Geostorm

2017

Action / Sci-Fi / Thriller

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 18% · 97 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 35% · 10K ratings
IMDb Rating 5.3/10 10 119400 119.4K

Director

Top cast

Gerard Butler as Jake Lawson
Andy Garcia as President Andrew Palma
Zazie Beetz as Dana
Abbie Cornish as Sarah Wilson
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1.67 GB
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
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1.67 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
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23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by steveykaeb 6 / 10

If you love sci fi movies ignore the bad reviews

I have been avoiding this movie because of the bad reviews, finally, I felt like a disaster movie and I actually really enjoyed it. Is it perfect? No. Is it the best disaster movie? No. Is it an enjoyable experience? Yes! The story holds up, their is action throughout, the actors are good and you shouldn't compare it to interstellar... it is what it is. A good sci fi disaster movie. It keeps you on your toes, special effects are really good, I guess this is the strength of this movie. Don't believe it deserves a 5.3 currently. At least a 6 in my opinion. On the lines of " The day after tomorrow". If you liked that I think you should enjoy this.

Reviewed by cschultz-2 6 / 10

Not A Bad Movie, Just A Silly One

"Geostorm" is a big, splashy science fiction disaster picture, the likes of which we haven't seen since…well, since the last big splashy Dean Devlin science fiction disaster picture.

Devlin, who usually has worked in tandem with director and occasional partner Roland Emmerich, is the producer 1996's megahit "Independence Day" and its sequel, last year's "Independence Day: Resurgence." "Geostorm" is Devlin's first picture as a director.

And if you didn't know Devlin was the director of "Geostorm," you'd probably guess that he had something to do with it anyway, because the movie closely resembles the style of his previous movies.

In "Geostorm," decades of pollution and global warming cause the world's weather to go kerflooey. A scientist played by Gerard Butler devises a network of global satellites, which form a sort of electronic net around the world to regulate and control the weather.

But somehow a gasket blows in the satellite weather system, and parts of the world develop a bad case of opposite weather—a deep freeze in Saudi Arabia, tornadoes in India, and a tsunami in Dubai, as if Mother Nature is trying to teach us a lesson in irony.

So the scientist boards a shuttle to the International Space Station in order to figure out the problem with the system and fix it. And he soon learns that the glitch is not an accident—somebody sabotaged the controls. And the person who vandalized the system is a top official in the US government.

Gerard Butler plays the scientist in "Geostorm" with an appropriate blend of irreverence, bravado, and attitude. His performance is like all the characters played by Charlton Heston in all the disaster movies of the 1970s rolled into one.

Also having fun in "Geostorm" are Ed Harris, chewing the scenery as the president's right hand man, and Andy Garcia, pretending he's doing some heavy lifting as the president. Garcia somehow manages to overact just by being present, and by all appearances nearly gives himself a hernia when he has actual lines to speak.

"Geostorm" is not a bad picture, just a silly one. Also co-written by Devlin, this is one movie which should've been released on Memorial Day or the Fourth of July—it might've played better with a drive-in theater wrapped around it.

Reviewed by bearalohalani-552-479180 6 / 10

Yes, it is a *bad* movie, but it's a GOOD bad movie

There are a lot of bad movies that are truly awful and unwatchable - we don't watch those. Then there are those bad movies that are mindless and fun, like this one - perfect for kicking back on Friday night after a long week of work. We found it entertaining, fun, and completely ridiculous. YMMV. If you were expecting a serious intelligent drama, you will be disappointed.

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