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tlr online
21-10-04, 01:06
I'm following a strict regime of one DVD per week coz I've been going a bit nuts buying all kinds of stuff lately. Next on my hit-list is The Day After Tomorrow. Anyone see this? I missed it at the cinemas. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

Paulie
21-10-04, 07:28
No no yet. I'm watching it tonight. I've got the 2-disc version, because I like all of the behind-the-scenes stuff.

[ 21. October 2004, 08:29: Message edited by: Paulie ]

spence
21-10-04, 08:31
i've seen it in the cinema. Great effects

nerdalicious
21-10-04, 13:17
The CGI are amazing, some scenes are unrealistic (the wolves, like wtf!!) but I really liked Jake Gyllenhaal, he is definitlly the best part of the movie :D

Azazel
21-10-04, 13:20
Its a good one time movie ( or two times mabey ) ... It's fun, but will I buy the dvd .. nan ..

kangaxx
21-10-04, 13:25
i have like it very much too. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

Catlantean
21-10-04, 13:27
Originally posted by Lionel:
Its a good one time movie My thoughts exactly.

tazmine
21-10-04, 14:37
I thought the acting was pretty wooden, & some of the special effects were very artificial. I'd only give it 2/5.

TheEveningStar
21-10-04, 16:22
The trailer for Mr. and Mrs. Smith comes in it!!!! so cool! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Marcus T
21-10-04, 17:11
I saw it at the theatre. It was an okay movie, had a bit of an "Indipendence Day" feel to it (global threat, only this from an environmental perspective). Both movies actually had the same writer/director (Roland Emmerich). I'm with Lionel and Cantlantean on this one. If you enjoyed Indipendence Day, I'm sure you'll enjoy Day after Tomorrow.

Paulie
21-10-04, 23:48
Well, my girlfriend and I watched it tomight on DVD. We both liked it a lot. If you think that is something that may eventually happen to us it is quite a worrying and thought provoking movie (especially the early comments by the vice-president regarding Kyoto and the US ecomony). http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/yikes.gif

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Like the twist at the end too. :D

[ 22. October 2004, 00:51: Message edited by: Paulie ]

andromeda_eats
22-10-04, 02:37
I loved it. Best armageddon movie since Armageddon. Romance, adventure, sciencey stuff... what more can you want from a movie....

Oh, and Jake Gyllenhaal. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/love4.gif

Great movie. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/thumb.gif

Paulie
22-10-04, 08:05
Originally posted by andromeda_eats:
Oh, and Jake Gyllenhaal. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/love4.gif Please don't start that kind of nonsense. ;)

My girlfriend and I watched Van Helsing last week and she is still all of a quiver about Hugh Jackman. I blooming hate Hugh Jackman; he's a good actor, singer, dancer, he's funny and handsome. I hate him. :mad: ;) :D

[ 22. October 2004, 09:06: Message edited by: Paulie ]

wild at heart
22-10-04, 09:53
Originally posted by Paulie:
Well, my girlfriend and I watched it tomight on DVD. We both liked it a lot. If you think that is something that may eventually happen....You know that can't really happen from global warming, right? ;)

TombRaiderfreaky
22-10-04, 19:27
I liked the movie. Great popcorn flick. And the f/x was fantastic.

tlr online
22-10-04, 21:31
Just watched it on DVD. 100% FX. I was mesmerised when the two cells met and devastated NY. Nice underlying message also…

dreamland
23-10-04, 02:43
EXCELLENT MOVIE EVERY TIME WE HAVE A LITTLE
ODD WEATHER I HAVE SOME FUN WITH MY WIFE!!