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San Andreas Movie Review

San Andreas  Movie Review

Average Ratings 2.13/5

Reviews Counted: 6 


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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN

For those seeking nothing else but Roland Emmerich-style mass CGI-destruction, the ‘action’ is relentless in San Andreas. The plot, however, is flimsier than the tank-top Johnson’s daughter finds herself in during the underwater scenes. San Andreas rests on the broad shoulders of Dwayne Johnson, who works hard to try to keep the film afloat despite the awful script. It’s him, and the more-than-decent VFX that save the film from becoming a complete disaster. I’m going with a generous two out of five.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:Indianexpress.com

San Andreas does a professional job of keeping those tremors coming. Dams, bridges, buildings, roads, all get blown up again and again, and then eventually a ship as a tsunami rolls in. Talk is minimal, and even romance lean. Johnson does a good job of rescuing, and Gugino and Daddario of being rescued, though Blake does know a thing or two about emergencies herself. If only Nepal wasn’t a recent memory, one could almost ignore the piling death count. That said, there are no bodies here, not one.

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Ratings:2/5 Review By: Jyoti Bawa Site:Hindustan Times

In fact, there are times when you actually miss Roland Emmerich (2012, Independence Day) and his wizardry of making mayhem so plausible and convincing. This particular disaster film is in shambles and it seems even The Rock cannot rescue it.The characters, other than Johnson, are all cardboard. Despite a good cast, the one-dimensional script, the guffaw-worthy dialogues and cheesy plot devices ensure that you end up laughing at the wrong places.

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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By: Hungama Site:BollywoodHungama

SAN ANDREAS fully captures the terrifying power of a massive earthquake, but the film literally follows the typical disaster movie formula to a fault. . On the whole, if you like widespread destruction, mayhem and tons of CGI that comes with a disaster movie, SAN ANDREAS is worth a watch. However like most disaster films, the numerous loop holes and a rather predictable story line can be a letdown for those interested in something that has depth.

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Ratings:– Review By: Kiran raikar Site:Bookmyshow

The film is a jaw-dropping masterpiece when it comes to special effects and the sheer scale of the environment. Watching San Francisco go down like a house of cards is awesome, with buildings toppling over each other. San Andreas has a lot of twists as well, and has these nail biting scenes where you’re suddenly worried about whether the characters will make it out alive. The film grabs you by the gut and pulls you in for an engaging experience, where you actually fear for the lives of the characters. Although there’s a lot of predictable scenes, catch it if you enjoy action, The Rock and absolute destruction.

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Ratings:– Review By: AO Scott Site:Ndtv.com

The ground-level action is a series of problem-solving challenges, which are stressful, in a fun kind of way, to observe. Computer-generated imagery can produce remarkably detailed vistas of disaster – bridges and buildings collapsing; giant ships flung onto urban streets; beloved landmarks pulverized – but the technology also has a way of stripping such spectacles of impact and interest..

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Movie Name: San Andreas

Synopsis: When the San Andreas fault triggers a magnitude 9 earthquake, a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot (Dwayne Johnson) must navigate the destruction from Los Angeles to San Francisco to save his daughter.

Release Dates: May 29, 2015

 Director: Brad Peyton

Running time: 1h 47m

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