The Quake (Skjelvet)
A very strong earthquake in 1904 was in the Norwegian city of Oslo, which was 5.4 magnitudes on the Richter scale. Its center was in Oslo Grappen which passes under the Norwegian capital. This story, which has been told about a painful reality for years, may be repeated exactly the same scale that happened in Oslo for many years, during which everything collapsed.
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December 14, 2018 The final act generates some genuine white-knuckle tension to compensate for the tedious conspiracy theories and personal bickering.Read in Source
December 16, 2018 [S]omewhat expectedly, this film doesn't measure up to its predecessor, but still passes for a popcorn action blockbuster.Read in Source
December 14, 2018 Andersen shows he's assertively capable of staging scenes of mass-destruction on a relatively minimal budget... with thrilling aplomb.Read in Source
December 15, 2018 For the more open-minded, The Quake offers visceral thrills.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
December 11, 2018 Joner is a capable actor, but he's required here to remain for such a long time in a one-note condition of mental fragility that our sympathy for the character starts to give way to exasperation.Read in Source
December 12, 2018 It's just intelligent and serious enough to give you your escapist cake - deluxe popcorn perils in all their big-screen glory - without making you eat the familiar guilt of empty-calorie overload.Read in Source
December 14, 2018 While not as mind-blowing or exhilarating as The Wave, The Quake is, without a doubt, a very solid, enjoyable, and thrilling experience.Read in Source
December 14, 2018 There are fewer special effects shots than we'd see in a Hollywood version, but they are shrewdly deployed and suitably unsettling.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
December 17, 2018 Should be required viewing for all of today's Hollywood franchise jockeys. It shows you how to make one of these things without sacrificing your characters' souls (or your own, for that matter).Read in Source
Globe and Mail
December 14, 2018 The Quake isn't your standard catastrophe drama, even if it does leave viewers shaking in their boots.Read in Source
Eye for Film
December 14, 2018 There's plenty of intelligence in this film and a fair amount of entertainment -- it just may not make the earth move for you.Read in Source
The Young Folks
December 17, 2018 It's a shame his film surrendered to its own impatience to get to the "good stuff." It feels like whole chunks of the movie are missing. We never even get resolutions to the corrupt construction company and possibly-murdered ex-colleague subplots!Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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