Don't ask whether or not you should take The Day After Tomorrow seriously. Don't take it at all. show more
Seldom has grandeur struggled so mightily, and fruitlessly, with rampant goofiness. show more
Never mind the cool, convincing effects (and they are cool), The Day After Tomorrow teems with illogical action, improbable coincidences. It's pure escapist fare, a popcorn gobbler. show more
We saw this movie in the theater and i have to agree with Roger Ebert(his review) on this yet we liked the message of this movie to think seriously about these changes taking place in our environment and weather and now having experienced Hurricane Sandy and living in NYC i thought about this movie, it seems this movie is becoming more about reality than fantasy.
This film is action packed, and viewers feel the drama of a glacier meltdown.As Sela Ward and Dennis Quaid try to save the planet from a freeze,people flock to warmer Mexican temperatures.I love such scenes, where we see Lady Liberty sink and people get stuck in the library.The World seems to be topsy turvy,and the battle is fun to watch.Bravo, Quaid and Ward !
Loved this movie! Very touching when Dennis Quaid (the Father) and Jake Gyllenhaal (the Son) eventually find each other. Very intertaining!