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Plot: In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his daughter. Runtime: 114 mins Release Date: 29 May 2015
An Excellent Movie With Irresistible Women. (by avirariva)
Chief Raymond 'Ray' Gaines Johnson is a Los Angeles Fire Department helicopter-rescue pilot. Recently divorced from his estranged wife Emma Gugino , he calls his daughter Blake Daddario to talk about their upcoming trip to San Francisco. Meanwhile, Caltech seismologist Lawrence Hayes Giamatti and his colleague Dr. Kim Park Will Yun Lee are at the Hoover Dam when an unknown fault nearby ruptures, triggering a massive earthquake which collapses the dam, killing Park in the process. After Ray is called into work, Blake reluctantly decides to go with her mother Emma's new <more>
boyfriend Daniel Riddick Gruffudd .Hayes discovers that the San Andreas Fault is starting to shift, causing a massive 9.1 earthquake that starts ripping apart major cities along the fault line. At the same time, Emma is having lunch with Daniel's sister Susan Minogue in a highrise restaurant when the quake hits Los Angeles, destroying much of the city with Susan among its heavy casualties. Ray is able to save Emma, and they barely escape the city on his helicopter. Much of California becomes affected by the quake. In San Francisco, Blake and Daniel are trapped in their car on the basement of the latter's office. Daniel leaves her to call for help, but he flees in terror, leaving her behind. Blake is saved by Ben Johnstone-Burt and Ollie Parkinson , two brothers that Blake had met moments before the earthquake. After calling her parents, Ray and Emma quickly fly up north to save her.When enroute, the engine in Ray's helicopter fails, causing him and Emma to make an emergency landing in nearby Bakersfield. After obtaining a vehicle, they drive out until they reach the now opened-up San Andreas Fault. They find an old couple who happen to own an airplane, who end up giving Ray and Emma their plane in exchange for their vehicle. Meanwhile, Blake, Ben and Ollie tries to find a spot in the city where Ray and Emma can save them; seeing that their planned rendezvous point, Coit Tower, is already engulfed by flames. With help from news reporter Serena Panjabi , Hayes is able to warn others of a much more bigger earthquake in San Francisco, just in time before it hits; becoming the largest earthquake ever in history, recorded as a 9.6.Ray and Emma eventually make it to San Francisco, just as the aftershocks continue to destroy the city. They commandeer a boat and notice that a tsunami is about to hit the city. Along with other evacuees with boats of their own, they are able to get over the incoming wave near the Golden Gate Bridge. Daniel, who is on the bridge, is killed when a cargo ship slices the bridge in half, crushing him. The tsunami floods the city, killing many more people and collapsing several buildings. Blake, Ben, and Ollie manage to run into Daniel's unfinished building moments before the water hits. They move up floors and manage to signal Ray and Emma, who are searching nearby for Blake. But before they can save them, the building starts sinking into the ground, causing the floor Blake, Ben, and Ollie are on to flood with water. Ben and Ollie are able to escape, but Blake apparently drowns even as Ray manages to get her out. Emma crashes the boat into the building and rescues everyone and they escape before the building completely collapses. Once in the clear, Ray is able to revive Blake through CPR. The five make it to a relief camp in Marin County. The now reconciled Ray and Emma, along with Blake, Ben, and Ollie, talk about their future as the sun slowly sets on what's left of the Bay Area.See This Excellent Movie For The Terrific Story And The Irresistible Women In It.
I saw the premiere a couple of nights ago and while I hadn't heard much about the film, I was pleasantly surprised. An apocalyptic film isn't exactly a new or unique idea but this one still pulled it off. If you're a bit of an action-junkie like myself, you'll probably like this one with its non-stop action right through the film. While some of it may seem a little over the top, it is what it is. A "Rock" action film. I also didn't mind the rest of the cast in their roles and everyone seemed to pull their weight. If you liked movies such as 2012 and Day After <more>
Tomorrow, just want to watch something and enjoy an action-packed movie then you should give this one a go.
There are some movies I watch for critical acclaim ... and there are some movies that I watch for pure fun and entertainment. San Andreas is obviously the latter and my entire family simply loved it.Like all action movies, you have to suspend some belief and avoid taking it too seriously. However, within the realm of disbelief, San Andreas stays believable and you find yourself pulling for the characters to make it .. which isn't as obvious as you might think. Special effects are downright spectacular while avoiding going over the top.If you're looking for a night of fun at the movies <more>
with friends or family in the next couple of weeks, San Andreas is a 10 ... not an Oscar 10 ... but a fun, thrill ride 10.
Great suspenseful movie all the way through! (by wilfredkenyon-185-190578)
I thought that the epic story of this family led to us seeing magnificent special effects with great camera angles, seeing the whole disaster from all over the effected areas. I thought that the movie was dramatic most of the time about 80%, which kept it on edge. Also I found it quite hilarious how they managed to use a lot of different types of transport including plane, helicopter, car and boat! Well done if it was a competition to include that :D I was expecting a train soon! There were great performances by Dwayne Johnson, and the other actors and actresses and I liked how he was able to <more>
partake in a role which is not all action as in fighting Overall it was a great suspenseful movie!
