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Neptune US

2009-06-30 00:49

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Neptune US

2009-06-30 00:54

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Hodgepodge of vehicles ...

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Special Ships ... (I assume these ships will play a vital role in the movie)

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CougarTim US

2009-06-30 05:39

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Neptune wrote Hodgepodge of vehicles ...




Quite a hodgepodge indeed. Obviously CGI, but I see 2x Aston Martin (probably V8 Vantage), a Lotus Elise, 2x Land Rover LR3, 2x Ford Aerostar, and a Porsche Cayenne among others.

sandwad

2009-07-15 23:43

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CougarTim wrote

Quite a hodgepodge indeed. Obviously CGI, but I see 2x Aston Martin (probably V8 Vantage), a Lotus Elise, 2x Land Rover LR3, 2x Ford Aerostar, and a Porsche Cayenne among others.

also 2x merc sl500 3x crown vics taxis 2x regular crown vics 2x dodge neon 1x civic hyrid 1x vw eurovan

CRAFT372 US

2009-09-07 16:55

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This is my first post on this site and i hope that you guys IL like it i found a clip from the movie 2012 when some main charecters are trying to escape from a cargo plane via car it is just so funny and origenale it shows us the good old funny side Roland Emmerich the clip is on www.cinemablend.com/2012clip if you guys are interested but sadely the link i whrote down does not work but if you want to see the clip just whrite (2012 plane clip ) Googleand click on the line that belongs to cinema blend please comment

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sandwad

2009-10-14 17:32

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_Re2j4VBRs cotains a lot of car from the movie

Dylbear EN

2009-10-18 18:39

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CougarTim, show me that cars in 2012 on pics please?


lots of cars in 2012 film, I think.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-10-18 20:03

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The film won't be released until November.

dylbear EN

2009-10-19 16:41

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OK. Thankz, mate. November 13th cinema start, I guess.

CRAFT372 US

2009-10-25 16:45

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Have eny of you seen the new music video Time Fore A Miracle by Adam Lambert http://www.youtube.com/user/alteredstateshow enjoy

CRAFT372 US

2009-10-27 16:46

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And here is the 2012 YouTube acount with allot of trailers and making of the scene from the movie http://www.youtube.com/user/2012themovie enjoy

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-10-27 17:14

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In one of the videos we can see a Citroën DS flipping over.

antp BE

2009-10-27 17:25

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:(
Can you say which one and when?
Though that I guess it would be CGI - this car is probably one of the models available...

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-10-27 18:48

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Sadly it's not CGI :( it's a real car flipping over ejected by the typical cannon used for these stunts, look

Link to "www.youtube.com"

The stunt is arround the end of the video.

Snookie US

2009-10-28 05:18

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Geez, and they couldn't pick a better time to release this film...like during the period when everybody's talking about how 2012's the end.

dudley UK

2009-10-28 12:42

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Snookie wrote Geez, and they couldn't pick a better time to release this film...like during the period when everybody's talking about how 2012's the end.


Like everyone thought 01/01/00 would be the end. We'll all still be here on the 22nd Dec.

ingo DE

2009-10-28 12:56

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@wasserspeier: new cars, destroyed in movies are often given for free by the makers, for product placement etc. Often they took "Zero-Series" for that, cars, which were destroyed by the companies anyways. A good example are all the new BMW's, destroyed at the Cobra 11-bullshit. Otherwise: at such an extreme expensive movie (Roland Emmerich-gigantomania...) the price for a few cars is nothing.


@dudley: yes, I remember, too. :) But the same idiocy happend several times before. Just look into magazines (mainly for youth, but scientific, too) from the 50ies and 60ies about the future in 1980. Or think about the hysteria in the "Orwell-Year" 1984. :lol:

dudley UK

2009-10-28 14:31

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ingo wrote @wasserspeier: new cars, destroyed in movies are often given for free by the makers, for product placement etc. Often they took "Zero-Series" for that, cars, which were destroyed by the companies anyways. A good example are all the new BMW's, destroyed at the Cobra 11-bullshit.
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Correct about the O-series cars, otherwise they end up here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43Hf_N2skWI

or even here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fodm5bv4aqo&feature=related


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antp BE

2009-10-28 16:41

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carchasesfanatic wrote
Link to "www.youtube.com"

The stunt is arround the end of the video.

:cry: it even looked good, i.e. not just a wreck used for a stunt. That should be forbidden :( There is no reason to use such car in such movie. Unlike the recent Porsche.

