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Greenland (2020 film)

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Quartz, 26 Jun 2020.

  1. Quartz

    Capodecina

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    Is it just me or does this look epically bad?

     
  2. spikey57

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    Looks like a deep impact rehash but worse. I thought Gerard Buttler would have learnt his lesson from that awful geostorm film he did not to go anywhere near that genre again.
     
  3. Malevolence

    Capodecina

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    It's not supposed to be Citizen Kane or Trois couleurs, you switch your brain off and enjoy the cheesy chaos whilst laughing at the 'science'.
     
  4. Maundie

    Mobster

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    Exactly, there's a reason Armageddon, Avatar etc. did well at the box office.

    I actually quite liked Geostorm as a film because it's easy watching so will look forward to watching this as well.
     
  5. Liquid_Entity

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    I love a good disaster movie. I've watched 2012, Day After Tomorrow amongst others dozens of times.
     
  6. ElliorR

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    I’ll go and see this. Yes it’ll be crap but I like switching my brain off at the cinema.
     
  7. robfosters

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    Like I’ve always said with these films, the build up to the disaster and the actual event is the best bit. The aftermath part always feels a bit meh.
     
  8. checjb

    Wise Guy

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    I couldn't agree more, robfosters. Same with zombie movies. The fall is great, the aftermath is usually fairly dull.
     
  9. Tombstone

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    I mean...on the plus side....Morena Baccarin
     
  10. Kyo

    Soldato

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    Looks pretty good but didn't he save the world already in Geostorm :p
     
  11. arknor

    Caporegime

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    gerard butler usually makes worst films than nicholas cage