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Greenland (2020) Review

The problem with most disaster movies is that the suspension of disbelief only ever lasts until something really stupid happens on screen. Whether it’s going back into the burning building or pulling off an inhuman feat of strength, there is more than likely a tipping point that completely takes you out of an already hard to understand situation. While Ric Roman Waugh’s Greenland on the surface looks like another platform for Gerard Butler to fight the end of the world and don yet another job that no one truly believes he can do (ahem, Geostorm), there is actually far more here than first meets the eye.

Greenland (2020) Review

Greenland, a Moving Ode to First Responders

You would think an apocalyptic disaster film is exactly what we don’t need right now, but Greenland is here to prove us wrong, balancing the inevitable cynicism of end-of-the-world scenarios with an incredible optimism in humanity and our capacity to care for one another. There are plenty of us who would loot storefronts and look […]

Greenland, a Moving Ode to First Responders