Greenland was a good movie on its own. However, it pales in comparison to other disaster movies before it in terms of scale and urgency. The drama was passable but not on the level of The Impossible. All in all, it was a pretty solid film, all aspects included.
I liked that this film was about a disaster but it was more about people. While most films who deal with an ensemble cast often sacrifice the character building for the sake of balancing the exposure of the stars, DW made sure that audiences establish a connection with each of the characters before it dished out the disaster.(This film also had Dylan O’Brien and Kate Hudson in the cast)
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