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Jack Robinson👽’s review published on Letterboxd:
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A very weak Netflix attempt at a disaster/apocalypse drama. The film provides a decent cast that’s well acted and even provides an emotion depth to the story as we see the characters bond over their journey to save their loved one but the writing and structure for the story is weak. Most of the side characters are either made to be quirky comedic relief but it doesn’t work or just tools to progress the story and completely hollow and bland. It lacks any real thrills or disaster sequences and provides sequences of people turning on each other or rioting which is supposed to be a commentary on a lack humility when trying to survive a disaster and it is just a messy plot. The worst part of this movie is the finale a random plot of a jealous stalker trying to kill the hero and steal his girl which was just ridiculous and then they drive off into the distance escaping an ash cloud and it feels unfinished. Worst disaster movie I’ve seen and it’s not even fun bad.