The Day After Tomorrow


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 50%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 367246


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Jake Gyllenhaal as Sam Hall
Emmy Rossum as Laura Chapman
Dennis Quaid as Jack Hall
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850.77 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 4 min
P/S 7 / 39
1.70 GB
23.976 fps
2hr 4 min
P/S 7 / 35

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by amheretojudge 5 / 10

see how it's done..

The Day After Tomorrow

It's high on vfx explosion, drama and survival nature but at the end it is just pointless if these are the only thing that a movie is dependent on.

Reviewed by nadinesalakovv 9 / 10

Worth buying on Amazon Prime Video

As a movie buff i rarely actually buy my movies, i usually just rent them, i only buy ones that i find myself regularly re-renting which is an indication that they are my favourite movies, The Day After Tomorrow is one of them, it has likeable characters, it's fast-paced, it has a lot of disaster VFX/CGI scenes. On the scientific aspect - well i'm not a scientist, but as a Christian i don't believe in every single teaching of secular science, i do know a bit about Biblical young earth creationism and for a secular movie it seems to be accurate with that/on the age of the earth aspect.

As someone who loves animals and who is sensitive about animals, i dislike the scenes with the wolves, but i know that they are just CGI, the other animals - i don't like that depiction either, zoos - i don't like, if it's a conservation place then that's fine, but that entire animal depiction - i just don't like it, and to be honest it's not even the focal point of the plot.

Even if this flick isn't fully accurate in everything it depicts, it's good inspiration to go and start doing some research on these topics of the ice age, climate change and global warming.

Reviewed by raynaperry 5 / 10

Not backed by science

Not only does 2004 disaster film The Day After Tomorrow feature big names such as Jake Gyllenhall and Emmy Rossum, but dramatic scenes of hail, tornadoes, and tsunamis. And as entertaining as all of this may be, there are many aspects of the film that are not based in scientific fact at all.

For example, the Ideal Gas law is completely ignored in the scene where it is argued that the frigid air descending on the people of Earth and freezing everything in its path was "moving too fast" to heat as it made its descent. This is not plausible, because the speed of the air would never make a difference in the temperature of the air, only pressure would. In real life, the air would warm as it descended.

The movie also got several aspects of the storm wrong. For instance, the movie depicts several thunder storms merging together to create one huge blizzard with an eye at the center. This would be considered a hurricane, but hurricanes can only form over warm ocean water. A hurricane would also never be able to create a blizzard, as the temperature would never be able to drop low enough. The storm is also shown rotating both clockwise and counterclockwise in different scenes. However, due to the Coriolis effect all large storms in the Northern Hemisphere rotate counter-clockwise.

The many improbable scenes add up to create a story that may be fun to watch, but it is truly science fiction.

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