If the collective films coming from Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin teach us anything, then it's probably that cities are destined to fall no matter what we as a species do ... so maybe we ought to hang it all up. (Tip: they're the cinema wizards behind such features as Independence Day and its awful sequel, 1998's Godzilla reboot, The Day After Tomorrow, and the Mayan Prophecy-themed 2012.) Well, it looks like we're in for extinction again in a forthcoming feature written and directed by Dean Devlin as Geostorm promises to take theatres by (ahem) storm this October 20th.
Meh. The trailer is interesting, but this is all stuff we've seen before, especially from Devlin, so you'd think the auteur might want to stretch himself, no? Maybe take time out and direct a Gilmore Girls flick or something. Maybe even a motion picture about taking zebras.
For those interested in the upcoming devastation, the coming attraction is here for all of your reflection: