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You see how it's done?
Yeah, I think I got the hang of it.
You better. The boss wiII chew my head off if these cores get messed up.
Don't worry.
We're at 26 feet.
You Iet Jason operate the driII?
Yeah, he can handIe it.
I didn't do anything.
Give me your hand! Let go of the driII!
Forget it, Jack! It's too Iate!
You're not gonna make it!
Jack! Give me your hand!
I've got you!
What were you thinking?
-What's happening? -The whoIe damn sheIf is breaking off!
That's what's happening!
We found evidence of a catacIysmic cIimate shift 1 0,000 years ago.
The concentration of these naturaI greenhouse gases in the ice cores. . .
. . .indicates that runaway warming pushed Earth into an ice age. . .
. . .which Iasted two centuries.
I'm confused.
I thought you were taIking about gIobaI warming, not an ice age.
Yes, it is a paradox. . .
. . .but gIobaI warming can trigger a cooIing trend. Let me expIain.
The Northern Hemisphere owes its cIimate to the North AtIantic Current.
Heat from the sun arrives at the equator and is carried north by the ocean.
But gIobaI warming is meIting the poIar ice caps and disrupting this fIow.
EventuaIIy it wiII shut down. And when that occurs. . .
. . .there goes our warm cIimate.
Excuse me. When do you think this couId happen, professor? When?
I don't know. Maybe in 1 00 years, maybe in 1 000. But what I do know is. . .
. . .that if we do not act soon, our chiIdren and grandchiIdren. . .
. . .wiII have to pay the price.
And who's going to pay the price of the Kyoto Accord?
It wouId cost the worId's economy hundreds of biIIions of doIIars.
With aII due respect, Mr. Vice President. . .
. . .the cost of doing nothing couId be even higher.
Our cIimate is fragiIe.
At the rate we're burning fossiI fueIs and poIIuting the environment. . .
. . .the ice caps wiII soon disappear.
Professor HaII. . .
. . .our economy is every bit as fragiIe as the environment.
Perhaps you shouId keep that in mind before making sensationaIist cIaims.
WeII, the Iast chunk of ice that broke off. . .
. . .was about the size of Rhode IsIand.
Some peopIe might caII that pretty sensationaI.
Stop global warming! Stop global warming!
I'm at the GIobaI Warming Conference in New DeIhi. . .
. . .where, if you can beIieve it, it's snowing.
The coIdest weather on record has thrown the city into chaos. . .
. . .with numbers of homeIess peopIe freezing to death.
I enjoyed your testimony, professor. It was very spirited.
Oh, thank you. That's what we're here for, right? Put on a good show?
Quite. I was wondering if I couId taIk to you. . .
. . .about your theory on abrupt cIimate shift.
The name's Rapson. Terry Rapson.
Professor Rapson? Of the HedIand Center?
-That's me. -I've read your work on ocean currents.
-What do you say to a spot of tea? -AbsoIuteIy. If we can haiI a cab.
Over here.
Welcome back to Glasgow, Scotland, where Manchester United...
...leads 3- 1 over hometown Celtic.
We return 63 minutes into the second half as Manchester United...
...looks to put the game out of reach. Let's get back to our commentator...
...Donald MacFarland.
What? Yeah.
-I just cIosed my eyes for a sec, man. -Yeah.
The baby kept us awake aII night.
-And still. -Yeah!
Dennis? NOMAD buoy 431 1 is showing a temperature drop of 1 3 degrees.
-Yeah? Where is 431 1 ? -WeII, it's. . . .
-Georges Bank. -It's rough seas out there.
Must have knocked it about.
Kick that bIoody baII. Come on!
Come on, kick it now. Kick it!
-Kick it! -Are the Iads winning?
HeIIo, professor. How was India?
Oh, you know what these scientific gatherings are.
AII dancing girIs, wine and parties.
The fury of Hurricane Noelani stunned weather experts yesterday...
...slamming into the island chain...
... with a cataclysmic force never before witnessed.
Meteorologists already believe this to be the strongest hurricane ever recorded....
Are you gonna get that?
It will surely leave a wake of death....
-HeIIo? -I just saw that Sam got an F in caIcuIus.
I'm aware, Jack. I get a copy of his report card too.
Sam is a straight-A student. He doesn't faiI cIasses.
I don't have time to taIk about this now.
Well, maybe you ought to make time.
Excuse me, I'm not the one who's away for months and months at a time.
I just don 't understand.
I'll let him explain it. Can you take him to the airport in the morning?
Sam's getting on a pIane?
He joined the SchoIastic DecathIon Team.
-They're competing in New York. -Sam joined a team?
-Yeah, I think there's a girI invoIved. -Oh.
Look, can you pick him up at 8:30?
I gotta go because I'm on call tonight.
Don't be Iate. I don't want him taking a taxi again.
AII right. Okay. I'II be there. Okay? I'II be there.
This morning's weather staff meeting has been moved to level four, room B.
I know you're good at rubbing peopIe the wrong way. . .
. . .but why wouId you aggravate the vice president?
Because my 1 7-year-oId kid knows more science than he does.
Your 1 7-year-oId kid does not controI our budget.
-Who cares if he hates you. -My son doesn't hate me.
If Raymond Becker puIIs our budget--
-Oh, shit! -Wait-- WiII you--? Jack.
Oh, my God.
-I'm sorry I'm Iate. -Dad, the cab's aIready here.
That's okay. I'II take care of it.
-What are--? -Here you go.
I'm not angry. I'm disappointed.
-Do you want to hear my side of it? -How can there be two sides?
I got every question right on the finaI. Mr. SpengIer faiIed me. . .
-. . .because I didn't write the soIutions. -Why not?
I do them in my head.
-Did you teII him that? -I did. He didn't beIieve me.
He said if he can't do them in his head, I'm cheating.
RidicuIous. How can he faiI you for being smarter than he is?
That's what I said.
You did?
-How'd he take it? -He fIunked me, remember?
Oh, yeah.
Sam, I'm sorry. I jumped to concIusions.
I'm gonna caII this guy and have a word with him.
We'II straighten this out.
Hey, you can't park there.
-Don't worry about it. -Sam?
Parker, this is Houston.
We're seeing some bad weather over Canaveral.
It doesn 't look like you're coming back this week.
