The Day After Tomorrow is a movie that deals with the coming of a New Ice Age because of the effects of global warming. The movie is good, with many scenes containing a lot of special effects and action (such as tidal waves, tornadoes and ice), but it was not one of my favorites. The story just didn't hold my interest the way that I thought it would.
The movie stars Dennis Quaid as climatologist Jack Hall and Jack Gyllenhaal as his son Sam. It is rated PG-13 and is 123 minutes long. There are some special features, such as audio commentaries, deleted scenes, "making of" footage that is over an hour in length, and more.
To play the enhanced features of the disc, you need a DVD-ROM drive and an Internet connection on a PC with Windows 98SE or higher.
The movie is full of action and the special effects are really good, but it just didn't have me on the edge of my seat the way other disaster movies have. My husband stated the same thing, but I know there are others who will love this movie.