As I entered the theatre, I came across this poster which shows a monk in Tibet watching the ocean drown the HImalayas and a thought passed that " wow,,, i think its gonna be awesome!" and so it was!
I'm not gonna reveal the whole story(but if you're a spoiler then you can read it in the net elsewhere), but just this that this special effects extravaganza by Roland Emmerich, director of "Independence Day" and "The Day after Tomorrow," took 6.48 million pounds in London alone which is the highest in sometime now.
Its nice to see(apart from the mind-boggling special effects) how the storyline connects different races,countries,religions and geography of the world. Also mentionable is how the movie moves between world events and the ordeal of one family who goes through this catastrophe.
Finally., yes! the world does come to an end as we know it but not the human race.... how some of us survive to ensure the continuity of our species and our planet.? I'm not gonna tell that! Watch it yourself!
And finalllllly, the research concept that saved humanity in the movie came from and Indian(though his Hindi is not that great!) The movie also starts in India and also probably ends here.