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I have had to change this from not interested. After the generic intro It was pretty much entirely CG; the story was an uninspired mix of Fern Gully with a dash of Pocahontas and some implied furry sex thrown in. Basically it's an optimistic militaristic romantic version of District 9, so if you liked that you'll probably hate this. I like Sigourney a lot and I wanted to enjoy this but the story was just too boring and predictable to really hold my attention.
I watched this after reading dozens of bad reviews criticizing everything from the acting to the storyline to the length--the list goes on. So my expectations weren't high to begin with. After watching California break off into the Pacific Ocean, I wasn't sure whether this was supposed to be frightening or comedic. Regardless, I loved the tackiness of it all. The Governator and Dalai Lama made special appearances. I agree with a previous comment that this film is "ridiculous"--but in a good way? I think?