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The Day After Tomorrow DVD Review

People have told us for years that we're destroying the planet. In The Day After Tomorrow, the earth is fighting back! Read the DVD review on Kidzworld! Back to Article

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SeverinBrooo'
SeverinBrooo' wrote:
2013-05-16 17:16:50 -0700

Such a great film! I saw it in my classroom today.

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