Monday, November 23, 2009

2012, the near perfect art of disastrous cinematic creation

As of today, I have heard people talking much about the latest masterpiece of disastrous film, 2012. It represents the state-of-the-art cinematic technology to create real-world scenes out of digital works. As a fan of disastrous film, I couldn't help wait but catch a chance to see 2012 in theater yesterday. The visual effect is fabulous. The impact is so incredibly strong that you can almost believe the world would collapse like that in the film. I hereby strongly recommend you to see 2012. If you are a disastrous film fanatic, 2012 is an eye candy for you. If you are a curious fence-sitter, 2012 can immediately raise your interest in disaster ventures. If you are just a passer-by, 2012 can pull you into the thought of what would happen three years from now.

All in all, 2012 is catching eyeballs around the world for its near perfect cinematic creations. The film embraces quite a lot of disastrous mayhems: volcano eruption, earthquake, tsunami, meteor rain and hurricane. We can see how weak our grand civilization is when challenging natural forces. The city with million populations is broken into several pieces and sinks into the ocean. Powerful and formidable as it is, an aircraft carrier is subdued by a huge wave and perishes together with the White House. Himalayas, the highest mountain in the world is flooded by gigantic tsunami. All of these special effects are made come true by the advanced digital technology. They have reached an incredible level of reality compared to the old popular disastrous film Judgment Day and The Day After Tomorrow.

Though the earth in 2012 is heavily damaged, the one in reality has not yet. So don't be too immersed into the scenario the film depicted, neither ignorant of the problems we have had. The Mayan calendar ending in 2012 is not necessarily referred to the end of the world. In fact, the global warming, air pollution, forest destruction, heavy population and food shortage among many other problems are the most emergent ones we should begin to fix immediately. If we do not act to protect our earth now, it will very likely be destroyed by ourselves rather than the natural disasters.

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