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A family fights for survival amidst a catastrophic natural disaster.


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What an intense, intense, and unexpected movie 'Greenland' is. Reuniting Gerard Butler and director Ric Roman Waugh after 'Angel Has Fallen', the feature film takes advantage of all the possible clichés of the so-called disaster films - like 'Geostorm', 'Independence Day' and the like. However, contrary to what usually happens, this is not exactly a bad thing. After all, even with so many generic moments in the story of a family trying to survive the end of the world, we find good moments here. Firstly, the good performance of Brazilian Morena Baccarin ('Deadpool') and Roger Dale Floyd ('Doctor Sleep'). Butler is also good, but doesn't differ much from other works. In addition, the film's sense of urgency stands out, with meteors coming to Earth. Something that, I confess, is much scarier than an earthquake or the like. It's a movie full of banalities and generic moments, but it hits the mark with that audience who likes adrenaline - and, on top of that, with some good reflections on morality and ethics at the end of the world.



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A family struggles for survival in the face of a cataclysmic natural disaster.

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