GeoStorm Sees Gerard Butler Fighting Against Man-Made Climate Disaster
(Last Updated On: July 7, 2017)

I don’t know if Liberals are going to love or hate this movie because on one hand it acknowledges climate is getting out of control but on the other hand it completely underplays it as second fiddle to the more serious problem of trying to fix climate changes. GeoStorm, starring Gerard Butler, Jim Sturgess, Andy Garcia, Daniel Wu, Ed Harris and a bunch of other people, is basically this year’s Independence Day… or Twister… or Deep Impact… or all three combined together.

The premise of the film is unbelievably stupid but it’s also over-the-top crazy. Apparently global warming has reached unprecedented levels of danger to human life on Earth. In order to control the weather they’ve created a god machine in the form of a satellite that can biologically alter the constitution of our ecology, forcing storms to dissipate, hurricanes to subside, ice to melt, and tornadoes to whittle down to little more than a gust of wind.

GeoStorm (2017) Movie

On the flip-side, however, this god machine ends up turning evil (and the trailer hints that it was done on purpose) forcing climate control to go berserk and start killing everyone around the world.

As I said… it’s unbelievably stupid. You can check out the two and a half minute trailer below, which pretty much rolls out the beginning, middle and end of the film without you even having to watch it, courtesy of New Trailer Buzz.

Now there’s one thing worth mentioning that’s not mentioned in the trailer, and it’s that all of this is happening while there’s an assassination attempt being carried out on Andy Garcia’s life. Jim Sturgess and his girlfriend, a secret service agent, must rescue the President and help keep him alive while the world is being torn apart by the evil satellite.

The only way to stop the evil satellite is for Gerard Butler to go up into space and disable it.

This movie is like Armageddon and The Core and The Day After Tomorrow and 2012 all combined together. They’ve taken about every eye-rolling disaster-movie film trope and tossed it at all and called it a day.

The comment section aren’t above the idea of both ridiculing and praising the movie, saying that it looks stupid (and it does) but that it also looks entertaining (and it kind of does).

It’s a dumb looking movie that’s due out on October 20th later this year, oddly missing the summer movie mania beat.

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  • PizzaWolf

    I love the fantasy setting of man made climate change. It’s like liberal masturbation, right? They have to make one movie reaffirming their religious beliefs at least every two years so they can feel better about themselves for giving money to ‘the cause.’

  • tajlund

    This reminds me of the time that moron liberal scientists proposed detonating explosives at the poles to change the climate. We are seriously going to screw things up if we let the idiots who have to fake climate data manipulate the actual weather and climate.

    • mikebrand83

      Or spreading sulphur into the atmosphere to “cool” the planet… Because yeah, killing forests through acid rain sure is going to be helpful to the environment!

  • descent3031

    It looks beautifully done, but all these movies take themselves way too seriously these days. There will be an hour of dialogue berating people for not spending their money on solar panels and 0 scenes of Ben Affleck yelling “NOOO HARRY I LOVE YOOOUUUU!!!!” at Bruce Willis through a space elevator.


    This is Day After Tomorrow levels of stupid that shouldn’t even be possible. I guess Gerard Butler needed a check to tide him over until the inevitable London Has Fallen sequel.