Geo-Disaster (2017) is a English movie. Thunder Levin has directed this movie. Matthew Pohlkamp,Natalie Pelletier,Erich Riegelmann,Maggie Rose Hudson are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Geo-Disaster (2017) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Drama,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
A family in Los Angeles finds themselves separated during a convergence of history's greatest disasters: a super volcano, a mega earthquake and a massive twister. While the world endures this near apocalyptic event, our heroes must persevere on their own skills and wit to reunite and survive.
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This movie was so bad, it doesn't even warrant a review. However, I feel compelled to issue a warning. Seriously, it's bad and not bad in a way that may result in a cult classic but rather, bad in a way that you want to sue those responsible for wasting your time and money. Bad acting, worse scripts, poor camera work, ridiculous special effects, and atrocious science (or anti-science). Sorry, I have nothing to really say about the scenes except to say that within the first ten minutes, you will understand why I gave this a 1 rating. If your time is precious, stop after ten minutes because it doesn't improve. There was absolutely no talent involved in the making of this movie. Even the title is stupid.
The acting was terrible in GeoDisaster, at one part the teenage girl says, "Mommy" and all I can say is most of the parts are cheesy. The special effects are terrible and look fake. Probably one of the worst movies we have seen in a long time. Don't see this movie, there are other new releases out there that are worth watching. We saw Happy Death Day last Friday, it was awesome. "It" was good and if you like movies about faith go see "The Power of Faith."
Nothing ruins an action movie more, than whiny teenagers who are self centred, selfish, shallow and thoroughly pathetic. A teenage girl who whines because she has to tear off the sleeve of her shirt to stop the bleeding of a badly injured person should be killed off in the first scene. The makeup was not good,unless the actress who played the doctor at the observatory looks like a goulish crypt creeper......and THAT was before the devastation started.
Literally so bad i don't enough giving a review is wasting time or an appreciated warning to others. The acting is truly awful in so many aspects! the effects are poor in such ways it was like watching a game from an old console. Couldn't bare to watch anything more after 15m. For what is a good idea of a film.. so many aspects ruin it. If you cannot create visuals like the day after tomorrow, don't even attempt it.
I'm giving this a wary 4 stars... rather than a typical 2 or 3 an Asylum film would ordinarily garner. On the one hand, for an Asylum film it's not half bad. Which means it's not half good. The whole film (without spoilers) can be summed up as: 1) Something bad happens that puts the entire earth in danger 2) A couple or three local bad things happen that endanger a family and their friends 3) Nothing much else bad happens, evidently earth-wide. Birds are chirping, the catfish are jumping, let's go play some baseball. In short, disappointing and VERY anti-climactic. The one overwhelming sensation I got from this film was surprise when the end credits started rolling. What, seriously, that was it? I reserve 1-3 for BAD films... and this wasn't a "bad" film per se, just not very memorable. It doesn't make any point. It achieves little other than "family is important". It's like a "bad day in my life" flick... which is about all that this encompasses... one single day. One would think world-wide cataclysmic events would entail more than a single day of localized disaster. I guess the special effects team ran out of miniature volcanoes and tidal wave tubs. It's better than most Asylum films... which is still below standard cinema standards. One just has to wonder: Is Asylum even capable of writing an actual script? Or do they just send actors out into an area with a camera crew, an on-the-scene idea-man, tell them all to wing it and then handle all the rest in the editing room? Wait, I think I just answered my own question.