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Cast: Ian Holm, Dennis Quaid, Tamlyn Tomita, Sela Ward, J.P. Manoux, Emmy Rossum, Russell Yuen, Dash Mihok, Matt Adler, Carl Alacchi and others
A paleoclimatologist, Professor Jack Hall, discovers that due to global warming, the polar ice caps are melting, which is lowering ocean temperatures. This triggers a massive climate shift which causes many natural disasters and eventually a new ice age. Too late everyone realizes this, and as they try to evacuate to the warmer south, for half of the northern USA, and Canada, it's already too cold to go outside. Meanwhile, Jack's son, Sam, is in Manhattan on a trip with some friends. Jack heads north to try and rescue his son, but the cold is a powerful adversary.
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The Day After Tomorrow (2004) 720p - 550mb - YIFY (Size: 552.05 MB)
[Movie Title ].........[ The Day After Tomorrow
[Release Year ]........[ 2004
[iMDb Rating ].........[ 6.3/10
[Genre ]...............[ Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller
[Runtime ].............[ 02:03:40
[File Size ]...........[ 550 MB
[Resolution ]..........[ 1280*544
[Aspect Ratio ]........[ 2.351.84:1
[Subtitle ]............[ Yes
[Container]............[ Matroska (.mkv)
As Paleoclimatologist named Jack Hall was in Antartica, he discovers that a huge ice sheet has been sheared off. But what he did not know is that this event would trigger a massive climate shift that would effect the world population. Meanwhile, his son, Sam was with friends in New York to attend an event. There they discover that it has been raining non-stop for the past 3 weeks, and after a series of weather related disasters that occurred over the world. Everybody soon realizes that the world is going to enter a new ice age, as the rest of the world population tries to evacuate to the warm climates of the south. Jack makes a daring attempt to rescue his son and his friends who are stuck in New York, who have to survive not only a massive wave, but freezing cold temperatures that could possibly kill them.