The iMBD score is pretty spot on for me and it’s on par with other disaster movies of this decade (The Day After Tomorrow, 2012, etc.). It’s definitely entertaining but all these movies tend to sort of lack a soul.
That kind of apathetic feeling I get with these films is derived from overexposure to action. I’ll get plenty of “woah, dude…” moments initially but by the two hour mark it’s kind of lost its shock.
I really wish Bryan Cranston had more screen time, he’s an incredible actor and could have definitely helped this movie.
On a serious positive note, there were moments that stood out for me and those moments were really fucking awesome. It’s loaded with CGI but they still did a great job at making certain shots look exceptional.