What you want from a disaster movie and a bit more! (by victoura56)
When you go to watch a disaster film, remember you're not going in there for the plot. You're going in there for the special effects and incredible moments of tension. Does 'San Andreas' deliver these core elements? Yes, very much so. In one word, the movie feels 'tight', as in tightly made. No needless exposition, or characters that shouldn't be there, everything on the screen works for it's place. The actors look natural in their roles. Dwayne Johnson surprised me with his abilities as an actor, the emotions of his character were real. In fact, he was the <more>
best of the lot. The special effects are done well. For a moment I thought to myself 'they've really taken time to get it right and make it realistic to a real earthquake or tsunami' because they have. Again, the plot is not the core element but it works. I won't say anything about it, except for this; while it's something we've seen before, it's done well and made interesting. It's been an hour since I walked out of the cinema, so having chewed this movie in my mind, I could recommend it to anyone.
I saw this just yesterday on it's opening day in the UK and I would say it's better then I expected. Realistic it certainly isn't the closest you'll get to that as far as disaster movies go is The Impossible but I'm not here to review that one but the earthquake quake scenes are the most impressive to date. Duane Johnson hardly qualifies as an actor but he does serve his purpose as rescue pilot Ray who must save his wife Emma and his daughter Blake who is abandoned by her no-good step father. Blake is joined by British I think Australian engineer Ben and his little bro <more>
Ollie who come to her rescue. I think that these two are clearly added to the movie simply to as a romantic interest and to make her plight less lonely. Of course you know that Ray will come through for all of them in the end and the principal characters will all survive impossible situations. If you want a movie with plenty of tension and spectacular effects but still a happy ever after ending then this is for you.
What did everyone expect? It's a disaster movie! (by otter-stl)
I read some of the reviews here and am wondering what all the negative reviewers expected. Who didn't know this was a huge, costly disaster movie? Who didn't know there were going to be many unbelievable scenes? Who didn't know there would be some cheesy dialogue? Well, I, for one, enjoyed it. The last good disaster movie I saw was The Towering Inferno, and you know that was a long, long time ago. It's still my favorite disaster flick. San Andreas, of course, had much better special effects. several decades later, better effects, right? I thought the scenes of the <more>
destruction were amazing. We all know disaster movies usually focus on a handful of people in it and this one was no different. The movie was entertaining for me. I hope it is for you, too. :
Best disaster movie in 19 years (by kristian-eloluoto-26-904656)
Los Angeles, San Francisco and even Hoover Dam in Nevada is getting wasted by series of huge earthquakes, which are caused by the San Andreas fault zone – thank god, we have Dwayne Johnson!San Andreas is that kind of "blow your brains out and hold on!" -destruction porn, what I have waited for 19 years, since Independence Day. It is really f**n entertaining and I love'd every second of the ride.Also the 3D is created well – even though stereoscopic effect is generated afterwards in digital post-production.There are dozens of stupid and illogical takes and sequences that <more>
makes you face palm yourself, but the fact is, that San Andreas is just awesome disaster movie.
It's a Dwayne Johnson movie, what else would you expect??!! (by santiagonunez16)
A movie with CGI and The Rock disguised as a disaster movie was actually a lot of fun. While it won't win any Oscars, it doesn't mean it's a bad film. Dwayne Johnson owns the movie right from the opening scene where we expect him to take charge of daring rescue after a motorist has steered off the road and is hanging on a cliff. Then there is the constant flexing of his huge biceps as he vogues for every scene from helicopter rescues to steering boats and planes. Still, this is the big budget, special effects movie Hollywood puts out every summer and the thrills are as huge as the <more>
big guy himself. The story is simple, sure we've seen it done before: divorcing dad from estranged soon to be ex-wife, in this case she's moved on to a richer boyfriend, and the daughter caught in between all of this will set off the story in motion. The most underrated actor in the world, Paul Giamatti, is brilliant as the scientist who figures out the catastrophic events that will soon unfold. The story would have been just as good with him in the lead and focusing on his character instead, but let's face it, he isn't the type of box office draw as The Rock. Still, I found his character underused a lot in this movie. San Francisco begins to crumble, along with various parts of California when the San Andreas fault lines give in. Now it's up to emergency rescue helicopter pilot to step up his game and do what he can to save his estranged wife and daughter. Think Die Hard of disaster movies. While the movie is predictable, loud, full of some decent CGI effects, it's still a pretty good night at the movies. Anyone who walks into a Dwayne Johnson movie expecting Citizen Kane here will be disappointed. This is a summer popcorn movie that does what it's supposed to and entertain you for 2hrs.