I'm sure most of you have watched the movie 2012 and started wondering where on earth are you gonna find 1 billion Euro to save your ass when the day comes.
And for those who haven't watched it and wonder why on earth you need to find 1 billion Euro, go watch it. Now.
Basically, it's about the end of the world. Three farking years from now. Apart from of its God awesome graphics, (you'll go 'faaark' every 30 seconds at the edge of your seat), it protrays universal themes and deep messages clearly. It's about making tough choices, ethics, morality, faith and sheer human basic instinct to live. It shows how human and humane people can become, and what it means to be human. It also shows that money CAN buy happiness and how China is the undisputed number one world labourer. Being so freakishly real, some parts of the movie can get pretty intense. Like, you-suddenly-feel-like-crying-eventhough-it's-not-a-sad-sappy-scene intense, or you-feel-your-stomach-is-churning-and-feel-like-throwing-up-in-somebody's-pop-corn-box intense. Because the world is fucking ending! There's also a Noah's Ark thing going on there. Biblical and archetypal in a modern setting.
I don't know bout you guys who have watched it, but I think it is farking intense and farking awesome. And it is well scripted and unheavily cliched, being another Hollywood apocalpytic movie.
And oh, you also get to see the U.S. get annihilated first - for those who have a thing against the Americans.