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(Short List)   The 10 Greatest Apocalypse Movies - Doesn't include '2012' mainly because it's a steaming pile of big old horse shiat   (shortlist.com) divider line 8
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2012-12-15 10:07:34 AM  
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natazha: Gee, a movie list that has two movies I've seen on it!

I was at a party where "Day after Tomorrow" was being shown in one room. I'd comment on the stupidity of various scenes each time I walked through, until a 7-year old girl said, "Lighten up, it's only a movie!" She was right, a crappy movie, but just a movie.


You party with 7 year old girls?
2012-12-15 09:54:41 AM  
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If they're going to include "Threads", then they need "The Day After". Not only do the people of Kansas City get nuked all to hell, but the survivors are forced to live in Lawrence, Kansas. Horrifying. On the plus side, I haven't seen Allen Fieldhouse filled with that many traumatized Kansans since the last time Texas beat the Jayhawks.
2012-12-15 01:47:35 PM  
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TalonZahn: cretinbob: "2012" was a comedy, dumbmitter

That was my approach to it.

It does have some pretty good CGI stuff.

Other than that, it is a comedy.


I like that to get on a train south, they went to Grand Central.
2012-12-15 12:53:27 PM  
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grinding_journalist: Then I was like, I was mistaken. Thought you said "The Day After" and not "The Day After Tomorrow". Day After Tomorrow is the one with Cusack in it?


Cusack was in 2012, a completely different Roland Emmerich disaster movie. TDAT had Randy Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum and Bilbo Baggins.
2012-12-15 12:19:24 PM  
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Shrugging Atlas: Threads is the most depressing piece of fiction I've ever seen. I wouldn't watch it again for money. God almighty....


Try Grave of the Fireflies. It'll help cheer you up.
2012-12-15 11:04:52 AM  
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2012-12-15 10:50:16 AM  
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I always thought 2012 was a climatologist drinking game.

And a harsh one at that.
2012-12-15 10:10:26 AM  
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natazha: Gee, a movie list that has two movies I've seen on it!

I was at a party where "Day after Tomorrow" was being shown in one room. I'd comment on the stupidity of various scenes each time I walked through, until a 7-year old girl said, "Lighten up, it's only a movie!" She was right, a crappy movie, but just a movie.


Why don't you have a seat over there?
 
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