November 6, 2009

2012 movie review

are you afraid of something? what if you have no choice but to less all things pass, would you save yourself or die helpless?

that's what i saw when i watched 2012. it all started on the belief of the Mayans which really wasn't much touched on the movie. it was like another continental drift unfortunately happened on a very specific date on 2012. the human race didn't really had much time but some powerful individuals manage to take on Darwin: the survival of the fittest.

unimaginable things suppose to happen on 2012. like massive earthquakes, tidal waves and disposition of the continents resulting to great property destruction and lives vanish in an instant. however, the Great 8 had been developing another Noah's Ark to save their races. poor China, their people have been used for the benefit of others but they almost didn't have a chance to save themselves.

doomsday scenes are scary. what if it really happens on 2012? what would you do to survive? the images are almost too realistic with the graphic enhancement. John Cusack also did well but i don't understand his role in the movie.

if you watch this movie, you will be holding tight to your seats.

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  1. actually, i'm relating the Mayan prophecy to what's going on with our climate today, hence, the issue--- climate change! many 2012 online articles say about a "polar shift" happening around that time that's why we will be experiencing "drastic" climate change and behavior.

    and don't look now. it's 2009 and we're starting to experience abnormal climate behavior.

    DOOMSDAY!!! muwahahahahaha!!!

    LOL. :p i'm excited to watch this film. i hope Roland Emmerich doesn't disappoint me. :D

  2. hmmm..this movies looks interesting...thanks for your honest-to-goodness review ohmski...hehe. :)

  3. Will be watching this movie soooon. Nice raw e. :P I commented na! First everrrr. xD

  4. @take_me_to_tokyo: woot! nood na! single screening sa mall sa may amin tapos haba pa ng pila.

  5. I watched the movie on Friday.I asked my friend next to me, if they really said 80 Pa, and he confirmed it. I guess, in the English version this were actually 80 psi, which would have made a little sense. But 80 Pascal? Damn it!

  6. @r4 dsi: wow that's very detailed observation. but what does 80 Pa and 80 psi mean? and what's their difference?


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