'Cuz I know you were just dying to know what I thought. Adequate, but not great. Worth seeing for sure if you love special effects/cgi/large-scale natural disasters. They can do amazing things with fluid simulations now, so the clouds, atmospheric effects and water stuff was all really impressive. I'm a fan of Donnie Dar... I mean Jake Gyllenhaal, so it helps having him in the movie instead of some generic dude. The problem is, the melodrama is the stick, and the weather stuff is the popsicle, but Hollywood figures you gotta have way more stick than I personally need to support the popsicle. I mean, I would have been in heaven to see a movie called "Two Hours of Plot-Free CGI Extreme Global Weather Catastrophe!!!" I'd pay good money if they'd make a movie called "Spaceship Battles" with killer fx and just enough actors so you'd get a sense of how the battles were being directed, but no more than that. But that's just me. And, those effects had to be $$$$$$$, so I guess they keep costs down by having a lot of acting. I'm not saying I don't like acting - I really take great joy in watching excellent performances, but some movies just don't need that many "human drama" scenes. I was really interested in how they were setting things up scientifically, but the main thrust of the story was kinda ho-hum (I won't spoil it for you), not embarrassingly bad like some movies can be, but pretty uninspired. Not bad summer destructo-popcorn-eye-candy, which coming from my jaded little brain is actually a pretty major compliment.