2012 – Everyone is capitalizing on the date

In a highly unusual move for me, I’m going to endorse a movie based on a trailer. It has already been panned by the critics as over the top, but I like what I’m seeing in the trailer and look forward to seeing it. I don’t go in for the 2012 timeframe, but there are a lot of interesting scenes in the movie that correspond to what I believe about events that will come to pass in the very last days. Enjoy!

Update: The trailer has been removed.

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About Tim Malone

Tim is a computer technology professional providing desktop support, network administration and systems management in the Small and Medium Business market. After twelve years, he recently retired as the IT Director for a private corporate jet management company located at the Burbank Bob Hope airport. He began his career as a programmer but switched to tech support many years ago. Tim is married, has one adult son, and, until recently, was very active in his local community church. He spent two years in Central America as a missionary. He enjoys hiking, reading, research, writing, correspondence and has a special interest in alternative medicine and events of the last days. You can find him online every day on various internet communities and blogs, especially in the tech area. He maintains three blogs online, one on technology, one on current events and one on health research.

4 thoughts on “2012 – Everyone is capitalizing on the date

  1. “Two thousand and twelve, party over, out of time.
    I’m gonna party like it’s two thousand, eleven…

    Just doesn’t have the right feel.


  2. Hey, Tim.

    I saw the trailer and was blown away by the realism. This sort of computer generated effect is precisely what I would want to have for the video series I’ve dreamed of doing for three decades. Like you, I don’t buy into the 2012 hysteria, and the premise of the movie is probably flawed. But I’ll go see the movie just to experience the realism of those cataclysmic scenes. Even though much of what will actually transpire in the last days is not treated, what is shown is probably very accurate. I’d love to find the wherewithal to make a movie like this from my perspective. I can describe it; I just can’t animate it. A bit frustrating that!


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