Your wife's gonna give me an earful.
Roger that.
Hey, come take a Iook at this storm system. It's enormous.
You aII right?
He's afraid of fIying.
I'm fine.
StatisticaIIy, the chance of a pIane going down because of turbuIence. . .
. . .is Iess than, what, one in a biIIion? Or is it a miIIion?
-I can't remember if it's a-- -Shut up, Brian.
Listen, Sam. . .
. . .don't pay attention to him, okay? Everything's fine.
They're stiII serving drinks.
It appears we're gonna have a bit of a bumpy ride for the next few minutes.
Please fasten your seat belts and put your tray tables...
...and seats in their upright positions until we get through this. Thank you.
Grab it. Watch out!
Can I have my hand back?
I can't beIieve I'II be aIone with my mom.
Be patient with her. She's been Iooking forward to this hoIiday.
I know.
I Iove you.
I Iove you too.
Hey, heIIo. Bye-bye.
The cause of this extreme weather remains a mystery...
...although some meteorologists believe sunspots are to blame.
-Hundreds are missing.... -This is very odd.
There's a buoy registering a 1 3-degree drop in ocean temperature.
Oh, yeah, that's right. That buoy maIfunctioned the other day.
I'II see if there are ships near Georges Bank to get it.
This buoy isn't in Georges Bank. It's just off GreenIand.
-What are the odds of two buoys faiIing? -Remote.
Make that three.
Just another typicaI day in New York City. Traffic jam, 1 0 bIocks Iong.
Look here, Buddha. These peopIe, and their cars, and their exhaust. . .
. . .and they're poIIuting the atmosphere.
Excuse me, sir. We're reaIIy Iate.
We're aImost there.
-We're onIy two bIocks away. -Let's waIk.
What's gotten into them?
I have no idea. They're aII worked up today.
In 1 532, Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. . .
. . .defeated this Incan emperor at the Peruvian highIand town of Cajamarca.
What is his name? Time.
No, no, Montezuma was in Mexico, not Peru.
It's, Iike, Anta-something.
-AtahuaIpa? -That's it!
Time's up. Correct answers, pIease.
That's five points for Woodmont and five points for Pinehurst Academy.
Next question.
In what year did Louis Quatorze ascend to the throne of France?
This pIace is so retro, it might actuaIIy be cooI if it were on purpose.
Yeah, Iook at aII these nerds.
You Iook beautifuI.
Thanks. This pIace is incredibIe.
Do you beIieve this is their cafeteria?
You pIayed a great first round.
So did you.
These are my teammates, Sam and Brian.
-I'm Laura. -Oh, I'm J.D.
-Your schooI's amazing. -WouId you Iike a tour?
Sure. That'd be great.
CouId you hoId this for a sec?
Yeah, sure.
Man, you got some serious competition.
-And I'II bet he's reaIIy rich too. -Shut up.
-Who is it? -Terry Rapson here.
Sorry to call you so early.
No, professor, it's aII right. What is it?
WeII, we've found something extraordinary.
Extraordinary and disturbing, that is.
You recaII what you said in New DeIhi about how poIar meIting. . .
. . .might disrupt the North AtIantic Current?
WeII. . .
. . .I think it's happening.
What do you mean?
One of our NOMAD buoys registered a 1 3-degree drop... surface temperature. I've sent you an e-mail.
HoId on.
At first we thought it was a malfunction.
But there are four more across the North Atlantic showing the same thing.
This is unbeIievabIe.
You predicted it wouId happen.
Yes, but not in our Iifetime. This is too fast.
There are no forecast modeIs remoteIy capabIe. . .
. . .of pIotting this scenario, except yours.
My modeI is a reconstruction of a prehistoric cIimate shift.
It's not a forecast modeI.
It's the closest thing we have.
Nothing Iike this has ever happened before.
At Ieast not in the Iast 1 0,000 years.
As I predicted yesterday, the swell off Hurricane Noelani is incredible.
These waves are even bigger than I imagined. Just take a look.
ShouIdn't you be monitoring the weather?
This is L.A. What weather?
Wait. What's that noise?
What noise?
Honey, I'II be right back.
The Coast Guard closed the beaches, as waves have grown too big for....
-L.A. Weather Center. -It's Tommy.
I'm in the middIe of something, Tommy. What do you need?
There's haiI the size of goIf baIIs coming down here.
A low-pressure system along the California coast... creating a cyclonic system across the L.A. Basin.
-Yeah? -Boss, turn on The Weather ChanneI.
I think we have to issue a tornado warning.
What are you taIking about?
Palmdale and Lancaster are reporting wind speeds in excess....
-HoId on a second. -Conditions highly unusual for California.
We're buiIding a forecast modeI, we need-- What?
Priority access to the mainframe for two days, maybe three.
-Is that it? Anything eIse? -We need it immediateIy.
I'd say you've Iost your mind. . .
. . .but you've been this way for the past 20 years.
Tom, this is important.
What is this forecast modeI you're buiIding?
Janet Tokada, this is Jack HaII. Janet's a hurricane speciaIist with NASA.
Jack's a paIeocIimatoIogist, and I have absoIuteIy no idea what he's up to.
Booker. What's going on here?
They just issued a tornado warning in Los AngeIes.
Breaking news as we prepare to go live to Los Angeles.
Mixed reports are coming in about some extreme weather occurring in the area.
Okay, we're now going live to our Fox affiliate in Los Angeles.
We have live coverage now from our Fox 1 1 chopper. Are you there, Bart?
Yes, I'm here. These tornados are forming so fast--
-Bart! -What? Oh! Oh, my God.
Lisa, are you getting this on camera?
This tornado just erased the HoIIywood sign.
The Hollywood sign is gone. It's just shredded.
Bart, what can you see? Is anyone hurt?
I wouIdn't be surprised. There is so much damage.
And there are peopIe down there taking pictures.
Hey, what the heII are you guys doing? Go for cover!
You can't stay here! Get out of here!
What you're seeing are two actuaI tornados. . .
. . .striking Los AngeIes InternationaI Airport.
Wait. It Iooks Iike they've joined and formed one Iarge tornado.
-Tommy! -Oh, my God!
HoIy shit!
I'd like to urge all of our viewers to stay away....
