Geostorm Review: 4Dx Is the Only Way You Should See It

Geostorm Review: 4Dx Is the Only Way You Should See It
Geostorm is not an homage to the 90's Isuzu vehicle. It is the feature film debut from Dean Devlin, the writer and producer of Independence Day. Much like that film and others in his portfolio, it is a big-budget disaster epic with state of the art visual effects. Warner Bros. did not screen Geostorm for critics. But I got a chance to see the movie as a promotional 4Dx experience. This was my first time seeing anything in 4Dx. It's pretty intense, much more immersive and volatile than expected. For this review, I'll recap the film briefly; describe the 4Dx technology, and what it was like to watch a movie in this new format.

Geostorm takes place in the near future. Climate change has subjected the world to devastating meteorological events. Gerard Butler stars as Jake Lawson, a scientist who creates Dutch Boy, a series of interconnected satellites that can control weather.
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