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2012 “The Worst is Over” Movie Clip

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The 2012 “The Worst is Over” Movie Clip that recently found its way online is full of the absurd action and grand special effects audiences have come to expect from a Roland Emmerich film.  At the beginning of the clip we are given a glimpse of the Curtis’ family dynamic present in 2012. As the clip continues, the delivered action is so over-the-top it is almost looks like an cartoon. You can’t take your eyes off it though so Emmerich did something right. When the pilot, Gordon (Thomas McCarthy), is reading the manual and won’t take off: “Are you f****** kidding me?” comes to mind. Also, why the hell does the Gordon fly so low when he does finally get airborne? Pull up and out of danger. I makes no sense but like I said, its a Roland Emmerich film. Logic is optional.

Source: FirstShowingSlashFilm

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