San Andreas

In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in California, a rescue-chopper pilot makes a dangerous journey across the state in order to rescue his estranged daughter.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Ray Gaines: Dwayne Johnson
  • Blake Gaines: Alexandra Daddario
  • Emma Gaines: Carla Gugino
  • Daniel Riddick: Ioan Gruffudd
  • Serena Johnson: Archie Panjabi
  • Dr. Lawrence Hayes: Paul Giamatti
  • Ben Taylor: Hugo Johnstone-Burt
  • Ollie Taylor: Art Parkinson
  • Dr Kim Park: Will Yun Lee
  • Susan Riddick: Kylie Minogue
  • Joby O’Leary: Colton Haynes
  • Marcus: Todd Williams
  • Harrison: Matt Gerald
  • Alexi: Alec Utgoff
  • Phoebe: Marissa Neitling
  • Natalie: Morgan Griffin
  • Larissa: Breanne Hill
  • Elgin: Laurence Coy
  • Margie: Fiona Press
  • Herb: Dennis Coard
  • Dylan: Ben McIvor
  • Preppy: Nick Allen-Ducat
  • Glasses: Claire Lovering
  • Ponytail: Sophia Emberson-Bain
  • Stoner: Julian Shaw
  • Refugee Camp Reporter: Sofie Formica
  • Refugee: Julie Brandt-Richards
  • Daniel Reddick’s Assistant: Hugh Boddam-Whetham
  • Riddick Building Security Guard: Brad McMurray
  • Daniel Riddick’s Driver: John Reynolds
  • Kim Swann: Simone Kessell
  • Jenny Swann: Saskia Williscroft
  • Mallory: Arabella Morton
  • Riddick Female Assistant: Hayley Sullivan
  • Female Flight Attendant: Renee Somerfield
  • Man in Parking Garage: Joey Vieira
  • Looter #1: Benjamin Blankenship
  • Looter #2: Barry Southgate
  • Female Teen Messenger: Nikki Green
  • Pedestrian #1: Calum Grant
  • Pedestrian #2: Eduardo Ambriz DeColosio
  • Pedestrian #3: Michael Asberry
  • Pedestrian #4: Teirrah McNair
  • Motobike Cop on Foot: Michael Yamaguchi
  • Julie – Tsunami Victim (uncredited): AnnaCorey
  • D . Park (uncredited): Stephen Chang
  • Survivor (uncredited): Hayley Gagner
  • Wounded Girl on Bridge (uncredited): Stephanie Johnston
  • Business Man Survivor (uncredited): Tom O’Reilly
  • Disaster Resident (uncredited): Vanessa Ross
  • Reddick Architect (uncredited): Andrea Walker
  • Looter with Gun (uncredited): Allan Poppleton
  • Disaster Resident (uncredited): John Lobato
  • Earthquake Victim (uncredited): Ed Moy

Film Crew:

