“The Day After Tomorrow” is a 2004 disaster movie directed by Roland Emmerich. The film is set in a future where global warming has caused climate change, leading to a new ice age that affects the entire planet.
The movie follows Jack Hall, a climatologist played by Dennis Quaid, as he tries to warn the world of the impending danger. As the storm hits, Jack must race to save his son, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, who is trapped in New York City.
The film was noted for its impressive visual effects, which depicted massive tidal waves, massive hailstones, and freezing temperatures. It also drew attention to the issue of global warming and the potential impact of climate change on the planet.
Overall, “The Day After Tomorrow” was a commercial success, grossing over $544 million worldwide. However, it received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its spectacle while others criticizing its scientific inaccuracies and lack of character development.