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Film Review - Greenland


“Greenland” strives to be more of a thinking person’s disaster movie, but it really can’t help itself at times. Scenes of mass destruction involving the arrival of a massive comet are periodic, giving fans of this type of entertainment what they want as characters try to outrun or outdrive certain doom. The screenplay by Chris Sparling (“Buried,” “ATM,” “The Sea of Trees”) doesn’t remain on big screen catastrophe for very long, making a push to understand the human element involved when encountering the end of the world. “Greenland” isn’t fresh filmmaking, but it does everything a little bit better than the competition, delivering a reasonably tense viewing experience that keeps moving along, cooking up a compelling series of mental and physical challenges for characters on the run to survive an extinction level event. Read the rest at


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