I’m going to see trailers make it look cool (it wouldn’t be an effective trailer if it didn’t do that), and I tend to see the major science-fiction and fantasy blockbusters if they haven’t been given negative reviews for the most part.eventually because of the hype. The
Roland Emmerich must dislike New York City. After all, this is the third time he has destroyed it. The Day After Tomorrow, an ode to an apocalyptic endgame of global warming, is a good ole fashioned disaster film with modern-day special effects. It’s cheesy and unrealistic, but the disaster sequences are well crafted and some of the formulaic action sequences generate tension. The Day After Tomorrow stands a rung above Independence Day (which self-destructed in its final third) and significantly more than that above the turgid Godzilla remake.
Are there any movies to look forward to in the next six months?