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2012: Ice Age (2011)

2012: Ice Age (2011)

Patrick LabyorteauxJulie McCulloughKatie WilsonNick Afanasiev
Travis Fort


2012: Ice Age (2011) is a English movie. Travis Fort has directed this movie. Patrick Labyorteaux,Julie McCullough,Katie Wilson,Nick Afanasiev are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2011. 2012: Ice Age (2011) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Drama,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A volcanic eruption in Iceland sends a glacier towards North America, causing everything in it's path to freeze. A family man struggles to escape the onslaught of the coming ice age.

2012: Ice Age (2011) Reviews

  • Day After Tomorrow... Wannabe


    We watch a lot of movies - and I exaggerate not here. I would comfortably say we average two to three new films per day. Yay for the internet! So, understandably, we get our fair share of bad movies. The best thing I can say about this film is that I didn't shut it off midway. Perhaps I was curious at what point it would get worse, or maybe I was holding out for some glimmer of authenticity. Sadly, it only got worse as it progressed. The special effects were pathetic. With all the tech available for free download, this could have been way better. Plausibility? Of course, with any "disaster" genre flick, you have to suspend reality at some point so as not to throw the plot vehicle off the road - but this went beyond suspension - it was more like some horrible whacked out nightmare complete with somewhat incoherent sequences and sudden strange happenings that make no sense at all. Nothing is ever explained, probably because most things can't be since they are just impossible. You can see all the base elements of the story ripped right from "The Day After Tomorrow", but the fun stops there. So - I won't pick on specific scenes or elements (ha ha) so as not to spoil the film (errr... yeah.), but lets just leave it at... I didn't shut it off. If you want a good disaster film, I would definitely look elsewhere, because this disaster is not the "Giant Glacier", its the whole movie itself. So bad its not even funny. *sigh*

  • The only thing worse than the writing is , , ,


    the acting, no wait, it's the directing, no, it's the effects. Grr, I can't decide. I usually enjoy the cheap disaster movies but this one is so bad there are no words that do it justice. The best thing about this movie is reading here what others have said. At least I got some laughs. But the funniest thing is seeing 35 votes for it as a 10 star movie, that is just hilarious. I can only assume everyone who worked on this movie voted 10 though given the number of names in the credits I think the rest of them must be hiding in shame. I sincerely hope if anyone made money from this waste they gave it to charity because it certainly wasn't earned.

  • In one word. Awful


    There is not much to say about this movie, it's dreadful... clearly one of the worst I ever seen in a long time. It's a cheap copy of "Day After Tomorrow" but the the plot is atrocious and predictable, the special effects are 80's standards (I've seen better cgi in old Star Trek movies). The acting is beyond poor, hard to describe, maybe a manual on "How not to act properly", but I have to admit that the plot doesn't help much. There's not a thin shred of scientific validly on anything that goes around. I really can't write much more about it, I kept on watching just to see if somehow it would become better and it didn't. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone to be honest.

  • Just plain terrible


    This has got to be one of the worlds worst movies of all time… The main characters specifically the dad and mom have got to be the worst actors ever….and the director needs his a** kicked..so many screw ups and the editing is a nightmare…one minute the family is on a snow covered road with no traffic then they get a phone signal and pull over on a non snowy road with traffic going by them….just one of the many many things…....I mean the storyline is a good one but the they should at least cast actors that ...well....can actually act...... I think I could have edited this better with Windows movie maker.....complete trash!!

  • Poor Man's "Day After Tomorrow"


    I disagree with "familypet" because I was laughing considerably at this movie, especially the ending. That's the only reason I gave it 2 out of 10. Let's have a quick look at the similarities to Day After Tomorrow 1. New York City is the centre of the universe for both movies. 2. We have to "rescue" one of the family members from certain death. 3. In both movies there is a sudden SUPER COLD CELL that freezes humans in split seconds, mind you, the difference is they EXPLAINED it in "Day After Tomorrow" whereas in this movie they just hoped you watched "Day After Tomorrow" so you could understand what happened. 4. Dad in both movies is a scientist associated with weather and involved in monitoring what is happening with glaciers and global warming or climate change. 5. Dad is estranged from the child that has to later be rescued. Now you would think with all those similarities it would be at least as good as the movie it was basically copying but unfortunately for the producers of this movie, Day After Tomorrow had a couple of actors that could actually do a good job. Okay, I understand being so focused on something that you basically are too busy to be scared but realistically, when you have chunks of ice the size of small office buildings coming down around you a little bit of panic might be in order rather than just staring out the windshield like some curious hamster. My biggest problem is the one plot hole that nobody can close and that is they left Bangor, Maine just as the glacier was arriving and somehow managed to outrun it even though they said the glacier was travelling at 200 MPH. Now I could be wrong but last time I checked, a Ford Taurus was not capable of speeds over 200 MPH, especially on traffic choked and snow covered roads. Oh, I almost forgot something, my favourite line out of the movie is when the daughter says, "You're declaring war on a glacier?" Okay, so these writers actually believe that they can STOP a glacier with explosives, even nuclear explosives, and they expect that ANYONE with more than one functioning brain cell would go along with that? I mean, I don't mind being asked to leave it at the door and go along for the ride but seriously, do I really have to leave my ENTIRE brain at the door for this movie? All in all, give it a watch just for the laughs you'll get from the silly science and as someone else pointed out, the poor editing.


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