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Snookie US

2009-10-28 18:27

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dudley wrote

Like everyone thought 01/01/00 would be the end. We'll all still be here on the 22nd Dec.


I like that outlook!

ingo DE

2009-10-29 16:21

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@dudley: VW does so since the mid-70ies. Before they had sold sometimes a few 0-series-cars to employees or so. But this was stopped, because it has caused many problems with warranty and spare parts.

@walter: the father of a school-friend drove a 0-series 1972 Audi 80. ;)

I must leave now, but when I'm back i'm telling of a friend of my K 70-club, who was responsible as a chief-engineer for destroying VW-prototypes.

taxiguy US

2009-10-30 06:29

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I'm really looking forward to seeing this film. I have always found the theorey of the 2012 apocalypse quite fascinating. Shame I will have lived only 20 years when my time finally comes. Better get to work on fufilling my dreams! :lol:

HunterMan US

2009-11-01 03:26

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Just another "disaster" movie with tons of faky-looking CGI special effects. I'm a Christian and I don't think what is supposed to happen during the last days can happen in just 2 years. Just another movie with bad acting but tries to make up for it with tons of computer generated effects. I'm more in the mood for a good action or psychological thriller movie with a good ending...instead of the end of the world.

CRAFT372 US

2009-11-11 19:43

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You might be right but i am still gona watch it becose even if it aint that entertaining it il still be fun to see the world end three years before it realy happends

antp BE

2009-11-13 01:04

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I saw the movie on theater today, I was disappointed by some of the CGI (especially those involving cars) even if in general the special effects were nice.

taxiguy US

2009-11-13 01:27

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How was the movie as a whole though? Plot, characters, storyline, etc. Usually all that stuff if done as an afterthought in CGI-drunk disaster films.

antp BE

2009-11-13 01:40

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Typical Emmerich movie, like Day after tomorrow etc. :D

CRAFT372 US

2009-11-13 23:39

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I just saw the movie and in my point of view it was pretty good here are some of the cars i saw in it
the first car you can see in the movie is and old Jaguar Taxi cab 2 stars
there were aldso some Hummer H1 used later on in the movie but onley in a short scene 2 stars
later on in the movie you can see some main charecters using a wery old about 1940s or 1950s truck 3 stars

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HunterMan US

2009-11-14 09:24

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taxiguy wrote How was the movie as a whole though? Plot, characters, storyline, etc. Usually all that stuff if done as an afterthought in CGI-drunk disaster films.


From what I've heard and read this movie is already getting terrible reviews...big surprise! ;) Here is a copy of one review:

2012

"Have we reached the point where John Cusack — lean, boyish, briskly quizzical John Cusack - is the new Charlton Heston? We have, in the hideously expensive ($260 million) and simply hideous “2012.” This disaster movie not only mines Mayan myths for its dismal apocalypse, but offers as inspirational guide a futurist novel by a flop writer (Cusack) who is a limo driver. Brace yourself for 158 minutes of big-screen idiocy.

There’s time for Cusack to guide his ex-wife and their cute kids through immense, collapsing walls of digital effects, as the earth’s crust cuts loose from its core. Time for gifted Chiwetel Ejiofor to be a noble geologist who, as the world suffers hell, has love vibes with the President’s daughter (Thandie Newton). Time for the Sistine Chapel to fall into rubble. Time for Woody Harrelson to have ripe, cheap fun as a prophetic loon. Time for the power elite and some animals to get on board the “arks” that will carry them above the nightmare, for a sunny landing only weeks later (never mind that vast quakes, eruptions and floods would have surely made the planet uninhabitable for decades, maybe centuries).

Time for a toy Titanic to prefigure doom. Time for the head of the Louvre (Patrick Bauchau) to die much like Princess Diana. Time for George Segal, as a weary lounge singer, to warble the lyrics, “It ain’t the end of the world.” Time for a nibble of ancient Tibetan wisdom. Time to watch Santa Monica slide into the sea like a huge, burning waffle. Time for Oliver Platt to be a cold-hearted swine. Time for ludicrous rescues, and pitiful, last-minute calls. Time to care about a tiny dog. Time for San Diego pop sensation Adam Lambert’s end-credit song (”Time for Miracles”). Time for millions of victims to perish for our entertainment.

