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Only a few years after the American geologist Adrian Helmsley's warnings of an impending global Armageddon by the year 2012, the Earth is devastated from end to end by cataclysmic natural disasters. As the President of the U.S. along with other leaders of the G8 Nations complete their secret project in Tibet to build colossal arks to sustain humanity, at the same time, the struggling Los Angeles author, Jackson Curtis, goes through hell and back to reunite with his ex-wife and their two kids. Inevitably, the unfathomable catastrophes are rapidly escalating, while Jackson strives to give his family a future in Tibet, however, can he make it in time?
A frustrated writer struggles to keep his family alive when a series of global catastrophes threatens to annihilate mankind.
Wow. This rancid trough of gruel may be the worst movie EVER made. Let&#39;s get right to the checklist of goods: <br/><br/>Divorced couple/failure father/mom with new rich boyfriend/torn kids? check.<br/><br/>Indian that constantly says &quot;my friend&quot; and &quot;sir?&quot; check.<br/><br/>African-American stoic President? check.<br/><br/>Smug, smarmy, fat, know it all, government guy? check.<br/><br/>Secret so big that it couldn&#39;t possibly be kept a secret? check.<br/><br/>Crazy wacky mad genius living in the woods? check.<br/><br/>Scientist with a cane and an Einstein accent? check.<br/><br/>Hero that can drive/sail/pilot/commandeer/ride/skate through ANY kind of danger? check.<br/><br/>I have to stop there, because that&#39;s just the first 30 minutes - but you get the idea. How this garbage gets a green light, funded, promoted, and made is beyond me. What is worse is that people pay for it - dearly. In this case, your money is the easy part of what you lose; the brain cells destroyed will not be replaced. Awful. Terrible. As punishment, I made myself watch infomercials for 2 hours and 40 minutes - including the Shake Weight, the Sobakawa Buckwheat Pillow, and Gilbert Godfrey&#39;s Shoedini over and over again to clear my mind.<br/><br/>I&#39;m considering registering for a Tony Robbins seminar - so I can blow $200 that could otherwise potentially be spent within 100 yards of a movie theater in the next year. I will NOT allow this to happen ever again. This film is that bad.
**Possible Spoilers**<br/><br/>After seeing the infamous &quot;limo&quot; trailer my expectations for the film dropped. Maybe this is a little too over the top, I thought to myself. But the trailer depicting a massive tsunami flooding the Himalayas reassured me that this film could provide some epic yet poignant moments. After seeing 2012 I can say that I was not disappointed.<br/><br/>Emmerich found time for some interesting scientific mumbo jumbo in the opening half hour; ludicrous, but interesting. Neutrinos emitted from a massive solar flare are heating the Earth&#39;s core and causing crust instability, hence the magnitude 10+ earthquakes. The next two hours are full of destruction, but it is good destruction. The scenes are not quickly cut, shaky, and indiscernible – they are sweeping and steady so you can savor the effects from a birds-eye view. The eruption of Yellowstone is awe-inspiring (yes, I said awe-inspiring). I was fortunate enough to see 2012 in Sony 4k resolution.<br/><br/>There are cheesy moments (family talk); funny moments (deranged, pickle-munching radio host); and even some philosophical moments (Tibetan monk with tea pot). Okay, maybe the last one belongs in the funny category. If you can enjoy a film for its sheer visual power and not its acting, then 2012 will suffice.
The mother of all disaster movies (and the father, and the extended family) spends half an hour on ominous set-up scenes (scientists warn, strange events occur, prophets rant and of course a family is introduced) and then unleashes two hours of cataclysmic special events hammering the Earth relentlessly.
