Well ive been waiting to see this film and im not dissapointed at all. the production are fenomenal,great filmography,great visuall effects,lots of tension, and at times great acting.for those who complain, i can put in some excuses for the producers. an earthquake are mostly invisible,until it happens, and when the shakes is over ,well then its merely over,to make an emersive story out of that are difficult, so i think the product are great.its a slow starter with loose conections to the wave, but manages to surprise and build up tension. the second half are frantic hairlifting action that made me eat 200 gram cheese doodles in 5 minutes.it is a bit slower paced than the wave, and the determination in the events a are slightly looser bound up to the main character.its as usual the crazy scientist against the high nosed superiors(we know-you dont) in the scientific society.the slow actions of community are more ampliified in this film and makes everyone look stupid rather than afraid. that marks some of the acting too.i feel some lack of good spirits and spontanity especially in the startbut i will say it was worth the money in tenfolds watching the signature buildings in the oslo bowl take to their knees,in this mother earth doing her body waves.its highly recommendable, norwegian film are a true and powerful duelant to hollywood in this genre.
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The Quake (2018)
Skjelvet is a movie starring Kristoffer Joner, Ane Dahl Torp, and Hang Tran. In 1904 an earthquake of magnitude 5.4 on the Richter scale shook Oslo, with an epicenter in the "Oslo Graben" which runs under the Norwegian capital....
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In 1904 an earthquake of magnitude 5.4 on the Richter scale shook Oslo, with an epicenter in the "Oslo Graben" which runs under the Norwegian capital. There are now signs that indicate that we can expect a major future earthquake in Oslo.
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do watch ''the wave'' first,to understand....Reviewed byops-52535Vote: 8/10
It's seems foreign disaster films really know how to capture the drama and excitement of the disaster films from the 70's. First you must see the first film The Wave so you can understand the drama that unfolds. This is a slow burn of a broken man who is touted a hero for his actions in the first film. The tension builds till we get to the finally of a crumbling building with his family inside and like the 70s films no one is above being killed. My only complaint is the abrupt ending. The film could of went on for another 20 minutes continuing the escape from the building and meeting up with the son. Otherwise the film is a must for disaster genre fans. Also check out Metro from Russia and The Tower from South Korea (a reboot of Towering Inferno and miles ahead of Skyscraper)
I'm not a fan of subtitled films (the ones on my copy were very poorly translated but not rating that), but this film was an exception. For a Norwegian production, it was grand and impressive. The acting was outstanding, as were the VFX and beautiful Norwegian setting. My issue was with the writing and final cut editing; too many dragged out scenes - I mean really dragged out that the director/screenwriter should have omitted. 106 min was way too long, and with the slow pacing and dragged out scenes, the film felt like 3 hours long. The first half could have had many scenes omitted or shaved, but the last half really needed to cut down on the overly and unnecessarily dragged out elevator and top building scenes and had the pace picked up more. This film should have been no more than 75-80 mins long. That simple mistake cost this film at least 2 stars from me. Nevertheless, still a very good film, especially considering it's a Norwegian production. 7/10 from me