Above all, time for director/writer Roland Emmerich to pile this new heap of dung that will stack an equal pile of grosses. Emmerich, the current king of movie sado-masochism (”Independence Day,” “The Day After Tomorrow”), is having more than a ramped-up Irwin Allen party. He’s exploiting mounting anxieties about a world that now fears the onset of global warming and climate catastrophe. This grotesque escapism made me want to escape the world of Roland Emmerich."

I think I'll skip this crap. :/ Besides, I think there is to be seven years of trials and tribulations (aka chaos and horrible events) before the actual destruction of the world by God. Many other tell-tale things are to happen before that time as well. So, I don't think it's going to happen in less than 3 years. By the way, do NOT go see the movie "The Box" either...IT SUCKED even worse!!! The sad thing is, they still have talented actors/actresses...but Hollywood can't seem to make a decent movie anymore if their lives depended on it! I truly can't remember the last movie I actually went to see in the theater that was awesome or superb? Maybe the second "National Treasure?"


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carchasesfanatic ES

2009-11-15 00:51

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I didn't bother reading what that review bellow my comment says but I really don't care, cinema doesn't have to be perfect all the time, sometimes one feels like watching a film just to be entertained, and this is one of those, I thoroughly enjoyed it this evening, the special effects were simply perfect, specially those involving cities tearing apart all the way.

There were scenes in where I just didn't like the expressions and reactions of the actors, didn't feel too natural seeing what was happening arround, but except that, a pretty enjoable film, I also liked the ending.

HunterMan US

2009-11-15 07:23

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If it's supposedly the "end of the world"...how could it have a good ending? Disaster movies that destroy everyone and everything are not entertaining to me--no matter how many CGI effects they jam into them.

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taxiguy US

2009-11-15 08:19

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Disaster movies are great simply becuase it's so awesome and mind-bending to see destruction on such an immense scale. Just as CarChasesFanatic said movies don't have to be absolute masterpieces to be entertaining. I don't go to see this type of film to get invloved with the characters and feel for them, I go to see a giant donut crush a police car.

Don't be so serious... try and forget whatever "God" ideas you have for an hour and a half and just enjoy a nice fictional apocolypse. Or at the very least don't criticize people who have the capacity to enjoy it. It doesn't have to be "Gone with the Wind" to be a nice entertaining film ;)

tonkaTRACKER US

2009-11-15 08:22

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well said Max ;)

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-11-15 12:16

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HunterMan wrote If it's supposedly the "end of the world"...how could it have a good ending? Disaster movies that destroy everyone and everything are not entertaining to me--no matter how many CGI effects they jam into them.


Not even going to bother to asnwer to that...

taxiguy wrote Disaster movies are great simply becuase it's so awesome and mind-bending to see destruction on such an immense scale. Just as CarChasesFanatic said movies don't have to be absolute masterpieces to be entertaining. I don't go to see this type of film to get invloved with the characters and feel for them, I go to see a giant donut crush a police car.

Don't be so serious... try and forget whatever "God" ideas you have for an hour and a half and just enjoy a nice fictional apocolypse. Or at the very least don't criticize people who have the capacity to enjoy it. It doesn't have to be "Gone with the Wind" to be a nice entertaining film ;)


Totally agreed with every single word you said.

HunterMan US

2009-11-16 09:26

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taxiguy wrote Disaster movies are great simply becuase it's so awesome and mind-bending to see destruction on such an immense scale. Just as CarChasesFanatic said movies don't have to be absolute masterpieces to be entertaining. I don't go to see this type of film to get invloved with the characters and feel for them, I go to see a giant donut crush a police car.

Don't be so serious... try and forget whatever "God" ideas you have for an hour and a half and just enjoy a nice fictional apocolypse. Or at the very least don't criticize people who have the capacity to enjoy it. It doesn't have to be "Gone with the Wind" to be a nice entertaining film ;)


"Gone With the Wind" is a classic...but not one of my favorites. ;) I'm not trying to criticize anyone...I don't care if people enjoyed the movie. To each his or her own. I'm just sick of "disaster movies" in general. Forgetting the "God" ideas (which you obviously think are stupid ;) ) I usually don't like them because they're so overdone!!! From TV to the big screen, it's all been done many times before. Want a movie with tons of CGI...okay, but how about some new material! ;)

ford_guy US

2009-11-16 10:15

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As the old saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. The fact is there will always be movies like this. It's all about the visuals. One movie will have the Hollywood sign (for example) getting destroyed by a tornado while another one will have it destroyed by an earthquake. They're just trying to re-invent the wheel. This discussion will pretty much go nowhere as we all clearly have our own ideas.

