Since we were children we have heard that California will fall off into the sea. With all the earthquakes California has, it is easy to see why people believe that. Add that to a super volcano, relatively a few miles away, and the Republican party along with their friends like Nestle Company, California is a disaster waiting for the right moment to happen. You can pretend to believe it is all about the El Nino, or get your head out of the dirt and see it for what is really is.
Allan Loeb, Carlton Cuse, Carey Hayes and Chad Hayes, based on the original script by Jeremy Passmore and Andre Fabrizio who wrote the script for San Andreas has teamed with Director Brad Peyton to bring us a glimpse of what will happen. I said a glimpse, because you nor I can see all the deaths of children and adults in such an epic movie. Yet the overall outlook is catastrophic, since I have no other term that can describe it. I give the film 4 stars, plenty of action, odd circumstances, and the acting was pretty great.
Why only 4 stars? Because the hero in this case had the ability to show him saving hundreds of lives, but he chose just his family, and he was in a position to save hundreds. Here is the trailer for the movie.