July 21, 2004
Here's an interesting little dig I found in the MSN movie review
for Day After Tomorrow
The Story: A paleoclimatogist (Dennis Quaid) races to save the world and his Manhattan-trapped son (Jake Gyllenhaal) from an impending Ice Age brought on by the effects of global warming (or, as the gun-shy Fox marketers call it, "global climate change"), which causes cataclysmic hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, hail, heat and a colossal tidal wave. Not for the weatherphobic.
Couldn't resist getting that dig against Fox in there, could you? Even though the cause of global warming could possibly be the sun and not humans, and the whole scare could be a bunch of b.s., let's find a way to blame the biased Fox News for it...
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That is why I am not completely sure I want to see the movie. It appears to be as much a propaganda film as Farenheit 9/11. However, the action in the trailers looks interesting, and I always like the weather and nature based disaster films.
Posted by: NightHawk at July 21, 2004 11:43 AM (caz42)
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Posted by: mark at July 22, 2004 02:44 AM (0ozrZ)
Does anyone else think it strange call an Ice Age the result of global warming
Posted by: David Boxenhorn at July 22, 2004 03:33 PM (Zbdxo)
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