I have just decided that I do not like this movie. And I haven’t even watched the whole thing yet.
The reason I don’t like it doesn’t lie on its cinematographic value nor on its acting (good or bad – can’t really tell, coz as I said, I haven’t watched the entire movie yet) nor on its storyline.
The reason I don’t like it is that I was able to catch scenes of the movie while on my daily bus ride from Ayala to Boni. And the scene with the bad guy (I assume he’s a bad guy, because one of the good girls flipped a finger at him and he died in the end – albeit in a very heroic manner) and his two boys staring at the closing “ship/Noah’s-ark-wannabe” – that scene – made me cry.
2012 made me look completely stupid, blubbering over that scene. That’s why I don’t like this movie.
At least, it gave me a moral lesson – It made me realize that people we don’t like… someone likes them. Someone loves them. They’re worth something. They’re worth giving a second chance to. In the end of the world, they’re probably still worth saving. Or not.
Ugh. I don’t like this movie.
Author/Founder at Almond Tree Publications
Joanna Alonzo is a walking paradox. She is a beautiful, albeit messy, mixture of thought and emotion, expressed in the form of hopefully readable – and relatable – stories. She is a kingdom kid, who looks forward to being a writer and storyteller even when she reaches heaven. She is passionate about the unreached, about those who have yet to know the Love she found in the arms of the Almighty. She is intrigued by the world and its people, who day by day, continue to convince her that God is the greatest Storyteller of all.