January 19, 2013
"When I came up and I was all on my own. That was the scariest part. Then I saw the two of you, clinging to that tree, I didn't feel so scared anymore because I knew I wasn't on my own."
Surviving is not an easy term. The newest disaster-movie, The Impossible, sewn by the brilliant Spanish director, J.A. Bayona, projecting the flashback event of indian ocean catasthropic tsunami back in December 2004 that cost many lives, as well as being the worst tsunami ever landed. The question is, does the inspired-by-true-event happened to the Alvarez Belon family can survive the Hollywood's rank?
RATING : 4 OUT OF 5