Excerpt: A time capsule is opened after 50 years and seems to contain predictions about every catastrophe that has happened in the world over the time it has been underground. It has always disturbed me how a lot of these hokey conspiracy chillers often seem to contain an underlying "stealth" agenda that depicts modern science as a load of quackery unable to grasp the "truth" contained within a 2000 year old book of contradictory fairy tales and gibberish, and atheism in...
Summary: Interesting concept that falters towards its conclusion. Unbelievable how Professor Jonathan "John" Koestler (Cage) survives a plane crash and colliding trains only a few meters away. Typical Hollywood film with depressing moods and okay visual effects. Only the beginning and middle portion were fun, though impossible and silly.
Summary: Another thriller that draws you in with it's premise, only to go nowhere and leave with a stupid ending. The only reason one would remember this film, is for the 2 staged disaster scenarios. They are both visceral, unsettling and more graphic than any other PG-13 thriller.
Summary: Better than anything M. Night. S has put out in the last 5 years. Like all Proyas films, this has some great vision and some cool concepts. Still, it is his worst and I expected more. Mostly due to me despising Nic Cage. Not terrible.