As if Californian’s real life problems aren’t enough, here comes a film that literally cuts through the plagued state and tears everything down. Never mind a drought – that’s hard to manifest in a summer blockbuster – here comes the latest entry into the catalog of disaster porn, as San Andreas levels a pair of Pacific metropolises with earthquakes and tidal waves, leaving Dwayne Johnson to rescue those dearest to him.
This melodramatic spectacle from Brad Peyton, when not inundated with the sounds of buildings crashing and people screaming, swells with tender sounds of a violin or piano, looking to compel the audience into caring about a divorced L.A. firefighter and vet named Ray (Johnson)….
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