I get it! Nicolas Cage finds a piece of paper that, 50 years prior, unerringly predicted each and every future large-scale disaster to come… and there’s a few more yet to unfold. And Nicolas Cage will stop those disasters from unfolding. Because these predictions are absolutely accurate and comprehensive, and therefore the future disasters they insist are coming — and will certainly come because all the other predictions have been correct — must be prevented. And they will be prevented because Nicolas Cage is our hero.
I don’t get it.
Oh, I get that it’s like the bogus “Bible code” meets Next, the bogus “Nic Cage can see into the future” movie from a few years ago. I just don’t get how this is going to work.
Unless I’m completely wrong about how this movie must inevitably turn out. Maybe Nicolas Cage will not save the world and his adorable towheaded little son at the same time.
But I’m guessing if I’m wrong about anything, it’s about that.
Knowing opens in the U.S. on March 20 and in the U.K. on March 27.
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