  • Visual Effects Producer: Crys Forsyth-Smith
  • Executive Producer: Bruce Berman
  • Casting: Deborah Aquila
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Colin Strause
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Greg Strause
  • Editor: Bob Ducsay
  • Supervising Art Director: Charlie Revai
  • Foley Artist: Ellen Heuer
  • Producer: Beau Flynn
  • Key Grip: Dave Childers
  • Rigging Grip: Brook Johnson
  • Key Makeup Artist: Gretchen Davis
  • Key Hair Stylist: Yvette Rivas
  • Casting: Nina Henninger
  • Casting Associate: Sarah Kliban
  • Sound Effects Editor: Christopher Assells
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Per Hallberg
  • Production Design: Barry Chusid
  • Executive Producer: Rob Cowan
  • Executive Producer: Toby Emmerich
  • Second Unit Director: Paul Jennings
  • Costume Design: Wendy Chuck
  • Executive Producer: Tripp Vinson
  • Makeup Designer: Rick Findlater
  • Director of Photography: Steve Yedlin
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: David Burr
  • Executive Producer: Richard Brener
  • Art Direction: Michael E. Goldman
  • Art Direction: Tom Nursey
  • Set Decoration: Lisa Thompson
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Jaron Presant
  • Original Music Composer: Andrew Lockington
  • Story: Jeremy Passmore
  • Aerial Director of Photography: Dylan Goss
  • Makeup Effects: Tom Woodruff Jr.
  • Stunt Coordinator: Allan Poppleton
  • Director: Brad Peyton
  • Stunt Coordinator: Bob Brown
  • Screenplay: Carlton Cuse
  • ADR Voice Casting: Mark Sussman
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Shelley Andagan
  • Makeup Effects: Alec Gillis
  • Casting: Tricia Wood
  • Art Direction: Matthew Putland
  • Pilot: Alan D. Purwin
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jon Devore
  • Unit Production Manager: Anne Bruning
  • Casting: Kirsty McGregor
  • Visual Effects Producer: Brett Dowler
  • Story: Andre Fabrizio
  • Music Editor: Tom Kramer
  • Foley: Dan O’Connell
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Gregg Landaker
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jon Title
  • Visual Effects Producer: Eric A. Kohler
  • Visual Effects Producer: Sarah Swick
  • Camera Operator: Greg Baldi
  • Underwater Camera: Simon Christidis
  • Foley: John T. Cucci
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Tim LeBlanc
  • VFX Supervisor: Holger Voss
  • Visual Effects Producer: Dane Allan Smith
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Katherine Rodtsbrooks
  • Art Direction: Jacinta Leong
  • Sound Designer: Ann Scibelli
  • Still Photographer: Jasin Boland
  • Gaffer: Reg Garside
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bruce Woloshyn
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Allan Magled
  • Executive Producer: Michael Disco
  • Dialogue Editor: Daniel Saxlid
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Joe Pancake
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Nordin Rahhali
  • Unit Publicist: Amanda Brand
  • Makeup Artist: Jennifer Stanfield
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Leanne Brooks
  • Camera Operator: Keir Beck
  • Visual Effects Producer: Jeff Atherton
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Bryan Grill
  • Visual Effects Producer: Robert E. Evans
  • Sound Designer: Peter Staubli
  • ADR Editor: Kerry Dean Williams
  • Sound Effects Editor: Dan Hegeman
  • ADR Supervisor: Chris Jargo
  • Visual Effects Editor: Mark Edward Wright
  • First Assistant Editor: Sam Bollinger
  • ADR Editor: Laura Graham
  • Compositors: Chris O’Connell
  • Foley: Alex Ullrich
  • Assistant Art Director: Tony Williams
  • Lighting Supervisor: Jeff Ranasinghe
  • Camera Operator: Stephen Buckingham
  • CG Supervisor: Joel Sevilla
  • Foley Editor: Jessie Pariseau
  • Camera Operator: Brian Bernstein
  • Assistant Editor: Brett McManus
  • Stunts: Sean Button
  • Executive Producer: Steven Mnuchin
  • Set Costumer: Samantha Walker
  • Compositors: Brian N. Bentley
  • Visual Effects Producer: Anna-Louise Gordon
  • VFX Supervisor: Mohsen Mousavi
  • Animation Director: Marlene Chazot
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Geoff Heron
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Martyn Culpitt
  • Rigging Grip: Michael Best
  • Art Department Coordinator: John Higgins
  • Costume Supervisor: Elly Kamal
  • Co-Producer: Hiram Garcia
  • Script Supervisor: Victoria Sullivan
  • Title Designer: Alphonse Swinehart