December 21st, 2012 marks the ending of the 13th b&#39;ak&#39;tun cycle of the Mayan Long Count Calendar, and it&#39;s also the last cycle of the Long Count. The Mayan Calendar ends December 21st, 2012. The 2012 Doomsday belief suggests that the Mayans foretold the end of the world at this time and, since the world is ending, there&#39;s no need to continue counting days or making calendars past that point. While that date would have had significance to the Mayans, there&#39;s no proof they actually believed the world would cease to exist. The ending of one calendar would start a new calendar, similar to how the current year ends on December 31st, but a new year is made at the same time. Some news articles published in the months leading up to December 21st, 2010, finally called into question the validity of the Mayan Calendar, stating that the end date of the calendar is recalculated to bypass December 2012 or that it had already passed. Director Roland Emmerich is known for his disaster films full of moments of comic relief. 2012 has a bit of comedy in it, but the majority of the movie is serious and sometimes quite emotional and dramatic. The scientists in the film state that the end of the world has started earlier than predicted; most likely during the summer period of 2012 and not winter, as newscaster dialog announces that the XXX Olympic Summer Games (to be held in London from the 27th July to the 12th August, 2012) have been suspended in the movie. Since the movie is about the end of the world, the majority of the world&#39;s population die, but many of the main characters survive. It has been mentioned that 100,000 people would be on each ark, plus some 10,000 Chinese workers. There are three of these ships in total, meaning that around 310,000 people survived. No. It&#39;s impersonator <a href="/name/nm3636991/">Lyndall Grant</a> playing the part of Governor Schwarzenegger and reading his dialog for comic effect. President Thomas Wilson (<a href="/name/nm0000418/">Danny Glover</a>) decides to stay behind while his staff boards Air Force One to escape the upcoming natural disasters. When a large earthquake strikes the nation&#39;s capital, the President, along with many others, is helping wounded citizens on the front lawn of the White House &amp; everyone is knocked to the ground. After the President picks himself up, he sees a large tsunami carrying a aircraft carrier hurdling towards him. The scene ends as the wave and the carrier (ironically named the USS John F Kennedy CV-67) crash into the White House. Not really but Jackson (<a href="/name/nm0000131/">John Cusack</a>) is probably meant to, in a minor way, symbolize Christ. Jackson&#39;s initials are J.C., and there are biblical references, such as his son being called Noah, and the arks are to help during the flood. He also leads a group of people away from danger to safety, which is a slight parallel to Jesus leading his followers to a new faith in God, etc. 2012 is based on a spec script (speculative script) co-written by director Roland Emmerich &amp; co-producer Harald Kloser, indicating in the the end credits that the film was &quot;inspired in part&quot; by the book Fingerprints of the Gods by Graham Hancock. The film borrows several themes and elements from Jules Verne&#39;s rarely known novelette &quot;The Eternal Adam&quot;, which shows a distant future archaeologist called Sofr-Ai-Sr, who belongs to a completely different civilization from ours called Hars-Iten-Schu, and someday finds a manuscript inside an aluminum box, narrating how in May 24th, 2XXX, a limousine driver called Modesto Simonet, his scientific boss (who wrote the manuscript), other scientifics on a vacation, and several other notable men and their families in Rosario, Mexico, survived a sudden flooding from the Atlantic Ocean by the heroic act of Simonet, who drove a car as fast as he could towards the mountains. In a matter of hours, the whole American Continent sinks in the ocean, except for the small island that used to be a mountain. They are rescued by a cargo ship, and they wander in a futile search for land anywhere else, only to discover that the tiny island was growing every time they passed by. The manuscript author ponders on the fate of Atlantis, and points a parallel with his situation. This old document leads Sofr to think that his civilization is descendant from those survivors after a period of mass involution of the human race, and that they survived thanks to a whole new continent that raised from the bottom of what used to be the Pacific Ocean for the survivors, and for Sofr is the only existing continent. Also, Sofr theorizes that is imminent that another global flooding happens someday. While the movie is far from an adapted work, a small credit would have been used instead of that of Graham Hancock, given the obvious allusions, but the reason why it wasn&#39;t the case is not known by the public. The world was either not given enough time to finish them or there wasn&#39;t enough money to build them without drawing attention and causing panic. Also, the Captain of the main cruiser tells Anheuser that one of the other ships developed a technical malfunction and possibly can&#39;t be used during the evacuation.
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