San Andreas movie quotes follow what happens when a massive earthquake hits the popular California fault line. The disaster film was adapted by Allan Loeb, Carlton Cuse, Carey Hayes and Chad Hayes from a script by by Jeremy Passmore and Andre Fabrizio. Directed by Brad Peyton, San Andreas opened in theaters on May 29, 2015.
In San Andreas, viewers are introduced to a separated family led by father and decorated rescue helicopter pilot Ray Gaines (Dwayne Johnson). He is divorced from Emma (Carla Gugino) and trying to keep his relationship with college-aged daughter Blake (Alexandra Daddario) somewhat intact. Juggling a demanding, high-profile job and putting together the pieces of his family proves to be quite difficult.
So when a massive earthquake hits California along the San Andreas Fault, Ray's first priority is to make sure his family is safe. As millions flee the United States following warnings from Lawrence (Paul Giamatti) that the effects of the quake will span the country, Ray flies his chopper to first rescue his wife, then head to San Francisco to try to find daughter Blake. None of these tasks are easy.San Andreas brings the thrills to theaters already showing other great films such as Tomorrowland, Poltergeist 2015 Mad Max: Fury Road, Pitch Perfect 2, Playing It Cool and Hot Pursuit.
Ray: Nothing is where it used to be and the way it used to be was perfect. We were supposed to protect our kids.Ray reflects on his life with his family and comes to a conclusion that the way things before he and wife Emma split up were perfect, despite it not feeling that way at the time. It's this tragedy that made him realize what is really important in life.
Blake: I love you, dad!
Ray: Don't you quit on me!
Lawrence: People need to know that the shaking is not over. We're going to get hit again and it's going to be a bigger monster. The earth will literally crack open. You will feel it on the East Coast. I cannot emphasize this enough. You need to get out and I mean now. If you can't, god be with you.Lawrence explains in great detail the danger that lies ahead of the devastating earthquake in Los Angeles. No one in the US is safe as the earth cracks open.
Ray: I'm going to get you out. Come on! Come here! Are you hurt? Are you hurt?Ray, flying a rescue helicopter, happens to come upon his estranged ex-wife, Emma, in a mountain of rubble. He rescues her quite heroically, but really, in a movie like this, how else would it happen?