-Jeff, where are you? -I'm on Yucca and Vine.
-I'm on my way. -You're on TV. You're in the middIe of it.
God! Oh, my God!
You gotta get out of there, man.
That bus just got dropped on top of that Porsche!
Oh, my God. I hope no one was in that car.
For our national audience just joining us now...
... we are going live to downtown Los Angeles right now. Tommy?
If you look over there behind me, that's a tornado.
Yes, a twister in Los AngeIes.
It's one of many tornados that are destroying our city.
There's another one. That's the Los AngeIes skyIine.
It's unbelievable! It's huge! I've never seen anything like it.
What's happening?
It Iooks Iike some sort of. . .
. . .huge, horrific, terrifying nightmare, onIy this is the reaI thing.
Yes, I'm Iooking at it right now.
-Yes, it is. -What's happening?
I'II caII you back.
Mr. President, Los AngeIes has been devastated by a series of tornados.
On top of that, the FAA wants your approvaI to suspend aII air traffic.
-What do you think we shouId do? -UntiI we can figure it out. . .
. . .I don't think we have much choice, sir.
What you're seeing is what's left of downtown Los Angeles.
Hey, man, I just got off the phone with my mom.
Excuse me, you guys. I'm reaIIy sorry, but we need to change the channeI.
The FAA has grounded all air traffic in the United States.
Unfortunately, the order came too late for two planes...
...brought down by severe turbulence in the Midwest.
-The first flight.... -So much for ""one in a biIIion. ""
AII right. AII right, Iisten up, everybody. Listen up, pIease.
We've got a Iot of work to do, and we don't have much time. . .
. . .so Iet's get started, pIease. Vorsteen?
AII our grid modeIs are worthIess.
I don't think grid modeIs are gonna be a Iot of heIp here.
Canadians report tremendous circuIation moving from the Arctic.
In Siberia, there's a Iow-pressure system never before seen.
And AustraIia just saw the strongest typhoon ever recorded.
-These things are interconnected? -We have to consider the possibiIity.
The onIy force strong enough to affect gIobaI weather is the sun.
-What's NASA have to say? -We've aIready checked.
SoIar output is normaI.
-What about the North AtIantic Current? -What about it?
I got a caII Iast night from Professor Rapson at the HedIand Center.
He thinks the current has changed.
Oh, come on, Jack. How couId that be?
The current depends upon a baIance of saIt and freshwater.
-We aII know that. -Yes. . .
. . .but no one knows how much freshwater. . .
. . .has been dumped into the ocean because of meIting poIar ice.
I think we've hit a criticaI desaIinization point.
It wouId expIain what's driving this extreme weather.
HedIand had some pretty convincing data.
They've asked me to feed it into my paIeocIimate modeI. . .
. . .to track the next events.
Are you suggesting these weather anomaIies are gonna continue?
Not just continue. Get worse.
I think we're on the verge of a major cIimate shift.
What are you gonna teII the Administration?
What do you expect me to teII them?
The government has to make preparations.
-You have a theory. -Give me the mainframe. I'II prove it.
You have 48 hours.
-Professor HaII. -Yes.
-I think your theory may be correct. -WaIk with me.
Just a few weeks ago, I monitored the strongest hurricane on record.
The haiI, the tornados, it aII fits.
Can your modeI factor in storm scenarios?
-We haven't had the time. -WeII, maybe I can heIp.
-WeIcome aboard. -Thanks.
Hi, I'm Jason.
-Hi. -Hi.
Do you have Peter's CT scan resuIts?
Yeah. The treatments shrunk the tumor 20 percent.
-Is his eyesight better today? -No. No change.
-Hi, Peter. How are you doing today? -A IittIe better.
Let me Iisten here.
Can you read that?
No, but I remember the story from the pictures.
You do?
My mother used to read it to me.
She must be very proud of you. You've been such a brave, big boy.
-Thank you. -You're weIcome.
-Here you go. -Thank you.
Jack, you've been working for 24 hours straight.
You're the onIy one who hasn't taken a break.
Maybe I'II try to shut my eyes for a whiIe.
CaII me when you get the resuIts.
Frank, is he aIways so obsessive?
-Yeah. -Yes.
Does he ever Iighten up?
-Not reaIIy. -No.
How Iong have you been working together?
WeII, Frank's been working with him. . .
. . .since the Stone Age, but I've onIy had to endure two years of servitude.
Jack, we got the resuIts.
Six to eight months? That can't be.
That time scaIe isn't in months. It's in weeks.
Widespread flooding has caused numerous closures...
...including the Lincoln and Holland Tunnels.
The pIumbing in the schooI is reaIIy oId.
With this rain, the sewage got stopped up.
Where are you staying?
They're finding a place for us with kids here.
You can't get home any sooner than tomorrow?
WeII, Iook, Dad, I wouId if I couId, you know. It's just. . . .
This smeII is unbearabIe, Dad.
Stop kidding around! I want you home.
Dad, I'll be on the train.
Do me a favor. Just don't worry about me. I'II figure it out.
AII right, son. I'II see you tomorrow.
Hey, Sam, guess what?
We got a pIace to stay.
So far, the terrible weather hasn 't hit D. C...
...but local residents aren 't taking chances... people stock up for what is already being billed as...
-... the worst storm season on record. -Better be sure.
-My ass is on the Iine. -You saw the modeI.
And I hope to God it's wrong.
-Mr. Vice President. -Tom.
-You know Professor HaII. -Yes, we've met.
Professor HaII has some information I think you shouId Iook at.
We just got these resuIts from our simuIation modeI.
They expIain what's causing this weather.
I'II read it Iater. I have to meet with the director of FEMA--
This is very urgent.
Our cIimate is changing vioIentIy. It wiII happen over the next six to eight weeks.
You said this wouIdn't happen for another 1 00 years.
-I was wrong. -WeII, suppose you're wrong this time.
I wish I were, but you're aware of what's happening everywhere.
We're making aII the necessary preparations for this storm.
What more do you expect?
You have to start thinking about Iarge-scaIe evacuations right now.
EspeciaIIy in the Northern states.
-Evacuations? -Yes.
Have you Iost your mind, HaII? I have to go.
Mr. Vice President! If we don't act now, it's going to be too Iate.
Come on, Jack.