  • VFX Production Coordinator: Graham Martin
  • Visual Effects Producer: Roopesh Gujar
  • Set Decoration: Michael Westerman
  • CG Supervisor: Rhys Claringbull
  • CG Supervisor: Eric Clement
  • CG Supervisor: Remy Torre
  • Gaffer: Cristofer Adrian
  • Camera Operator: Peter Gulla
  • Helicopter Camera: Richard Roles
  • Steadicam Operator: Mark Goellnicht
  • Set Costumer: Amanda Ramirez
  • Digital Intermediate: Philip Beckner
  • Digital Intermediate: Jeff Halsey
  • Art Department Coordinator: Sara Ghaffar
  • Art Department Coordinator: Sherman Kew
  • Assistant Art Director: Susan Alegria
  • Assistant Art Director: Jodie Whetter
  • Associate Producer: Wendy Jacobson
  • Executive Producer: Samuel J. Brown
  • Animation Supervisor: Greg Fisher
  • ADR Voice Casting: Patty Connolly
  • Chief Lighting Technician: Bob Finley III
  • Visual Effects Editor: Ayse Dedeoglu
  • Rigging Grip: Gregory Collis
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Margaret Robbs
  • Animation Supervisor: Eric Petey
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Suzanne Evans-Booth
  • Dolly Grip: Don L. Henderson
  • Lighting Technician: Sophie Shellenberger
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Anna Guseva
  • VFX Production Coordinator: Melyssa Forget Turcotte
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Megan Galbraith
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: CJ Cole
  • Property Master: Justine Dunn
  • VFX Editor: Jason Cooper
  • VFX Supervisor: Max Wood
  • VFX Editor: William Marshall Wilkinson
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Gemma Office
  • First Assistant Director: Simon Warnock
  • Pilot: Frédéric North
  • Property Master: Stephanie Furr
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Leanna Kruse
  • Second Assistant Director: Guy Campbell
  • 3D Modeller: Lenora Acidera
  • Pilot: Ben Skorstad
  • 3D Modeller: Daniel Perez
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sara Bold
  • Visual Effects Producer: Randy Starr
  • Makeup Artist: Andrea Pino
  • Hairstylist: Karen Kelly
  • Production Coordinator: Nicholas Copping
  • Dialogue Coach: Peter Kent
  • Marine Coordinator: Burke Beardsley
  • Ager/Dyer: Sharon Fauvel
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jamie Erickson
  • Lighting Technician: David Tilburey
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jason Bradford
  • Set Costumer: Tanya Woelfle
  • Lighting Technician: Mark Bills
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Shannon Y.F. Lum
  • Construction Coordinator: Vincent DeSantis
  • Casting Associate: Stevie Ray
  • Key Grip: Sean Aston
  • 3D Artist: Philip Trieu
  • Hairstylist: Robert Mrazik
  • Makeup Artist: Maria O’Reilly
  • Makeup Artist: Desiree Vogelsang
  • Construction Coordinator: Ross Clarke
  • Art Department Coordinator: David Hendrickson
  • Construction Coordinator: Ben Nichols
  • Dolly Grip: David Shaw
  • Dolly Grip: Gregory M. Childers
  • Key Grip: Adam Kuiper
  • Lighting Technician: James Kennedy
  • Lighting Technician: Nathan Frost
  • Rigging Gaffer: James Kumarelas
  • Pilot: David Alan Hughes
  • Pilot: Ted Stallings
  • 2D Supervisor: Nicolas Cadorette Vigneau
  • 3D Generalist: Andres Martinez
  • 3D Generalist: Jordan Fast
  • 3D Generalist: Tilo Spalke
  • Lead Animator: Mike Mulock
  • Lighting Supervisor: Yuji Yagasaki
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Monty Granito
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: J. Todd Constantine
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Philip Cabana
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sonia Gilmore
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Simran Khalsa
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Philip Marvin
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Kristin Patterson
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Melanie Marlar
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Ryan Flick
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Mohan Sangeeth
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Andrea Schimpl
  • Visual Effects Editor: Kyle Sironen
  • Visual Effects Editor: Esther Sokolow
  • Visual Effects Editor: Evan Salusbury
  • Production Supervisor: Vanessa Mendoza
  • Title Designer: Christopher Billig
  • Assistant Editor: Shaun Aprahamian
  • Production Coordinator: Rajanikant Arya
  • Stunts: Monika Sloan
  • Stunts: Chantelle Slee
  • Assistant Director: Marieke Spence
  • Stunts: Brittany Morris

