The emotive story of human tragedy is at the heart of Bayona’s The Impossible, which means that the infamous 2004 tsunami itself acts more as a catalyst for events, rather than the lead role in a popcorn disaster movie. 524 more words
Tags » The Impossible
Have you ever seen something that is impossible? I was raised to believe that nothing is impossible, my grandfather once told me “Nothing is impossible, Just because you haven’t seen it does not mean it cannot happen.” I have lived my life believing in the possibility of anything.
*BEFORE YOU READ. This post is slightly overdue because I started it a while ago and never got around to finishing it.*
*Caution, this post concerns a rated “R” movie, so if you can’t handle that stuff, well just read anyways… unless you hate spoilers, but I’ll try to keep those to a bare minimum.
On Boxing Day 2004 the world changed as a devastating tsunami ripped through the Indian Ocean and caused mass destruction in Indonesia. This film retells the story of a family being ripped apart by its chaos and battling through severe injury and mass pandemonium trying to find each other once the tsunamis subside. 427 more words