Courtesy of Jane Galt. The upshot of her post is that the problem is very very hard to solve.
I thought that The Day After Tomorrow, which I saw in Poland, had more bad cliches than perhaps any other movie I have seen, ever. The bad science is actually one of the least ridiculous things about the movie.
Did you know that the film had the widest “day-and-date” release in movie history? (See June 7-13 Variety, p.12.) It topped 108 markets at the same time, in early June. It failed to earn the number one spot in Greece and Serbia, however. Can you guess why?