-Thanks for bringing us here. -I couIdn't Iet you Ieave New York. . .
. . .without seeing the NaturaI History Museum.
Of course not. It's a fine coIIection of stuffed animaIs.
Hey, guys, check this out.
""The body of this mammoth was found. . .
. . .perfectIy preserved in the Siberian tundra. . .
. . .with food stiII in its mouth and stomach. . .
. . .indicating that it froze instantIy whiIe grazing. ""
It's been 24 hours now since the snow started falling across the British Isles...
...and over Northern Europe. It shows no signs of letting up.
No, no, no. You've got to stop worrying. No, no.
It's fine. We've got pIenty of suppIies. We're just snowed in.
Yeah. No, it's aII right. It's aII right.
No, you stay where you are. I'II be fine.
Yeah, I Iove you too. Okay, bye.
-Hey. How's Jeanette? -Oh, fine.
The ferry just Ianded.
Must be nice in Spain. Wish I was there.
An elite RAF search-and-rescue team has been deployed by helicopter...
... to airlift the royal family to safety.
-Yeah, you think they'II come get us? -Not IikeIy.
LuckiIy we've got our own genny, enough tea and biscuits to sink a ship.
Oh, we'II be fine.
As Iong as the Ioo doesn't back up again.
In Ireland, those remaining in Belfast and Bambridge...
...have been urged to evacuate to Dublin as soon as possible.
The north continues to receive the worst of the storm...
...and conditions in the south are expected to worsen.
We've got zero visibility. Maintain heading and speed.
-What's our heading? -035, sir.
ApproximateIy 40 kiIometers from BaImoraI CastIe.
We've lost visual contact with you.
-This gauge can't be right. -Wind speed has dropped to zero.
We have vertical walls of cirrus cloud formations.
What the heII is going on?
The bIoody fueI Iines are starting to freeze.
Port engine pressure is dropping. The rotor rpm is dropping.
We've got a fIameout on the starboard side as weII.
Prepare for crash Ianding.
SeIect emergency fueI.
Come on, you bastard!
Come on!
What I'm about to say is supposed to be confidentiaI.
SeveraI hours ago, three heIicopters went down over ScotIand.
They crashed because the fueI in their Iines froze.
-At what temperature does--? -Negative 1 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
We had to look it up.
The temperature dropped phenomenaIIy fast.
On the ground, peopIe froze before they couId get out of their cars even.
Can you get a sateIIite picture of ScotIand two hours ago?
We've got mountains of data. . .
. . .but nowhere near enough computer power to anaIyze it. Can you heIp us?
Send us what you got. We'II do our best.
Thanks, Jack. Bye for now.
This is ScotIand at the time the temperature dropped.
This thing Iooks just Iike a hurricane.
OnIy hurricanes don't form over Iand.
-Good evening, sir. -Hey, HaroId.
-Thanks, Victor. See you in the morning. -Right, sir.
-TerribIe weather. -TeII me about it.
You Iive here?
Just on the weekends.
It's my dad's pIace. He's kind of never around, so. . . .
Where is he?
Skiing in Europe with my stepmom.
Is this you and your brother?
Yeah, that's when we took a bike trip together.
It's been raining Iike this for three days now.
Come on, hurry up.
I'm just standing here.
You can't stay here.
I never Iiked this neighborhood anyway.
It's a mob scene here at Grand Central Station.
Over half the platforms are flooded and service has been suspended on all trains.
With planes still grounded and trains now out of service...
... that's bad news for the....
Victor's coming to pick me up. You guys want a ride to the train station?
Not anymore.
In Nova Scotia earlier today the ocean rose by 25 feet in a matter of seconds.
What we have feared for the past few days has indeed happened.
The cold front moving from the Arctic...
...has created an enormous storm system in Canada...
... which, incredible as it sounds, looks more like a tropical hurricane....
I gotta go pick up my IittIe brother. Do you guys want a ride?
-Where is he? -He's in a boarding schooI in PhiIadeIphia.
If this system moves south...
... we could see a wind-driven storm surge...
... threaten the entire Eastern Seaboard.
Okay, bye.
Victor's stuck in traffic over on Fifth Avenue.
It'II be easier to head out of town if we meet him over there.
You mean waIk? No, not in this.
We shouId take the stairs.
We're on the top fIoor.
I guess we're waIking.
Maybe we shouId just stay here.
I think the young Iady is right.
No. We need to get home.
Hey, Cesar, come here.
What are you doing?
The woIves, they're gone.
Just to give you an idea of the situation...
... which seems to be becoming worse with each passing minute:
At the moment, we have flooding in most parts of the island.
We've got traffic snarl-ups because the electricity is now out...
... to almost every part of Manhattan. No traffic signals.
Car accidents, at least 200.
And lower Manhattan, we've been told, is virtually inaccessible.
Can you caII Mom? WiII you pIease phone her for me?
That dog can't come in here.
Come on, man. It's pouring out there.
I don't care. Read the sign.
It's supposed to be a pubIic Iibrary.
Come on, guys, this way.
Excuse me. Your bad.
Goddamn 1 500-doIIar waterproof raincoat.
-PIease, shut up, man. -There must be rats everywhere.
That's because it's New York.
Hey! Hey!
-Open up, big papa. -It's out of service.
It's out of service.
-I'II give you $ 1 00. -You don't have to do that.
No, reaIIy. $200. I won't have it.
God, I Iove buses. This is so much fun. This is gonna be the bomb.
-I can't reach my driver. No signaI. -This is insane.
We're not gonna be abIe to drive. We shouId go back.
-Yeah, I vote for that. -Are you kidding? We have to get higher!
Come on.
Up to the Iibrary.
CaIm down.
I can't understand what you're saying.
If you stay caIm, ma'am, I'II get you out.
The door is jammed!
I don't speak French!
Hey, where's Laura?
-She was just right there. -She's right there! Right there, see?
What is she doing?
TeII them to cover their eyes.
There is a wall of water coming towards New York City. Everybody--
-What? -Her bag's in the cab. Their passports.
Forget about it.
-I'II get it for her. -Come on.
Oh, my. . . .
-Sam. -No! Brian, no!
Laura! Laura, Iook!
Come on. Come!
Come on!
Thank you.
-Is that NeviIIe's handiwork? -NeviIIe's way beyond stick figures.
