Aka: 252: Signal of Life
At some point in the distant future, a massive, catastrophic earthquake strikes Tokyo, causing the temperature of the Pacific Ocean to rise meteorically and the largest typhoon in recorded Japanese history to sweep toward the city and inundate it with water. The Tokyo Fire Department and its team of crack rescuers swing into action, and shortly after they do, a distress call arises from an underground subway station - with repeated indications of the rescue code, 252 252, and the exclamation "We Have Survivors." It soon becomes apparent that the local rescue squad must attempt to save the survivors, doing so at the expense of their own lives and safety. Written by Nathan Southern
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skyler M (de) wrote: One of the best in the series! I think this movie had a good point to it and a good plot. I didn't like the fourth installment in the series so it made me think that this would be awful but after i saw it i was amazed? The characters i love and the music. I love how they were all brought back together in one movie! If there is a sixth installment coming out then i would love to see the same characters from this one. Most teens watch these type of movies and i'm one of them. I'm 16 years old and I can really enjoy this movie because i love the music, love the characters, and love the plot. I was impressed with the third, bored by the fourth, and impressed once again by this one. Thanks for making a movie i can enjoy. :)
Christopher S (gb) wrote: Terrible movie from start to finish. Characters, plot, filming was all horrible.
David S (mx) wrote: oor Michelle is a great actress pure brilliant
Prashant B (kr) wrote: Intensity.. Fiery intensity, Explosive anger, Deadly vengeance.. If there was any film other than Deewar which justifies Big B's angry man image, it is this. Phenomenal dialogues and mind-blowing performances by all actors make it watchable again and again. Every dialogue of the film has an impact on the viewer. Unforgettable..
Shawn W (jp) wrote: A film with a message. Makes a decent statement on the effect the deforestation of the Amazon on natives who not only lose their home and are often exploited afterwards but hasn't stopped us from cutting down the rainforest.
Deke P (au) wrote: What a dreary bore this film was. And a transparent condescending put down of midwesterners and people in 'flyover country'.