Characters punched from the same dress-up-doll book that was used for a thousand other movies, and coincidences that make the plot-line of Starship Troopers seem like a model of non-contrivance.

You just know that as the world is falling apart, our heroes are going to survive by mere millimetres. Yet somehow it is quite exciting in parts, and some of the special effects are most definitely impressive.

I have a copy on a test disc — Blu-ray of course, I sneer these days at mere DVDs — which the first to ask in comments (Australian postal address only) may have.

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4 Responses to 2012

  1. Shane A says:

    I’m a sucker for a disaster flick Stephen and I’d love to get this if I could 🙂

  2. Michael Cuddihy says:

    OH DEAR. Missed out on the that one. I reckon I would have liked it, but pretty sure my it would have been watched without wife. For some reason, she can’t watch these sort of movies.

  3. Shane A says:

    Thanks again for this Stephen. Looking forward to watching it tonight! 🙂

  4. Rsaeire says:

    I didn’t think the CGI was very impressive and during viewing the movie I just thought “ah, The Day After Tomorrow has a sequel”, as the CGI looked very similar to Emmerich’s 2004 disaster movie. Granted, I imagine Emmerich used the same effects company who worked on The Day After Tomorrow for 2012, but I felt very underwhelmed in a “seen it all before” way.

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