Seen at the Movies: I wouldn’t argue that the global catastrophe extravaganza The Day After Tomorrow is any more ridiculous than your average 1970s-era disaster movie—I caught a bit of Earthquake on cable the other night, and it would be hard to beat the image of a pimp-suited Walter Matthau dodging falling beams and plaster (in a movie which also featured the likes of Richard Roundtree, Marjoe Gortner, and Lorne Greene getting pummeled) for sheer idiocy. But The Day After Tomorrow, in ...
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