NEIL WHITE'S MUST-SEE MOVIES
I defy any parent not to well up during The Impossible.
This is not only a disaster movie of the very highest order but it has a greater emotional pull than almost all of the 1,280 movies I have seen over the last two years and a bit.
It surrounds the true story of a family who spent Christmas 2004 at the idyllic Thai resort of Khao Lak.
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One minute they are playing in their beachside hotel pool, the next one of history's biggest tsunamis sweeps through.
The way this devastation is re-enacted is nothing short of genius and the chaos in the aftermath of the tidal wave is astounding.
Meanwhile, Naomi Watts is Oscar-worthy as the mother who defies life-threatening injuries to help her son survive.
As the hullabaloo surrounding Les Misérables reaches fever pitch, publicity for The Impossible has been a bit lost. I'll put that right by saying that I doubt that we will see much better in 2013.
SHOWING AT: Derby Quad and multiplexes