Insomniac Theater: 'San Andreas'

A sneak peek at two movies hitting theaters this weekend.
2:48 | 05/29/15

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Now our favorite segment of the week are insomniac theatre checking out to movies opening this weekend we start with San Andreas humans in the pro through this disaster thriller stars. Dewayne that. Johnson also told that the Iraqis are rescue chopper highly trying to save his estranged daughter after the big one. It's California meantime does biologist Paul Giamatti tries to warn the world that the worst is yet to come. All right. Actually this earthquake it's infested lake we expect they got a noble Arab and other American cities get. San Andreas going case collapsed on runs and those getting a bit to present critics evenly split. Andrew barker describe that a movie that quickly degenerates from blissfully stupid to fatally stupid. In Minsk had metals that he's a bit more charitable here saying those merely wanting to look out earthquake we'll get their money's worth though is a disaster flick you know which. Well up next the low father romantic comedy stars Bradley Cooper. As a celebrated military contractor returning to the site of his greatest career triumph in US space program in Honolulu. He reconnect with the love who got away while falling for the hard charging air force pilot assigned to have played by and the stone. As they try to stop a satellite lot cash. Nobody wants to live where they are always been a fantasy all right. She didn't heat. I know you're doing a terrific my friends are unthinkable. And your took the government could make. For questions. We'll do that doesn't make. I thought goes up up up. Where battling the best seller just. But you know controversy amid allegations that white fighting that death. Cultural misappropriation of state earned and percent on rotten tomatoes Goldstein still and we Andrew barker writes in variety and balance unwieldy and sometimes kneeling and intelligent. And yeah. He's live to Baghdad and.

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