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Humanity has a strange fascination with its own demise. For a species that prides itself on control, we seem to make a lot of movies about not having any. By common agreement, these should be some of the most poignant stories around, exploring the sufferings of human helplessness. Except most large-scale disaster films are too distracted with the large-scale disasters to give much attention to the characters whose lives are consequently being ruined. Movies like 2012, The Day After Tomorrow, even Independence Day, become little more than destruction candy and CGI-flexing. San Andreas follows the tradition closely. It’s a Michael Bay movie... read full article
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