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Geostorm also known as “Geo-Tormenta,” “Geostorm - Ameaça Global,” “Geostorm: Pericol global,” “Geovihar,” “Globaline audra,” “Tempestade: Planeta em Fúria,” “Űrvihar,” “Παγκόσμιος κίνδυνος: Geostorm,” «Геошторм,» «Магнитна буря»

MPAA Rating: PG-13-Rating (MPAA) for destruction, action and violence.
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Primary Audience:
Adults Teens
Sci-Fi Action Disaster Thriller 3D IMAX
1 hr. 49 min.
Year of Release:
USA Release:
October 20, 2017 (wide—3,246 theaters)
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WEATHER EXTREMES—What are some weather extremes on Earth? Answer

STORMS—Does God control the weather? Does He send deadly storms? Answer

What is THE FEAR OF THE LORD? Answer

changes in climate throughout human history

modern claims that man is going to severely alter Earth’s climate

politics and people who strive for power

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Featuring: Gerard ButlerJake Lawson
Abbie CornishSarah Wilson
Jim SturgessMax Lawson
Andy GarciaPresident Andrew Palma
Ed HarrisLeonard Dekkom
Alexandra Maria Lara … Ute Fassbinder
Daniel Wu … Cheng Long
Eugenio Derbez … Al Hernandez
Amr Waked … Ray Dussette
Adepero Oduye … Eni Adisa
Robert Sheehan … Duncan Taylor
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Director: Director: Dean Devlin—“Independence Day: Resurgence” (2016), 2nd Unit Director, Producer, Writer: “Independence Day” (1996), Producer, Writer: “Stargate” (1994)
Producer: Warner Bros.
Electric Entertainment
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Distributor: Warner Bros. Pictures

“Control the weather, control the world”

Here’s what the distributor says about their film: “When the network of satellites designed to control the global climate start to attack Earth, it’s a race against the clock to uncover the real threat before a worldwide geostorm wipes out everything and everyone.

An experimental weather regulating system called Dutch Boy has been weaponized to take out countries by creating geostorms. The story follows a stubborn, but charming, satellite designer (Gerard Butler) who, when the world’s climate-controlling satellites malfunction, has to work together with his estranged brother to save the world from a man-made storm of epic proportions. A trip into space follows, while on Earth a plot to assassinate the president begins to unfold.”

  • Violence: Very Heavy
  • Profane language: Moderate—“J*sus” (2), “G*d-d*mn” (2), “Oh my G*d” (3), “Oh G*d,” “G*d,” “h*ll” (5), “d*mn” (3)
  • Vulgar/Crude language: Moderate—“Holy sh*t,” bullsh*t, s-words (4), son of a b*tch (2), “She's hot,” “Technically, you're not supposed to be sleeping together,” “p*ssed,” “b*stard”
  • Nudity: Mild—apparently naked men in locker room towels, beach scene with women in bikinis, cleavage, bare-chested men
  • Sex: Mild—kissing, couple in bed—apparent pre-sex play (interrupted)
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Movie Critics
…it’s so, so, so much fun. …It zips along… I made a conscious decision to buy its premise very early on, and realised half way through I was having so much fun watching the film. Not ironically: I had a massive grin on my face. …
Simon Brew, Den of Geek
…An inanely spectacular disaster movie… If you’ve ever wanted to see a tidal wave sweep over the horizon of a waterless desert or eggs frying on a superheated city street, “Geostorm” is the movie for you! …Devlin has engineered an elaborate plot under the pretext of cautionary entertainment, when in fact, his true motive is to show as much devastation as possible. …
Peter Debruge, Variety
…The action scenes in “Geostorm” are strong… The problem is that the film keeps slowing down for the political moments. …
Rick Bentley, Tribune News Service
…There's self-sacrifice and heroism in the mix, to be sure. But frankly, this tale would probably make more sense if you could just turn off the dialogue and watch the splashy images roll by. …
Bob Hoose, Plugged In
…not enough Gerard Butler… The movie explains its science in a talky, dry way that makes you immediately check out. …a big, boring mess…
Randy Cordova, The Republic (Phoenix AZ)
…The planetary disaster film equivalent of a two-hour call to tech support… Makes one nostalgic for “The Day After Tomorrow.” …badly deployed and oddly unmoving mayhem…
John DeFore, The Hollywood Reporter
…Gerard Butler's dull disaster movie is a washout… [2/5]
Charles Bramesco, The Guardian [UK]