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Two World's Disaster Message

  • Date Submitted: 04/06/2010 10:25 PM
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Two World’s Disaster Message
      People are likely to fall into visual aspects. Movies are just an entertainment. It is a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement. Unlikely visual sequence cannot be all alike. There are differences and similarities between American and Korean films. Roland Emmerich’s directed movie The Day After Tomorrow has been viewed by half of the U.S. population as well as world wise it granted. Similar movie Haeundae (Tidal Wave) directed from Je-gyun Yun has made success through 7million viewers. There is more action in the American films and thoughtfully more love in Korean.
      The Day After Tomorrow is a 2004 American science-fiction film that depicts the shattering effects of both global warming and global cooling in a series of extreme weather events that occurred in a new ice age. The movie itself had the action. The consultation by NASA scientists was requested before the filming of the movie, but NASA stated that the events in the film were too ridiculous to actually occur, and therefore denied the request. NASA sent a memo out to all of its employees stating that they were not allowed to comment on the likelihood of the events portrayed, but later rescinded this restriction. Not only scientifically thrilling but the technology made it more realistic. The opening shot of the ice shelf is completely CG and lasts just over 2 1/2 minutes. There are also some pretty good performances from Jay O. Sanders, and Sir Ian Holm who bears a small but effective supporting role. The story and concept presented here make for some truly horrific scenes including the basic coming of the ice age with hail storms, and blizzards in countries with warm climates not to mention humongous tornadoes in the middle of Hollywood, there is a very well done sequence in which a tornado takes down the Hollywood sign, plus, my favorite, when the oceans begin toppling New York and...

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