Greenland

Greenland

By Ric Roman Waugh

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2020-12-18
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 1h 59min
  • Director: Ric Roman Waugh
  • Production Company: STX Entertainment
  • Production Country: United Kingdom, United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 19.99
7.2/10
7.2
From 2,678 Ratings

Description

A family fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena Baccarin), and young son Nathan make a perilous journey to their only hope for sanctuary. Amid terrifying news accounts of cities around the world being leveled by the comet's fragments, the Garrity's experience the best and worst in humanity while they battle the increasing panic and lawlessness surrounding them. As the countdown to global apocalypse approaches zero, their incredible trek culminates in a desperate and last-minute flight to a possible safe haven.

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  • Ignores it’s own plot devices

    1
    By IamCindy2Day
    So, essentially a man has to save his family because the government won’t allow his diabetic son into the shelters. Presumably, this is because he won’t survive without insulin and resources must be used for those likely to survive. Spoiler alert! By the end of the movie the writers seem to have forgotten this fact and the insulin dependent child is doing just fine without it. I wasn’t expecting a carefully plotted masterpiece but come on! Lazy writing.
  • Not worth the time

    1
    By vstrother
    Nothing about the movie is realistic. My favorite part is when they fly from Canada to green in an overstuffed twin engine plane without refueling. It was the like the 47-shot revolver in movies.
  • review

    4
    By Dropthebass1305
    reminded me of 2012
  • Stunning Graphics & Story Detail

    5
    By The_Kid_Stargazer
    As a writer, it is amazing when a movie comes along the not only has a great story line and is filmed well, but is so realistic that it’s almost as if you’re a part of the film. There were minor details it the storyline that mad it that much more believable; to me this is more then just an action movie, it’s a family drama, thriller, packed with heart warming and heart wrenching moments and an occasional splash of humor. The chemistry between the actors was great too, giving it a more believable feel. 10/10 would recommend.
  • Good and Bad.

    3
    By Diathen
    The science in this is ..terrible. but there were still moments of suspense that drove me from my chair. Good beginning and rising, okay mid-stride.
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  • Worst

    1
    By sjrdragon
    I rarely if ever make sweeping negative reviews. This is the worst movie I ever attempted to watch, several times just turned it off. Unbelievably bad plot turns.
  • Excellent Film!!

    5
    By WI ROCK MAN
    This is NOT your typical apocalypse movie that heavily relies on CGI and comes up short everywhere else. Rather, this film is character driven and focuses more on their story than the cataclysmic events unfolding. Yes, there are some action sequences that are very well done. But the character development comes first. The actors do a great job of making you FEEL how someone might feel in those circumstances. And the situations they find themselves in and the choices they are forced to make take you on an emotional roller coaster. You probably haven’t seen a GREAT new movie in a LONG time. This IS one of them!!
  • More Relatable Than Most Disaster Films

    5
    By Frankyisfranky
    This film does a great job at capturing the beauty of the humanity that other disaster movies do so bad at. Where other films rely on heavy use of CGI, this film (though there are a few instances of INSANE CGI), relies on communicating the tension of relationships in the midst of chaos and disaster.
  • What Did You Expect?

    3
    By Maddog Mike1
    Not the worst movie I have seen, especially in this interesting period of time the world has been in, which leads me to ask all the "worst movie in the world" reviewers the following.....As the world has postponed or canceled everything and taken just about all the normalcy and locked it away in a back closet somewhere with a mask put on it, did you think Hollywood, who has lost close to a trillion dollars in the past year, was going to or expected to keep cranking out award level movies just like it was a normal day? Did you? I for one am grateful to get the opportunity to see something I haven't seen before, even if it is on the lower end of the scale. I'm sure there will be better movies to come, but under the current circumstances, this is ok for now.

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