And never did taxiguy imply that God ideas "are stupid." I'm not sure what he thinks but to say "obviously" seems like a bit of a stretch given what he actually said.

HunterMan US

2009-11-17 02:56

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This is true, Hollywood is always making movies like this and probably will...but that's what I sort of meant, is that (as what you stated) the wheel so-to-speak broke a long time ago! :lol:

As for what taxiguy said: Well, my degrees are in sociology and psychology. So, sometimes I start psychoanalyzing. When he used the term and/or phrase God ideas I immediately got the impression that he thought the stuff I'd mentioned towards God or what the Bible states is...ridiculous (perphaps "stupid" was too harsh a word--but I usually call it how I see it)? Instead of stating he thought it was ridiculous or pointless that I had included God...he used the phrase "God ideas"--ideas being the clue word, that perhaps he thinks the idea of God is foolish. Because of the way he'd worded it, it seemed "obvious" to me. But, I could be wrong! :) He'll have to clarify that.


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taxiguy US

2009-11-17 03:55

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Believe what you will, whatever "floats your boat" as they say. I just find it funny when people bring God/Religion/Bible into discussions that aren't really realted to it much at all. Seems like a bit of stretch in the context of what we were talking about here. As I said it's a fictional disaster movie that (I assume, but haven't seen it so don't know for sure) has no concrete mention or overtone of God/Religion as a major theme. So in that regard you kind of brought it into this movie discussion out of nowhere. Basically all I was saying. But I'm not holding it against you, no need for any of us to get upset over some disaster movie.

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HunterMan US

2009-11-17 05:33

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I never said that the movie was about or included God and the Bible in the plot. It probably doesn't. I just meant that with "end of the world" movies there's always talk about what brought about the end...in this case if I understand the previews correctly it's the Mayan calendar that predicted in 2012 the end will come. I only made the one comment originally that I was a Christian and don't believe that in less than 3 years the end will happen. Therefore it's definitely fictional! ;) My other comments were more about my opinion of the "overdone-a-million-times-over" disaster movie and the depressing plots they usually portray. I am not upset (I've laughed over most of this :lol: ) with the movie...just think it's stupid and a much better, possibly more intelligent, movie with some CGI could probably be made. Again...just my opinion! :)

-- Last edit: 2009-11-17 05:37:54

ingo DE

2009-11-17 12:05

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I'm atheistic, so I cannot say something about it. For the point "End of the World", I should ask the experts - actually several "Jehovas Witnesses" are running around in our village... :D

ingo DE

2009-11-17 12:06

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@HunterMan: so this movie is not your thing, I guess: /movie.php?id=120655

Q-Ball JP

2009-11-17 22:23

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I think that the poles will shift, or something small, and noticeable, or at least an eclipse, but nothing drastic.
If the poles shift, then all of my computers will be useless.

HunterMan US

2009-11-18 08:50

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ingo wrote @HunterMan: so this movie is not your thing, I guess: /movie.php?id=120655


No, this movie is not my thing. Not necessarily because of whatever it might or might not include about God and the Bible...but more because of the depressing idea in the first place. Also because of the majorly overdone storyline idea, as well as the idea of the movie being mostly CGI rather than acting or plot.

As for your link to the 1999 movie "Dogma"--no, I didn't like the idea of that one either and did not watch it. It looked and appeared to be too blasphemous and sacreligious towards God. As for Jehova Witnesses running around in your village--LOL!!!! :lol:

As for your atheistic choice I can only hope and pray that someday you will at least consider God. Yeah, I know that may sound like a "weirdo" or a "Jesus Freak." Well, maybe I am weird but if believing and trusting in God makes me a weirdo then I guess I'm down right crazy! :) But, I'm not one that runs around screaming and carrying on like the stereotypical "Jesus Freak." You don't have to act like a "crack-head" to be filled with the Holy Spirit. ;) God loves everyone, no matter who they are. It's up to each person to try and follow God's word, but he loves and can forgive anytime and anyplace.


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ingo DE

2009-11-18 10:21

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Q-Ball wrote If the poles shift, then all of my computers will be useless.


