking scenes.

If you're looking for a movie with a whopping punch, then this one should take care of your cravings, at least until the summer.

The Day After Tomorrow is a formula disaster flick, with a paper-thin plot, very little character development, and a premise that is scientifically preposterous.

But who cares? It's all about the cool special effects and the mass destruction.

Tornados and blizzards and floods, oh my! Entertainingly absurd.

This is the mother of every disaster movie, rolled into one. There are hailstorms and blizzards and tidal waves and tornados.

The entire planet is upset in this film, with global warming causing deadly, extreme weather conditions.

It's a father-son story with the emphasis on rescue and survival.

There is some silliness, but it's a big enough spectacle that those things are expected in this kind of motion picture.

Pass the popcorn I enjoyed it.

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