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Several cast and crew (even the film's extras) noted that lead star/producer Gerard Butler kept forgetting all his lines. See more »
During the phone call at 43:57 Max Lawson (Jim Sturgess) and Cheng Long (Daniel Wu) phone screen is off then in the next shot its on. See more »
I gotta show you something. Take a look at this.
You remember that day dad took us fishing? He dropped his cell phone in Key Biscayne.
Our dad never took us fishing.
Oh... that's sad. I'm sorry um, just not any good talking about dad issues.
What? what? no... no no n. It's a code.
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A good message to humanity presented in a dull picture
I gave this film 6 points out of 10 only because it sends a good message to all of us, and that is - don't mess with Earth, or it will end up destroying everything.
However, the way the catastrophe is presented in this movie is rather dull. Special effects are not good, the physics of some shown phenomena are hilarious, and all of that is presented in a strange way.
I would say it is something between a classic catastrophe film where someone saves his/her family and the Armageddon (1998).
My recommendation is to watch this once, remember not to screw with our planet, but forget about the movie.
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