San Andreas
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In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey with his ex-wife across the state in order to rescue his daughter.... (Full plot summary below)

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In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey with his ex-wife across the state in order to rescue his daughter.

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Baret News - 10/10 by Kam WilliamsDoes for San Francisco what Jaws did for the Ocean!
Laramie Movie Scope - 9/10 by Robert RotenI was in the mood for a big, dumb disaster movie when I saw this, and this one delivers on both counts. A lot of time is spent on feelings and relationships in this movie. This is like a Jane Austen earthquake disaster movie.
EricDSnider.com - 9/10 by Eric D. SniderVisually well-executed, shiny and seat-rattling, and completely useless otherwise. It does the one thing it set out to do, though, and so here we are.
Reeling Reviews - 9/10 by Laura Cliffordseems to have its tongue firmly planted in cheek, screenwriter Carlton Cuse's take...hitting every genre cliche so relentlessly it all adds up to preposterous entertainment.
New York Magazine/Vulture - 9/10 by David EdelsteinThere are things in San Andreas that no one would have dreamed of seeing 40 years ago, when Earthquake (with its tacky, plaster-cracking "Sensurround") represented the state of the art. But nothing means anything.
ChrisStuckmann.com - 9/10 by Chris StuckmannSan Andreas is competently assembled and teeming with impressive spectacle but is also emotionally stale.
Beliefnet - 9/10 by Nell MinowSchlock disaster porn...disaster as family therapy.
Las Vegas Review-Journal - 9/10 by Christopher LawrenceIn the end, though, it's like the aftermath of any large earthquake: You'll be glad it wasn't any worse while noticing its many faults.
Dork Shelf - 9/10 by Jason GorberSo who's to find fault with a film about faultlines, where one is simply supposed to revel in the seismocalypse and enjoy the tectonic fury?
Oregonian - 9/10 by Jeff BakerIt clocks in at less than two hours, only about half of that taken up with a mix of models, computer-generated effects and various other explosions and loud noises. The other half is people saying and doing stupid things.

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