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2012 Movie Review

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It was one of those movie reviews that I would go for. Main reason, my younger brother’s involvement in the movie.

I was told about the movie by my younger brother, I didn’t really bother, until I watched the teaser trailer. I thought it was too much. Yet, when I received the emails about the actual events leading to 2012, it was no teaser or joke.

My failed attempt getting 2012 premier tickets thru my contacts, clients and friends, had made me miserable for weeks. Luckily, a good blogger friend offered me premier tickets that I would never refuse. She is such a charmer, only missing the lights on her head and wings on her back.

The movie started well, when a scientist realized the upcoming problems leading to 2012. Such events are real scientific proven events that did gave me some goose bumps. The unstable condition of the sun leads to unprecedented activities beneath earth. Also, the super accurate Mayan calendar that predicted the event that will be happening on 2012. Not to mention the prediction of I-Ching, Bible and so on.

So then the movie then continued to the understanding of world leaders upon such event. In secrecy they made a master plan. As the deadline becomes nearer the story shifted to the family of John Cusack. He a divorced father decided to bring his kids to the Yellow stone park turned to an adventure they would live for.

I would stop here and you all should watch the rest.

The movie effects were out of the world. It was amazingly well done. Story flow was very good and it was much better than “Day After Tomorrow” and Transformers 2. Even though the movie was more than 2 hrs, it was well made.

There were a few parts in the movie that tears were worth to flow. And also how bloody proud I was when I saw my younger brother’s name in the credits, Ng Chun Seong under Hydraulix. I was so proud, I yelled, “That was my brother!”

2012 is a well deserve watch movie with great suspense and out of the world visual effects. For once, its worth 5/5!

26 thoughts on “2012 Movie Review

  1. I watched it too last night.I think the movie is good.I gave 7.5/10 rating.Just don’t like the sound system very loud.One of the best part i like is when the blogger show his blog about the catostrophere.Very creative and fun to watch it.
    .-= eyriqazz´s last blog ..Howling at the New Moon =-.

  2. I seriously love the movie. WAtched the advance screening too, really awesome visual productions, so spectacular and kudos to yr bro and his production team. all the effects frm earthqauke, tsunami, volcanoes, crust displacement totally stunnin. I really dint think any msians were involved at all in this movie productions.

  3. It watched it for the 2nd time with Rachel. She was impressed too. Heard quite a few crying during the earthquake scene.

    J2kfm: I was the only guy left with a few people. They were like “wtf”?

  4. Hi,
    Do we really believe in some sort of “change” is going to take place in 2012 based on an ancient culture? In my opinion religion was formed to explain things that were unexplainable to ancient people. Why’d it rain? The rain god made it so. Why is the person acting crazy? He has a demon.

    What is my ponit?

    That if there is some “shift” in thinking it will go unnoticed by the masses. Most of us won’t realize it’s happening until we can look back and see the paradigm shift in retrospect. I believe nothing magical or alien will happen on that day. The same way nothing happened in the year 2000 when all computers were going to fail and the second coming of Christ was supposed to happen. Movie looks interesting though.

  5. sorry folks, I have no idea what’s interesting in 2012. It was promoted in a concerted millions of dollars advertising effort, and that’s obviously the reason many went to see it. And, let’s face it, not everybody likes to admit that he spent the money in vain, or could instead have had a fancy dinner. Is there really a story? Anything vaguely credible? The sun finally changes its mind so that the chosen few on Noah’s ark can celebrate a happy end… Would it not be better that the time spent in cinema, the technical efforts created by Roland Emmerich and the hundreds of millions of dollars had rather been spent on trying to portray and prevent the real danger facing our generation, the forthcoming disaster created by man itself, global warming?

  6. I look forward to seeing the movie 2012? this weekend. The CGI looked great. Maybe the story and acting won’t be up to par for everyone but the 6 bucks I’ll be paying for the matinee…. well… I think it will be well worth the price for the big special effects alone.

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