Review: The Wave (Roar Uthaug, 2015)

Set in a real tourist village in Norway that actually is under constant threat from potential mountain erosion into the surrounding fjord, The Wave can be seen as an attempt to ground the disaster movie with a vague element of realism. The 300-foot tsunami threat that comes halfway through is, according to bookend exposition, a legitimate possibility, while its core characters are largely restricted to a geologist who monitors the mountain and his immediate family members…

Full review for The Skinny

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