-He's 6 aIready. -Oh.
No, this masterpiece beIongs to my second grandson, David.
God. I can't beIieve NeviIIe's 6 aIready.
You won't beIieve how fast they grow.
I've got Jack HaII on the phone.
They've run the data we've sent them.
Here he is.
Jack, were you abIe to recreate the thermaI cycIe?
Yes. The storm's rotation. . .
. . .is puIIing super-cooIed air aII the way down from the upper troposphere.
But shouIdn't the air warm up before it reaches ground IeveI?
It should. But it doesn 't. The air's descending too rapidly.
Is this an isoIated incident?
I'm afraid not.
We've Iocated two superceIIs in addition to the one over ScotIand.
One over Northern Canada. . .
...and another one over Siberia.
And do we know their projected paths?
Our previous estimates of six to eight weeks weren 't even close.
This one storm is going to change the face of our planet.
Here's a projection of 24 hours out.
This is 48 hours out.
And in seven to 1 0 days....
When this storm is over...
... we'll be in a new ice age.
My God.
Professor. . .
. . .it's time you got out of there.
I'm afraid that time has come and gone, my friend.
What can we do?
Save as many as you can.
Jack. . .
. . .something's happened in New York.
No, the power is out. I've been in here aII day.
-Who needs heIp? -Here. Over here.
This is the Iast one. Enjoy it.
All circuits are busy at this time.
Listen, thanks for coming back for me.
It was reaIIy brave.
I guess I better return her bag.
Just teII her how you feeI.
-Did you reach your IittIe brother yet? -No, there's stiII no service.
Damn ceII phones.
Excuse me. Are there any pay phones on the upper fIoors?
No, no, no.
-There are some on the mezzanine. -Great.
-But I think it's underwater. -Where you going? Power's out.
OIder payphones draw power directIy from the Iine.
There will be an emergency meeting of all NO AA department heads....
Oh, God. I've been trying to reach Sam.
So have I.
I tried to caII and couIdn't get you.
It's been a madhouse here. Come on.
Are you sure about this?
It works.
I Iove that picture.
Yeah, so do I.
Where was that taken?
WeII, where was I? I don't remember that trip.
Sam and I went with my sister. You were in AIaska. . .
. . .doing research on your doctorate.
Remember what he was Iike when he was that age?
Everything was ""one more. ""
One more bedtime story. One more ride on my shouIders. ""One more, Daddy. ""
Jack. Sam's on the phone. Line four.
-Sam? -Dad!
-Where are you? Are you all right? -I'm aII right. We're at the PubIic Library.
-It's Mom. I'm so happy you're okay. -Mom.
Can you caII Laura and Brian's parents and teII them we're aII right?
Yes, of course.
-Sam, what's that noise? -Sam?
What is going on out there, Dad?
Sam. Sam, Iisten to me.
Listen very carefuIIy.
Forget what I said about heading south.
It's too Iate. The storm is gonna get worse.
It'll turn into a massive blizzard with an eye in the center like a huge hurricane.
OnIy the air wiII be so coId, you couId freeze to death in seconds.
-WeII, what shouId we do? -Listen to me, son.
Do not go outside.
Burn what you can to stay warm, and try to wait it out.
I wiII come for you. Do you understand me? I wiII come for you.
-Sam, come back! -Sam?
Sam, did you hear me?
Did you hear me?
-TeII me he's gonna be okay-- -He's gonna be aII right.
He's gonna be aII right, you understand?
I thought you'd drowned.
Let's find some dry cIothes for you. Come on.
Where'd you store the arctic gear?
You can't make it to New York, Jack.
I've waIked that far before in the snow.
This is not the same.
Jack, this is not the same. Lucy, teII him.
I have to do this.
I know.
My hands are shak--
-Shaking. -That's okay. Here.
Here. Come here.
What are you doing?
I'm using my body heat to warm you.
If we Iet the bIood from your arms and Iegs. . .
. . .rush back to your heart too quickIy. . .
. . .your heart couId faiI.
Where did you Iearn that?
Some of us were actuaIIy paying attention in heaIth cIass.
How are you feeIing?
Much better.
Frank toId me about Sam.
I won't try to taIk you out of going, but there's something I need first.
You have to expIain your resuIts to the Administration.
-I aIready tried that, Tom. -I know. It'II be different.
You're gonna brief the president directIy.
-Is that the Iast of it? -Pretty much.
We aIso found this radio, but I don't think it works.
Let me see it.
Buddha, keep quiet.
You ain't even supposed to be in here anyway.
Come on, guys.
Oh, my God.
The basic ruIe of storms is they continue. . .
. . .untiI the imbaIance that created them is corrected.
In this case, we're taIking about a gIobaI reaIignment.
This superstorm wiII Iast seven to 1 0 days.
When it's over, ice and snow wiII cover the entire Northern Hemisphere.
The ice and snow wiII refIect sunIight.
The Earth's atmosphere wiII restabiIize. . .
. . .with an average temperature cIose to that of the Iast Ice Age.
WeII, what can we do about this?
Head as far south as possibIe.
That is not amusing, professor.
Where do you suggest they go?
The farther south they go, the safer they'II be.
Texas. Parts of FIorida that aren't fIooded. Mexico wouId be best.
Mexico? Maybe you shouId stick to science and Ieave poIicy to us.
WeII, we tried that approach.
You didn't wanna hear about the science when it couId have made a difference.
What exactIy are you proposing, professor?
Evacuate everyone south of that Iine.
What about the peopIe in the North?
I'm afraid it's too Iate for them.
If they go outside. . .
. . .the storm wiII kiII them.
At this point. . .
. . .their best chance is to stay inside.
Try to ride it out.
What do you think he'II do?
I don't know.
Jack. . .
. . .thanks. . .
. . .and good Iuck.
You too.
We're aII gonna need it.
We can't evacuate haIf the country. . .
. . .because one scientist thinks the cIimate is shifting.
-Every minute we deIay costs Iives. -And the other haIf of the country?
If Professor HaII is right about this storm. . .
. . .sending troops north wiII create more victims.
We need to save the peopIe we can right now.
We take the same approach in triage on the battIefieId.
Sometimes it's necessary to make difficuIt choices--
I don't accept abandoning haIf the country is necessary.
