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Greenland Movie Review

Greenland is a family drama disguised as a disaster film. When the clock is ticking on an extinction-level event, a mom and dad (struggling with a failing marriage) must do everything within their power to find safe passage to Greenland; a secure haven for the chosen few.

Here on this Quick Take Noel T. Manning II gives his thoughts on where this film ranks alongside other disaster films of the past.

Footage is courtesy of STX films and is used by permission.

Manning is a longtime entertainment journalist offering content for TV, radio, print and inline audiences. He is a member of several film critics organizations; he’s a film fest founder and an adjunct professor of Communications and New Media.

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