Greenland review: Unexpectedly gripping disaster film is absolutely worth the watch

While the news anchors are relentlessly going on about how unforeseen the comet’s arrival is, Greenland is gearing up for a sudden turn which makes the film more similar to Lord of the Flies than 2012.

Suddenly, and seemingly out of the blue, John and Allison are given a lifeline; an opportunity to seek shelter thanks to a government transportation programme, for which few lucky people are selected.

Needless to say, as news of this scheme spreads, neighbours become frustrated and devastated at not being selected, begging their friends to let them join them to safety.

But safety is not what it seems, and quickly they realise there are far more complications involved with being the chosen ones than there are being a normal civilian, trying desperately to survive.


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