Moonfall, de nieuwe rampenfilm van Roland Emmerich (The Day After Tomorrow, 2012), haalt in de VS op 4 februari de zalen en ondertussen staan de eerste reacties van de pers online.
In Moonfall moeten twee astronauten (Halle Berry en Patrick Wilson) en een aanhanger van complottheorieën (John Bradley) proberen te voorkomen dat de maan op de aarde valt.
MOONFALL is the greatest movie in cinematic history
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) February 2, 2022
When Patrick Wilson in MOONFALL says he doesn’t want to go on a desperate last-ditch mission to space because he’s got problems of his own down on earth and then Halle Berry retorts “And the moon falling in pieces onto the Earth isn’t one of them?!” pic.twitter.com/q3wVFGM0zq
— Alison Willmore (@alisonwillmore) February 2, 2022
Just watched Moonfall. I think they hired the physics consultant from the Fast & Furious franchise.
— Whisky Hotel (@mrwildotcom) February 2, 2022
MOONFALL: You know the news ain’t good when your cell rings in the middle of the night and the call is from <wait for it> NASA! 🤯😂
— Tomris Laffly (@TomiLaffly) February 2, 2022
#Moonfall is one of the dumbest movies I've ever seen, and I truly mean that as a compliment. So many things I could pick apart but I'll be damned if I wasn't entertained by the shear insanity of this film's plot. So so dumb but quite a bit of fun too. pic.twitter.com/WIBkHPViae
— Jeremy Crabb (@That_Short_Nerd) January 27, 2022
SEEN! #MOONFALL is that true bonkers old-fashioned fun of the Roland Emmerich kind, from start to end strictly operating on what it—and only it—feels right. And because it embraces rather than resists its planet-sized goofiness, this might be your true ID4 sequel. #FilmTwitter pic.twitter.com/KdRrYt3JPf
— Nguyên Lê 🎞🍥 (@nle318) January 27, 2022
I just saw MOONFALL and I'm still not convinced it's actually a real movie
— Katie Walsh (@katiewalshstx) February 3, 2022
— Simon Sutton (@Sutton12Simon) February 2, 2022