According to an ancient Mayan calendar, the world will end in the year 2012. In this film, we can only hope John Cusack is one of the victims. It is only then, we will be free of the true curse of this planet, John Cusack.
Not really. The ancient Mayan calendar actually says there will be a life altering event in 2012, something that reveals itself to lead us into the future. Director Roland Emmerich took the story, turned it into a pile of garbage, and is giving us 2’012′ instead. If there is a worse looking movie out there for the remainder of 2009, with tackier CGI and acting, I dare you to find it.
2012 Release Date
2012 hits theaters November 13th 2009
2012 Is on DVD March 9th 2010
John Cusack, Amanda Peet, Danny Glover, Thandie Newton, Oliver Platt, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Woody Harrelson, George Segal
2012 Reminds me of
Oh lets see, every other Roland Emmerich disaster film that goes overboard on CGI. Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow.
The title refers to the end-date of the current (13th) b’ak’tun of the Long Count calendar, used by the Mayan Meso-American civilization. In their creation myth, we live in the fourth “”attempt”” at creating the world, while the third attempt was dismissed
This film looks gayer than bicycle shorts. Director Roland Emmerich is the same boner that delivered us such brain-numbing gems like The Day After Tomorrow, Independence Day and Godzilla. We have no faith in the movie 2012.