Scene-Stealers' on-camera "2012" review

by Eric Melin on November 13, 2009 · 0 comments

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Scene-Stealers‘ Eric Melin and guest host Trevan McGee review the new apocalyptic disaster porn movie “2012″ starring John Cusack and directed by Roland Emmerich. The Mayan prophecy says the world will end in 2012, and Hollywood has co-opted that premise for a flick with lots of state-of-the-art CGI special effects. Is “2012″ up to the cinematic standards of the man who also directed “Independence Day” and “The Day After Tomorrow”? Does it at least succeed as a doomsday action movie? Find out in this on-camera movie review of “2012″ with clips from the film.

Bonus: Ever wondered what a special-effects-driven disaster movie like “2012″ would look like if all the FX were removed? Well, an editor has done just that, posting a minute and a half of footage from “2012″ with just the actors. John Cusack and company do a lot of screaming and reacting, and it’s hilarious. Want to know what the end of the world really looks like? Stick around for the closing shot!

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