#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – As Paleoclimatologist named Jack Hall is in Antartica, he discovers that a huge ice sheet has sheared off. But what he does not know is that this event will trigger a massive climate shift that will affect the world population. Meanwhile, his son Sam is with friends in New York to attend an event. There they discover that it has been raining non-stop for the past 3 days, and after a series of weather-related disasters begin to occur over the world, everybody realizes the world is entering a new Ice Age and the world population begins trying to evacuate to the warmer climates of the south. Jack makes a daring attempt to rescue his son and his friends who are stuck in New York and who have managed to survive not only a massive wave but also freezing cold temperatures that could possibly kill them.
Plot: After years of increases in the greenhouse effect, havoc is wreaked globally in the form of catastrophic hurricanes, tornadoes, tidal waves, floods and the beginning of a new Ice Age. Paleoclimatologist, Jack Hall tries to warn the world while also shepherding to safety his son, trapped in New York after the city is overwhelmed by the start of the new big freeze.
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I gather that climate deniers hate films like this. I would be sad if my political or social stances Completely prevented me from being able to appreciate films that stretch credulity the opposite way from my own views. I mean, I am an ardent atheist and have enjoyed religious films. I am all for science, but science fiction can take a few liberties and shortcuts and if I like it, I will suspend my disbelief. But many people automatically hate what they disagree with.
Anyway, I really enjoyed this movie, as I like extreme weather and other disaster special effects in films. I didn’t feel insulted by the perceived intelligence of the plot and dialogue as others seemed to be. I don’t watch feature films for the latest information on climate change: the news and documentaries are around for that. The special effects were good enough and – okay — scenes like the quick freezing dropping from the atmosphere is probably total hokey, but it serves the rapid pace of the plot. The idea of what happens with Mexico at the end seems a little heavy handed politically, but I don’t have delicate sensibilities in the political arena, so fine. Yada yada yada: Just entertain me. This one does.
It threatened and promised to be a politically (wooly) mammoth disaster picture.
Jack Hall is certain that another ice age is imminent due to the effects of global warming, but the government just will not listen to him. Sure enough the climate changes and the world is at threat from perilous frozen weather, worse still for Jack is that his son is trapped in New York City!
Roland Emmerich was the perfect choice to direct this particular piece. There is no denying that he has no little panache when it comes to destroying and blowing things up, think Independence Day, Stargate, Universal Soldier and Godzilla. What runs true through an Emmerich picture is that he is great on the CGI money shots and knows how to whet an appetite for destruction. Sadly, what is also true is that his second halves rarely deliver on their promise, so shall it be with The Day After Tomorrow. Even allowing for the expected mawkishness that comes with disaster/survival pictures, this picture relies too much on its contrivances, thus completely losing sight of its eco-conscious heart, something that I’m sure the politically aware Emmerich set out to deliver at the start.
Packing his picture with solid and professional performers (led by the always watchable Dennis Quaid as Jack Hall), Emmerich is all too aware that his money shots are what the popcorn masses have chiefly paid to see. Tornados, floods and the subsequent freeze are all excellent moments in the piece, but now, some years later the film has to be called out for being the shallow showcase that it is, in fact the CGI looks unintentionally artificial. It’s a missed opportunity to make a blockbuster with an intelligent heart, and sadly Emmerich, either through boredom or ignorance? failed to seal the deal and craft one of the better genre entries.
Just about average for the destruction sequences, but very little else to recommend here I’m afraid. 5/10
Definitely not scientifically accurate but I love it anyway
Honestly I love this movie. No matter what I’m doing if I see this on tv I go ahead and grab a drink and put my feet up. Don’t watch this expecting realism. Just watch it for what it is – a disaster movie that suspends reality and science to reunite a father and his son during the storm of the ages.
I could write a better story by “The Day After Tomorrow”
This movie is TYPICAL Hollywood. And by that I mean it’s all glitz and glamour without any substance. Don’t get me wrong the special effects are great (although weather effects are easy to pull off at this point). But the movie has no point what so ever!!! Whatever little plot there is, is terrible.
OK, basically it goes like this Big storm comes, and spreads around the world in a matter of days threatening humanity with the 2nd ice age. Storms destroy all the big cities, blah blah blah Since the movie follows Sam Hall (Jake Gyllenhaal) most of it is set in New York. So NY gets hit with tidal waves, and then it all freezes over and then you have everyone stuck in the NY public library. Not bad so far but that’s it. Jack Hall, Sam’s father is some kind of weather expert specializing in Alaska and global warming so he predicts this whole storm. So when he finds out that his son is trapped in NY he WALKS (drives to Philadelphia and then walks the rest of the way) from Washington D.C. to NY in like two days (All during this 2nd ICE AGE!!!!). No trying to stop the storm or anything he just WALKS. He’s not even trying to save his son because he can’t he just walks hundreds of miles to meet his son. That’s it.
Oh yeah, and during the middle of the movie the kids trapped in the library in NY must venture out in the ‘STORM’ for medicine and as luck would have it (or Hollywood overkill) they’re attacked by a pack of wolves that escaped from the zoo. And the wolves look TERRIBLE. The special effects for the weather are easy so that all looks great but these wolves looked horrible. Like these kids were being attacked by cartoon rejects from ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’
They just made this movie cause they could make the effects… there was no thought put into anything else other than the effects. I’ve seen porno’s with better story lines.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 4 min (124 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Roland Emmerich
Writer Roland Emmerich (story), Roland Emmerich (screenplay), Jeffrey Nachmanoff (screenplay)
Actors Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, Dash Mihok
Awards Won 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 5 wins & 12 nominations.
Production Company Centropolis Film Productions, Tomorrow Films, Mark Gordon Productions
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35-IIC, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Arriflex 435, Zeiss Ultra Prime Lenses, Moviecam Compact, Zeiss Ultra Prime, Variable Prime and Angenieux Optimo Lenses, Moviecam SL, Zeiss Ultra Prime and Variable Prime Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (also prints), EFILM Digital Laboratories, Hollywood (CA), USA (digital intermediate), Technicolor, Montreal, Canada (dailies)
Film Length 3,380 m (Germany), 3,397 m (Switzerland)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 200T 5274)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (common-third) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema (Texas Instruments DLP 1280 x 1024, 1.9: 1 anamorphic)