Maybe if you Iistened sooner, it wouIdn't be.
BuIIshit. It's easy for him to suggest this pIan.
-He's safeIy here in Washington. -His son is in Manhattan.
I thought you shouId know before you start questioning his motives.
We're going to foIIow HaII's pIan.
-GeneraI. -Sir?
Give the order for the NationaI Guard to evacuate Southern states.
Yes, sir.
Vivian. . .
. . .get me my wife.
Sorry, mates, but we're just about out of petroI.
Is there any chance. . .
. . .that it'II run. . .
. . .on this?
Are you mad?
That's a 1 2-year-oId Scotch.
To EngIand.
To mankind.
To Manchester United.
I just. . . .
I just wish I couId have seen him grow up. You know?
The important thing is he wiII grow up.
Maybe you shouId have somebody heIp you with that.
Sir, I am president of the EIectronics CIub. . .
. . .the Math CIub and the Chess CIub.
Now, if there's a bigger nerd in here, pIease, point him out.
I'II just Ieave you aIone to work on it, okay?
Come on, Buddha, come on. Do your business.
Look, there's nobody around.
You know what? I'II turn around. I won't Iook. I promise.
Hey, man, there's peopIe out there.
I was waIking my dog.
There's hundreds of them. They're waIking on the snow.
Where they aII going?
They're getting out of the city before it's too Iate.
AII right, everybody. Quiet down.
When was the Iast time anyone got a signaI on a ceII phone?
I got through to my cousin in Memphis an hour ago.
They're being evacuated to the South.
We shouId get moving too.
The water is frozen over enough to waIk on.
We shouId get going before the snow gets too deep.
Everyone, wrap yourseIves up as fast as you can.
We shouIdn't go.
Why not, Sam? Everyone's Ieaving.
When I taIked to my dad, he toId me to stay inside.
The storm wiII kiII anybody in it.
-Then you have to say something. -I know.
Excuse me, sir, you're making a mistake.
What? Listen, we're aII scared, but we've got no choice.
-That's not it. -Get ready to go.
If these peopIe go outside, they wiII freeze to death!
Okay, what is this nonsense?
It's not nonsense. AII right? Look, this storm is gonna get worse.
The peopIe caught outside wiII freeze to death.
-Where are you getting this? -My dad's a cIimatoIogist.
-He works for the government. -So, what do we do?
We stay inside, we keep warm, and we wait it out.
The snow is getting deeper by the minute.
We'd be trapped here without food, suppIies. . . .
-It's a risk, yeah-- -An unnecessary risk.
No, no. It's not.
We've wasted enough time taIking. Come on.
Let's go.
-Look, Iook. Just Iook for a second. -Come on, everybody--
This storm is gonna get bad. It's gonna get reaIIy, reaIIy bad.
You're not gonna be abIe to survive it.
BeIieve me.
Sir, pIease just stay. Just stay.
Just don't. . . .
She's set to go. Come on, straight to the back, guys.
It'll be impossible to reach each other.
Leave a message for me at the embassy in Mexico City.
Okay, I wiII.
I Iove you.
I Iove you, Jack.
TeII Sam I Iove him so much.
God be with you.
-Dr. HaII? -Yeah.
We haven't been abIe to reach Peter's parents.
-I'm gonna try Iater, okay? -Okay. Thank you.
I got it.
You're supposed to be on a bus heading south.
I've been watching your back for 20 years. You think I'd Iet you go aIone?
And aII these years I thought I was watching your back.
Where are the keys?
In the truck.
Where do you think you're going?
Neither one of you can navigate worth a damn.
Without me, you'II end up in CIeveIand.
I'II try to give you updates on the storm as it heads your way.
Good Iuck, Jack.
Breaking news from the U.S.-Mexico border.
Just haIf an hour ago, Mexican officiaIs cIosed the border. . .
. . .in the Iight of so many U.S. refugees who are fIeeing south. . .
. . .in the wake of the approaching storm.
These people came in anticipation of crossing into Mexico.
Instead, they've been met with closed gates.
And now, in a dramatic reversal of illegal immigration...
. . .thousands of peopIe are crossing the Rio Grande into Mexico.
The scene unfolding here behind me is one of desperation and frustration.
People have abandoned their cars, grabbed their belongings...
...and they are wading across the river illegally into Mexico.
Here it is.
This firepIace probabIy hasn't been used in about 1 00 years.
AII right.
-What are you doing? -What did you think we wouId burn?
-You can't burn books. -No, absoIuteIy not.
You want to freeze to death?
I'II go get some more.
I'II heIp you.
I'm going with them.
Okay, do you have a cafeteria or a Iunchroom?
Just an empIoyees' Iounge with a few vending machines.
We're not gonna Iast Iong on M&M's and potato chips.
What about the garbage cans?
There's aIways something to eat in the garbage.
Friedrich Nietzsche? We can't burn Nietzsche.
He was the most important thinker of the 1 9th century.
PIease. He was a chauvinist pig in Iove with his sister.
He was not a chauvinist pig.
But he was in Iove with his sister.
Excuse me? You guys?
Yeah, there's a whoIe section on tax Iaw down here that we can burn.
After hours of uncertainty, the traffic is now moving smoothly...
...from the United States into Mexico.
This is only possible because the president was able to negotiate a deal...
... to forgive all Latin American debt in exchange for opening the border.
Now, multitudes of American families are feeling a rush of relief....
Is Peter's ambuIance here?
-Why? -They've aII gone.
-What? -In the confusion. . .
. . .I don't know what happened. PeopIe started to panic, and they Ieft. . . .
-God. -There's a poIiceman with a snowpIow.
-He's waiting outside. -God.
Peter can't be moved in anything but an ambuIance.
I caIIed and Ieft a message for the county ambuIance service.
Okay, you shouId go, and I'II stay and wait.
Lucy, no.
-No. -No, you shouId go.
He's not gonna wait forever.
It's okay.
I'm sorry.
-It's okay. -AII right.
You aII right?
Yeah, I'm fine. I just-- I cut my Ieg the other day.
Did you get a signaI?
Yeah, for a minute.
Man, this storm is everywhere.
It's hit the entire Northern Hemisphere.
Europe is buried under 1 5 feet of snow. . .
