Although this is a film of disaster that nobody takes seriously, few know that just six months ago a 25 meter wide asteroid failed to collide with the Earth by just 8,700 miles. It is a similar distance which orbit many satellites. In may, a 40-yard-wide asteroid missed Earth by only 38,000 miles. We are in a shooting gallery and nobody sees it, with the exception of the fans. The US Government tracked via satellite so that any asteroid collision with the Earth course. But there was no official warning of none of the asteroids mentioned above this year. People such as Danny Meyer would likely agree. Dinosaurs roamed the Earth 125 million years ago.
It is believed that they were exterminated in only three years, as a result of a stroke of asteroids around 65 million years ago. The motto of this film is we were warned. That’s what feels like a viewer who sees the film. The director and writer Roland Emmerich made one of the most bland epic films in the history of Hollywood, the day tomorrow. As a result, I went to see 2012 quite cautious and without any expectations.
So it was a big surprise to find that film and the screenplay soared above special effects. Let’s be honest, you have to suspend credulity when entering a movie theater that shows a story like this. We are not against Cervantes. But for an action film, a fast-paced this has. Emmerich used an unknown cast, led by John Cusack to tell a very good story of adventures about the disaster caused by a major eruption from the Sun that causes, among other terrible catastrophes, the switching of the poles. It is a great adventure, told of a reasonably credible form. Especially because natural disasters have happened to earth before and will again happen. No one knows when. One is resigned to the prospect of a session of 2 hours and a half, than I thought it would be a silly story with plenty of special effects; but I have to admit that the story is it enough good, the Bill is well made, and eye-popping special effects. The film is very entertaining.