Movie Reviews:

  • liamelanita: > Film San Andreas nice but to be honest I do not like the plot, why? because in the story of this movie seem monotonous and selfish. Many victims around but why Ray and Emma only focused to rescue his daughter (Blake) alone, but Ray is living as rescuers, the film tends to be lacking in the delivery of its humanitarian message.
  • John Chard: Lots of rocks everywhere…

    It’s CGI destruction time as Dwayne Johnson battles earthquakes and a tsunami to go rescue his daughter – with estranged wife in tow of course.

    Disaster films are easy to kick because very rarely they are nothing more than candy carnage with a trite screenplay and cheese laden dialogue. Such is the case with San Andreas. In essence this is a remake of Roland Emmerich’s 2012, only this is the shorter version with the time span that 2012 should have had. This does exactly what the marketing department promised it would, namely lots of crash bang and wallop, but just like Emmerich’s behemoth it gets boring entering the final third, the writing just not good enough to hold interest once the noise and destruction dies down before the big finale arrives. Suspense is absent, emotional investment in characters is null and void, while there are no worthwhile surprises in store. But on the plus side Johnson is a likable guy and he carries us through till the end of what is a fun movie if expectation levels are appropriately set at dumb popcorn fodder. 6/10

  • Gimly: I have never been a fan of the Disaster genre, I don’t seem to be able to take much more away from it than visual noise. I was hoping that the combined might of Alexandra Daddario and The Rock would be enough to turn me around on _San Andreas_, alas, it was not to be.

    _Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: This is a classical Hollywood movie, thin plot and a lot of effects. However, this time, I quite liked it. Actually I liked it a lot. The plot, although thin, is not altogether bad, it holds together even though are quite a few unbelievable moments. However, put in the context of a traditional disaster movie, it is not bad.. Maybe this is what I like about the movie. It is really a good old fashioned disaster movie.

    When I first read the blurb about this movie I was afraid that it was going to be a big apocalypse at the beginning and then it was going to be a “slow” search for Ray’s daughter. It is nothing of the kind. It has a decent build up of suspense up to quite a few more or less spectacular earth quake scenes … and then it continues. I was pretty happy that there was a decent build up from the start but I was even more happy that the initial earth wrecking event was actually not the big event.

    As I wrote at the beginning, the plot is pretty thin. The special effects are not however. At least, I liked them. Not surprisingly houses a are falling over like there was no tomorrow (which for a lot of people there are not) but it is done quite well. I also liked the scenes where the earth wobbles when Ray and his wife flies over it in his chopper. I found that quite cool. There are a few moments that are, well let us say not too well thought through. For instance the classical collapsing building that collapses in the just the right pace for the heroes to do there job. The we have when Ray and his wife speeds through the waters of Los Angeles after the quake, which are riddled with trash. The amount of trash in the water would have rendered their propeller useless after a few hundred meters. But then, I think I am too much of an engineer now.

    Speaking of Ray’s wife. That was one of the things I really did not like with the movie. Maybe the movie directors and actors in Hollywood are so used to divorcing all the time that they think it is a “standard” plot element and do not think twice about it but for us other “ordinary” people it is a tragedy (especially people outside of the US apparently if one should go by the trash that is spewed out from Hollywood all the time) and I really do not want to watch that crap all the time in movies and TV-shows! I was actually tempted to downgrade the movie at last a star, even two, for that crap but what the heck, it is a good movie and I do like “The Rock”.

    So after, after that little outburst, I have to say that I this one was a really enjoyable movie. One of the few lately that I have watched. It is a quite good, classical, disaster movie with a good build up, really good effects and a good and happy ending (for the main characters at last) and I am a sucker for happy endings.

  • JPV852: Solid enough, if not overly long, disaster movie. Dwayne Johnson is… well Dwayne Johnson but has more than enough charisma to carry this and never a bad thing having BOTH Carla Gugino and Alexandra Daddario either. Some of the effects were pretty good, others a bit iffy however. Still, I enjoy these disaster movies and while it doesn’t measure up to The Poseidon Adventure or The Towering Inferno, but entertaining nonetheless. **3.5/5**
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