. . .and they say it's gonna get just as bad here.
I mean, I don't think your dad's gonna make it.
No, he'II make it.
He'II make it.
The White House has ordered a national disaster alert...
...for all Northern states.
Continued exposure to the approaching storm is deadly.
Remain indoors and take all measures to stay warm, burning any fuel sources...
...until the storm is over. Roads are impassable across New York State... far south as Pennsylvania....
Where are we?
Looks Iike we're just north of PhiIadeIphia.
Look out!
You guys okay?
-Yeah. -Yeah.
-Once again, roads across the.... -Sorry, boss.
Unpack the snowshoes.
We're waIking from here.
Come on, ma'am. Let's get up and get going.
We've onIy made it to BrookIyn. Maybe we shouId just turn back.
Why? HaIf the city's frozen under water. There's nothing to go back to.
Time to get up and keep moving.
What we shouId've done is stayed in the Iibrary.
Okay, guys, Iet's get moving.
Wake up.
What are you doing?
Newspaper's best, but this'II do.
You know, you spend some years on the streets and you Iearn how to keep warm.
I got one.
Your favorite vacation.
Besides this one?
AII right.
I went to GreenIand with my dad on one of his research trips a few years ago. . .
. . .and the ship broke down, and we got stuck.
And it rained constantIy.
That sounds reaIIy boring.
But actuaIIy reaIIy nice, you know?
Just me and my dad hanging out for 1 0 days.
Are you aII right?
I'm fine.
I just dropped in to do a IittIe shopping.
I gotta Iose this sIed.
HoId on! We'II puII you up.
Jason! You've got to support Frank's weight.
Okay, I'II try.
Okay, I think I have his weight now.
I'm coming to you.
The gIass is breaking!
Too much weight.
It's not gonna hoId.
No. No.
Frank. I can get you out.
Don't do it!
-No, Frank, no! -Frank, no!
What have you got there?
A Gutenberg BibIe.
It was in the rare books room.
You think God's gonna save you?
No. I don't beIieve in God.
You're hoIding onto that BibIe pretty tight.
I'm protecting it.
This BibIe is the first book ever printed.
It represents the dawn of the age of reason.
As far as I'm concerned, the written word is mankind's greatest achievement.
You can Iaugh.
But if Western civiIization is finished. . .
. . .I'm gonna save at Ieast one IittIe piece of it.
We heard somebody was Ieft behind.
-We brought an ambuIance. -Thank God.
Thank you so much for coming.
Hey, are you aII right?
You Iook Iike you have a fever or something.
I'm fine. I just can't sIeep.
My mind keeps going over aII those worthIess decathIon facts.
-It's pretty stupid, huh? -No, it's aII right.
I guess you just haven't had time to adjust yet.
How am I supposed to adjust, Sam?
Everything I've ever cared about, everything I've worked for. . .
. . .has aII been preparation for a future that no Ionger exists.
I know you aIways thought I took the competition too seriousIy.
You were right.
-It was aII for nothing. -No, no. I--
No, I just-- I just said that to avoid admitting the truth.
Truth about what?
About why I joined the team.
I joined it because of you.
I know.
I know.
-Mr. President. -AII right.
I'm sorry, sir, we can't wait any Ionger.
We're the Iast ones.
AII right.
Mexicali Control, this is Delta 26.
We've got an urgent message for high command.
Request priority for landing zone one.
Roger that, Delta 26. Transport will be waiting.
-Sir. -Thank you, corporaI.
-Sorry for the deIay, sir. -Carry on.
Madam Secretary.
The president's motorcade got caught in the storm.
They didn't make it.
And she wouIdn't wake up this morning. I--
She onIy had a fever. I don't understand.
She's awfuIIy paIe.
None of us has had anything reaI to eat in days.
-It's hypothermia. -But how can it be hypothermia?
-We've aII been in-- -Maybe it's the fIu.
No, no, it's not the fIu.
And how do you know?
Books can be good for things other than burning. What are her symptoms?
I toId you that she has a fever and her-- She's got a reaIIy coId sweat.
How's her puIse?
-It's reaIIy fast. -Does she have any injuries?
Like a cut that might have gotten infected?
She was compIaining about a cut on her Ieg a few days ago.
I didn't think anything of it.
Oh, my gosh.
That's bIood poisoning. Septicemia.
She couId go into septic shock.
I've seen that before. That can get bad.
She needs a massive dose of peniciIIin. . .
. . .or a broad-spectrum antibiotic immediateIy, or. . . .
Or what?
I've never seen anything Iike it.
There's no point of reference. AII I can see is cIoud cover.
What are you doing?
Taking infrared image of thermaI currents.
Send to Houston, KoroIev, your weather service.
I'II heIp you.
Tom? Tom, wake up. I just received some sateIIite images. . .
. . .from the space station. You better take a Iook.
How big is this thing?
The vortex is 50 miIes in diameter.
And growing. The two ceIIs over Europe and Asia are even bigger.
Good God.
This one's gonna hit New York inside an hour.
Are you aII right?
-What are you doing? -There's gotta be medicine on that ship.
I thought you said it was too dangerous to go outside.
I know I did.
Where did you find those chairs?
I'm going with you.
Me too.
Come on, damn it!
-It's aII in Russian. I-- -I know.
-Hey, hey, hey, guys. I found it. -What? How do you know?
Because it says ""peniciIIin"" on the bottIe.
Hey, wait. This is the mess haII.
-We shouId find some food. -We don't have time.
None of us are gonna survive much Ionger without food. IncIuding Laura.
-Sam, over here. -What?
-I'm okay. -What happened?
AII I did was open up the cupboard.
-WeII, we can use it. -For what?
Put food in it.
PuII him in, Brian!
You aII right?
My Ieg.
Here, use this.
It shouId be over New York by now.
SateIIite readings show a temperature drop. . .
. . .of 1 0 degrees per second.
You guys. . .
. . .I think we're in the eye of it.
We gotta get back right now.
Look, I'm gonna go outside, and I'm gonna Iure the woIves out of the room.
When they Ieave, you Iock the door.
Good Iuck.
-Brian, hurry. -I need something.
Come on, hurry!
Brian! Brian, open the door!
We have to get out of here now.
Brian, get the suppIies.
Oh, shit. Let's go!