Eeeh sorry, but I cannot see the relation between shifting poles and your computers... :??:

ingo DE

2009-11-18 11:56

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Something, which really sucks me at Roland Emmerich-movies, is the unbearable and bugging US-patriotism. Yes, Mr.Emerich is no US-citizen, but I cannot understand, why it's necessary for him to load his movies full with this hysterical patriotism/nationalism. As here:

/movie.php?id=96969

/movie.php?id=116629

/movie.php?id=319262

/movie_120685-Godzilla.html


At least his movies are always the same - which causes boredom. :/ A gigantomanic hyperactive destroy-orgy about any kinds of bad bad dangers and disasters, which treatening America (to be exact: Manhattan. Perhaps a few other US-symbolic places, too. But US-symbolic places in every case). And these catatstrophs will be beaten by a few single heros, on which noone has heard before. Boring, nothing else than boring. And annoying by the hysterical patriotism. :/

Maybe some US-members over here have a different view on the patriotism, but for me as a German (our own patriotism is quite reserved. One of the first comprehensive patriotism-attacs was indeed the soccer-world cup in 2006), it's too much and not understandable.


-- Last edit: 2009-11-18 11:57:36

Q-Ball JP

2009-11-19 04:14

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ingo wrote

Eeeh sorry, but I cannot see the relation between shifting poles and your computers... :??:

If the poles shift, then everything that relies on magnetic chips to function will be turned useless, like laptop computers, radar, that stuff, but that myth was busted courtesy of wikipedia.

Dylbear EN

2009-11-22 18:30

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What Sport cars inside of C-5 Galaxy Air Force?

thestig8 US

2009-12-01 04:43

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dudley wrote

Like everyone thought 01/01/00 would be the end. We'll all still be here on the 22nd Dec.

dont forget 6/6/06

Gliffhanger NL

2009-12-13 19:42

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First Plane Escape, Does anyone know what type of plane it is.
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A View From The Top.
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A Ship (Maybe Voyages Of Seas?)
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Second Plane with the cars.
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And The Arks.
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Mackster SE

2009-12-13 19:48

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Cessna 340

Gliffhanger NL

2009-12-13 19:50

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Mackster wrote Cessna 340


thanks :D

chris40 UK

2009-12-13 20:18

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That huge plane isn't a C-5, it has too many engines and the tail is wrong. It's the Antonov An-225 Mriya - the only one in existence IIRC.

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Neptune US

2009-12-13 20:40

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Gliffhanger wrote
A Ship (Maybe Voyages Of Seas?)


It’s a CG ship which is based on the Royal Caribbean luxury cruiser family. It appears to be inspired by the
Royal Caribbean Oasis Class MS Oasis of the Seas. It was completed in October of this year (2009) and
is the largest passenger vessel afloat.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-12-13 20:57

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Filmed in the US and Canada.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt1190080/locations

Neon IT

2009-12-13 23:31

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These are enlarged DVD pictures; not HD ones.

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gmctruck68 US

2010-03-09 06:15

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someone please confirm this, when they were on the plane with the russian, and all of the cars, in the very front of the line of cars, and which is not listed above, i could have swore that i seen a panoz esperante, please someone confirm this, i take pride in the fact that all i seen of the car is the hood, and left front fender, and i still knew what it was instantly, cheers

gmctruck68 US

2010-03-09 06:22

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the scene is exactly, 1 hour 15 minutes and 54 seconds into the movie, 1:15:54, carbon fiber hood, silver, lots of curves

ShantJ US

2010-05-02 18:20

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gmctruck68 wrote the scene is exactly, 1 hour 15 minutes and 54 seconds into the movie, 1:15:54, carbon fiber hood, silver, lots of curves

Could someone with the movie please confirm this? I'm desperate for more Panozes on IMCDB.

legal78rafael CZ

2010-07-03 01:04

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Second plane is Antonov An-225 Mrija

Dead Reckoning MX

2010-07-23 07:56

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You could watch this movie on "Peliculas ID" go there and search for 2012

elessar FR

2012-04-21 18:05

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Grosse daube!!!

Mais a voir juste pour les effets spéciaux.

CRAFT372 US

2012-12-20 20:55

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Tomorrow is the day the world is going to end :) :) :)

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ingo DE

2012-12-20 21:19

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CRAFT372 wrote Tomorrow is the day the world is going to end :) :) :)


The movie about it is not listed: /movie_2196061-The-End-of-The-World.html

CRAFT372 US

2012-12-22 10:20

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Well I'm still here so I guess the world did not end after all :) :) :)

Gamer DE

2013-12-21 12:01

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It's been exactly one year since the world was supposed to end! :)

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