Sometime Next Week
Day After Tomorrow, where
will you be?”
asks the tag line that accompanies this big budget, special effects filled
summer blockbuster. From the director that made another apocalyptic title,
‘Independence Day’, comes his next, although if we are to
believe current political and scientific speculation this one may be a
little closer at hand.
I’m sure you’ve already heard all the hype, but in case you
have been living in your very own climatically controlled dome for the
past, well 3 months, here’s how the story shapes up;
”Facing how the world would look like if the greenhouse effect
and global warming continued at such levels resulting in worldwide catastrophe.
A world where hurricanes, tornadoes, tidal waves, floods and the beginning
of the next Ice Age, was all we had to offer our grand-kids.”
So it looks to me like another movie that will warm the heart and fill
us all with hope - ummm, but this does indeed look like a spectacular
action packed release and stars the inimitable Dennis Quaid as Professor
Adrian Hall, a paleoclimatologist (or bloke who specialises in studying
the ways weather patterns have changed in the past - you know ordinary
everyday stuff), trying to save the world from this disaster, oh as well
as rescue his son (played by Jake Gyllenhaal), who is in New York on scholastic
endeavors - I didn’t see that one coming, did you?
We feel very privilaged to be able to offer our readers, courtesy
of The Odeon Freemans Park, Leicester, the chance to win both movie merchandise
and if you are available to visit Leicester, tickets to see a film at
the Cinema at Freemans Park (please specify in your reply whether or not
this will be possible). All you have to do is answer the following question;
Quaid starred in another film where he played the role of an English Professor,
facing his own impending doom, what was the film?
- click here (leaving your
name and address and marking the 'subject' - "TDAT") - website
not transferable and are only valid at Odeon, Freemans Park, Leicester.
open until 30.06.2004