The quest for power, want for dominion and the pursuit of aggressive leadership; all of this minus opposition, no matter how genuine and realistic. Ever wondered how we got here?- Geostorm.
It was supposed to feign a brutal act of God, a natural disaster. It was going to appear unstaged, coincidental. Unfair, maybe. Here was someone’s life’s work, passion, and devotion quickly turning into a weapon of mass destruction. It was going to be brutal, global and mindless. Reckless.
It is a thrilling movie, an appeal to the flight hormone.
Geostorm (2017) is an American science fiction/ fantasy film. It was directed and produced by Dean Devlin. Stars in the movie are Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Alexandra Maria Lara, Richard Schiff, Robert Sheehan, Daniel Wu, Eugenio Derbez, Ed Harris, and Andy García.
Jake Lawson (Gerald Butler), a satellite designer tries to save the world from a storm that was caused by climate-controlling satellites that were malfunctioning.
He had retreated into his shell only for events to remind him of his life’s work, mission, actually. He didn’t need to be cajoled for too long to go nurse his baby, ‘Dutch Boy’ and save the entire planet.
This is a few more lines to the end of this review but can you allow me to be petty? Please? Never mind, I am still going to be human.
So, did y’all see Abbie Cornish? Yes, there were other cute actors in Geostorm but Abbie. Abbie please. I watched as she switched from empathic to supportive to daring to fireceful and then, emotional. I watched out for all of the scenes bearing her. And she had to be paired with Jim Sturges. Ow eeem geee. I am done with this review. Bye.
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