2012 Movie Review

I have watched the 2012 movie at it's premiere day and the film was great, however, it did not come event to the 50 percent of my expectations. I was on SM Fairview and the crowd lined up for the cinemas. It lasted for two hours and forty-five minutes and the film is well explained. There are a lot of adventures and impossible stunts.

The Going...

The setting was on the year 2009 when Dr. Helmsley discovers that the Earth's temperature is increasing rapidly. He then warned the U.S. President. In 2010 billionaires around the world started to buy tickets for an unknown reason. Each ticket were worth $1,000,000,000 ($1B). The story was led by Jackson Curtis who was a divorced father. The story revolves around the Mayan calendar prediction that the end of the world would be in December 21, 2012 (or 12-21-12). Curtis met a radio segment host named Charlie Frost and explained to him how the end of the world would happen. Charlie told that the world would have a polar-shift when the planets would align together perfectly (known as solar equinox) on December 12, 2012. A polar-shift is a state of a planet where the crust would rotate and places will change poles (which was supported by Einstein). Massive cracks appeared in the San Andreas fault in California. Earthquakes were everywhere and heat is rising very fast at every part of the globe. Beforehand the Chinese were ordered to take up a secret mission to build huge arks beneath the Himalayas. Earthquakes then began to shatter the world and tsunamis are all around the globe...

But, The Wrong Is...

2012 was a great movie but everything are not aligned in the Bible and the director was not a Christian. The story was based on the Mayan calendar and not on the Word. Jesus said: "No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." (Matt. 24:36) and the Mayan calendar said that the world would end in December 12, 2012. It is clear at the first that the film is not aligned to the Word. The film also showed no rapture (rapture of the saints) where it should take place before the great tribulation. The Earth (in the movie) was destroyed by the earthquakes and the tsunamis killed everyone on every part of the globe. Beforehand they built arks that can withstand the impact of the tsunamis and save the human race. God has said before: "Never again will all life be cut off by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth." Genesis 9:11. In Revelation, God said that a third of the Earth will be destroyed by falling stars (may be meteors or a comet) and waters will turn into blood. In the end the polar-shift is already finished and the waters began to reside, people are now preparing to start the new age at the new year and the date was: January 27, 0001. It also conflicts the promises of God in the book of Revelation that there will be a new Heaven and Earth after all the tribulation is done. This movie is just one of the greatest fiction movies ever made but it is not a prediction that is in line with the words in the Bible.

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anne said...

I Agree that 2012 is a great movie pero like you said... I expect a lot from it pero parang ang layo ng ineexpect ko sa ngyari... Hinahanap ko dun ung faith nila in God ei.. kung pano nila mahahandle that kind of situation with God pero parng wala.. then kakaiba ung nakasulat in bible sa ngyari.. so ang ngyari sa movie is just to show lng ng may end of the world pero thats it!! the other is non sense..

Angel said...

right. si roland emerich ung direktor. he's not a christian. lahat ng nangyari sa 2012 movie ay hndi nakasulat sa bible...

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