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Jack Hall, paleoclimatologist, must make a daring trek from Washington, D. to New York City to reach his son, trapped in the cross-hairs of a sudden international storm which plunges the planet into a new Ice Age.
It is just another day at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a few astronauts were repairing a satellite until, out of nowhere, a series of asteroids came crashing into the shuttle, destroying it.
As he and his drill team prepare for space excavation, the asteroid is still heading towards the Earth. Footage from this film (namely the destruction of the Atlantis space shuttle) was utilized in a hoax which purportedly featured actual satellite photographs of the February 1, 2003 destruction of Space Shuttle Columbia.
Also some outtakes (1 per character) were featured at the very end of the credits with text underneath saying 'In loving memory of You know, looking at what people here have to say about this movie, I think there are two problems.
She went on to achieve critical recognition with roles in Heavy, Empire Records (both 1995), That Thing You Do! She then appeared in films such as Inventing the Abbotts (1997), Armageddon (1998), Cookie's Fortune, Onegin (both 1999), Dr.
T & the Women (2000), and One Night at Mc Cool's (2001).
It does promise all the visceral pleasures you can get your fill of, if you're up to it.
And on that level, it aims, and hits the target with style.
Not every movie has to explore the depths of humanity, and teach us new things about ourselves. On the other hand, there are variances in entertainment.I think Armageddon was actually conceived by suits in a studio office (no really, I read that in a magazine), which is I guess another strike against it.Yet only a bunch of suits could come up with a 'high concept' like this (so high it's basically a parody by itself.) And only a director like Michael Bay could make it. I do think if you're going to ditch convention and any semblance to reality, you may as well go all the way.Those who proclaim Armageddon to be the greatest action movie ever are generally those who, last summer, said the same about Con Air, and the year before, said the same about Independence Day.Now, Armageddon is slightly better than the absolute mediocrity and "one-time-in-the-theater-but-only-with-a-big-screen-and- digital-sound" kind of summer hit that we usually see, but by two virtues only. It promises no plot, no characters, little reason to care, etc.