“The Day After Tomorrow” is a 2004 science fiction disaster film directed by Roland Emmerich and starring Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Emmy Rossum.
The movie is set in the near future and follows a climatologist named Jack Hall (played by Quaid) as he tries to save his son Sam (played by Gyllenhaal) and other survivors of a sudden global climate shift that plunges the world into a new ice age.
The movie’s plot revolves around the catastrophic consequences of global warming and the dangers of ignoring its effects on the planet’s climate. It depicts a series of extreme weather events, including massive storms and tidal waves, that cause widespread destruction and chaos. As the world begins to freeze over, Jack sets out on a dangerous journey to reach his son, who is trapped in New York City and struggling to survive in the harsh new environment.
“The Day After Tomorrow” was a commercial success, grossing over $544 million worldwide. It received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its special effects and apocalyptic tone, while others criticized its scientific accuracy and melodramatic plot. Despite its flaws, the movie remains a popular example of the disaster film genre and a cautionary tale about the need to address climate change.