Thursday, June 07, 2007

20:07 (Should've Listened to Al Gore)

each morning a screenshot from the 20th minute and 7th second of a movie


[beep. beep. beep]

8 comments:

Paul C. said...

Most big-budget FX extravaganzas are bland as hell, but this one was actually kinda bizarre. There were a handful of memorable "am I really seeing this?" moments, enough to recommend it, I think. When Jake and Emmy Rossum were trying to outrun the approaching cold (!) I knew the movie was some kind of weirdo classic. I'm not sure THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW is any good, but I really enjoyed it.

Anna said...

I must admit I liked The Day After Tomorrow as well - though as I was watching it I was very aware of how formulaic all the personal plot lines were - designed to tug at the 'ole heartstrings - I resisted.

Garen said...

Advice: Don't watch this movie during a snowstorm.

Kamikaze Camel said...

I too liked it, but I am a bit of a sucker for science-fiction even if this one is all a bit silly.

Those wolves (or were they hyenas?) nearly ruined it though.

Sam said...

I liked it, too, even though it was totally predictable and completely implausable and I absolutely shouldn't have liked it. I can't help it. Casting Jake helped a lot.

Kamikaze Camel said...

Why couldn't Jake have been stuck somewhere really really warm and he'd have to run around saving the world in his boxers?

NATHANIEL R said...

or less.

Rosa said...

It was an excellent decision to cast Dennis and Jake as father and son, I must say. Two for the price of one hotness.