San Andreas

Genre:  Action/Adventure
Running Time:  114 min.
Release Date: May 29, 2015
DVD: October 13, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 4.10
based on 158 votes and 64 reviews
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Cast: Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Alexandra Daddario, Ioan Gruffudd, Archie Panjabi, Hugo Johnstone-Burt, Art Parkinson, Paul Giamatti


A sudden and destructive magnitude earthquake that registers 9.5 on the Richter scale leaves California in peril as it tears through the state, leaving a horrible path of destruction in its wake as it heads to San Francisco, where scientists have predicted it will cause the most damage.

As it rips apart the West Coast bit by bit, Ray (Dwayne Johnson), a rescue-chopper pilot, saves his estranged wife Emma (Carla Gugino), after the restaurant she was in at the top of a high rise building starts to collapse. He then gets a call from their daughter Blake (Alexandra Daddario), who is in San Francisco trapped in a car in a garage, abandoned by her mother's new boyfriend, Daniel (Ioan Gruffudd). Ray and Emma try to get to San Francisco to save their daughter before it's too late.

Director: Brad Peyton
Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Producer(s): Beau Flynn, Tripp Vinson
Screenplay: Carlton Cuse
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  • 5 stars "This movie was awesome! I saw it in theatres, so i'm not sure how different it would be on DVD, but I loved it. The visual effects were mesmerizing and life like, story line was intense and heartfelt. One of my favorites."
  • 4 stars "Saw this movie twice - once in theatres and once at the drive in and loved it both times! Action packed, amazing effects and great story line! One of the best movies of the summer!"
  • 1 star "San Andreas is what you get by stringing one lame cliché after another, horrible acting and a ridiculous script. It's just bearable enough to watch it till the end, but frankly, it sucks. The effects are equally horrible. For example, while a quake tears a skyscraper apart, all of the wine bottles in the bar in the background are still standing??? This movie is an insult to one's intelligence... considering one actually has any. And judging by the high ratings, there's a lot of dumb people seeing this movie. The only moment of satisfaction was seeing the Hollywood sign crumble. Maybe that scene is trying to tell us something."