Destruction: Los Angeles (2017)34649
Destruction: Los Angeles: Directed by Tibor Takács. With Craig Sheffer, Cynthia Watros, Romeo Miller, Robert Giardina. A fatal explosion and sudden earthquake rock Los Angeles, and reporter John Benson seizes his chance to cover the breaking news of increasing seismic activity.
“Well, truth be told then I had very little expectations to u0026quot;Destruction Los Angelesu0026quot;. So why watch it, you might ask. Well, because it is a natural disaster movie and I have something for those movies. There is just something primordial in the forces of nature, and I do enjoy watching movies where nature runs rampart and wrecks destruction on our world.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eHowever, u0026quot;Destruction Los Angelesu0026quot; turned out to be a rather weak movie in the genre, and it didnu0026#39;t take more than maybe 20-30 minutes before my attention started shifting from the screen to my mobile phone.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe characters in the movie were just flaccid and one-dimensional. It was somewhat of a nice surprise to see Craig Sheffer in the movie. I actually donu0026#39;t remember seeing him since u0026quot;Night Breedu0026quot;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDisaster movies are bound to have proper special effects and CGI in order to be convincing. Yup, that wasnu0026#39;t the case for u0026quot;Destruction Los Angelesu0026quot;. No, the special effects and CGI in the movie were mediocre at best. At least they tried, but it just wasnu0026#39;t convincing. And that was a horrible blow to the movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIf you enjoy natural disaster movies, then you might want to give u0026quot;Destruction Los Angelesu0026quot; a wide berth.”