PuII, Brian!
Take the medicine to Laura.
We're aImost there. Come on!
Brian! CIose the door!
Don't Iet the fire go out!
What's happening?
Buddha, come away from the door.
Come, Buddha, come!
More books! More books!
How Iong have I been out of it?
CoupIe hours.
How do you feeI?
Okay. What happened?
WeII, we had to get inside in kind of a hurry, so I sort of pushed you in.
I shouId be used to you pushing me around.
Good to have you back.
What are you doing?
The eye of the storm has passed, and we're 40 miIes from Manhattan.
ShouIdn't we wait one more day?
Sam may not have one more day.
What do you think's gonna happen to us?
What do you mean?
I mean us. CiviIization. Everybody.
Mankind survived the Iast Ice Age.
We're certainIy capabIe of surviving this one.
AII depends on whether or not we're abIe to Iearn from our mistakes.
I sure as heII wouId Iike a chance to Iearn from mine.
You did everything you couId.
I was thinking about Sam.
Jack, you know the chances of Sam. . . .
I made my son a promise.
I'm going to keep it.
Parker, this is Houston. Do you read?
Roger, mission control. Go ahead.
We've got scattered reports that the storm is dissipating over North America.
Can you confirm?
Affirmative. It's finaIIy cIearing.
We're over Europe right now.
I can see Iandmass for the first time in days.
How much further is it to the Iibrary?
It shouId be. . .
. . .right here.
I'm sorry, Jack.
Who is that?
My father.
You made it.
Of course I did.
Mr. President.
I've just received a shortwave radio transmission from Jack HaII.
He made it to New York.
He says there are survivors.
Thank you, Tom.
That's. . . .
That's good news.
These past few weeks have left us all with a profound sense of humility... the face of nature's destructive power.
For years, we operated under the belief that we could continue...
...consuming our planet's natural resources without consequence.
We were wrong.
I was wrong.
The fact that my first address to you comes from a consulate on foreign soil... a testament to our changed reality.
Not only Americans...
...but people all around the globe are now guests in the nations...
... we once called The Third World.
In our time of need, they have taken us in and sheltered us.
And I am deeply grateful for their hospitality.
We mourn the loss of a spirited leader whose courageous order to evacuate....
Peter? Hey, you feeIing okay today?
For days, we've despaired about the fate of the people...
... who are trapped in the North.
Today, there is cause for hope.
Only a few hours ago, I received word that a small group of people...
...survived in New York City against all odds...
...and in the face of tremendous adversity.
I've ordered an immediate search-and-rescue mission...
... to bring them home and to look for more survivors.
It's good to see you. Come on, Iet's go get on board.
Look at that.
Have you ever seen the air so cIear?
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Deep Space 9 1x01 and 1x02 Emissary
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Deep blue sea
Defiant Ones The
Delicatessen (1991)
Delirium (Delirio Caldo)(23.976)
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Demetrius And The Gladiators 1954
Demoiselles de Rochefort Les CD1
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Demon Baby
Demonic Beauty (2002)
Demonlover CD1
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Dentist 2 The 1998
Derrick 2004
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Desert Fox - The Story of Rommel
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Destry Rides Again
Detroit 9000
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Devil Probable The
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Devil is a Woman The
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Devils Backbone The
Devils Brigade The
Devils Own The
Dial M for Murder 1954
Diamonds Are Forever
Diana Krall Live in Paris
Diarios De Motocicleta
Diary of a Chambermaid
Diary of a Country Priest (1951 Bresson Robert)
Dias de Nietzsche em Turim
Dickie Roberts Former Child Star
Die Another Day (2002) CD1
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Die Hard 1988 Extended Version CD1
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Die Hard With a Vengeance
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Diez de hollywood Los 1951
Dil Ka Kya Kasoor
Dil Ka Rishta
Dirty Dancing
Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
Dirty Harry
Dirty Tiger Crazy Frog 1978
Discovery Air Jaws Sharks of South Africa
Discovery Channel - Raising The Mammoth
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Distant Lights
Distant Thunder
Django spara per primo
Do Raaste
Do The Right Thing CD1
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Dobry vojak Svejk
Dodeskaden (Akira Kurosawa)
Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story
Dog Nail Clipper
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Dogs Of War The 1981
Dogville CD1
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Doing Hard Time CD1
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Dois Perdidos Numa Noite Suja 2002
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD1
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Dolce Vita La 1960 CD1
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Dolores Claiborne (1995)
Domicile conjugal
Don Giovanni CD1
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Dong (The Hole) 1998
Donggam (2000) - Ditto
Donnie Brasco
Donnie Darko
Dont Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
Dont Bother to Knock
Dont look now
Dont say a word
Donzoko 1957
Door in the Floor The 2004
Doors The CD1
Doors The CD2
Dora-Heita 2000
Double Jeopardy
Double Team
Double Vision (Shuang Tong)
Doulos Le
Down By Law 1986
Down Periscope
Down Time
Down With Love
Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Dr Dolittle
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dr No
Dr Strangelove
Dracula - Dead and Loving It
Dracula 1931
Dracula 1979
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968
Dragon Head CD1
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Dragonball Z
Dragonheart (1996)
Dragonheart - Collectors Edition
Dragons Forever (Jackie Chan)
Dragstrip Girl
DreamKeeper 2003 CD1
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Dream Master The
Dream Of A Warrior (Cheonsamong)
Dreamers The
Dreamlife of Angels The
Dressed to Kill 1980
Drifting Clouds
Driving Miss Daisy
Driving miss Wealthy (2004)
Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999
Drowning Mona CD1
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Drums Along the Mohawk
Drunken Master (Yuen Woo-Ping 1978)
Du rififi chez les hommes (Jules Dassin 1955) CD1
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Duck Soup (1933 Marx Brothers)
Dude Wheres My Car
Duel The
Duel in the Sun CD1
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Duel to the Death
Duellists The
Dumb And Dumberer When Harry Met Lloyd 2003
Dumb and Dumber
Dune 2000 - 1 of 3
Dune 2000 - 2 of 3
Dune 2000 - 3 of 3
Dungeons And Dragons
Dunken Monkey 2002
Dust in the Wind (Hsiao-hsien Hou 1986)
Dying td CD1
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The Dawns Here Are Quiet The CD2