After 50 years a "time-capsule" made by an elementary classroom is opened and the kids' drawings are passed to the present day students. However, one of the students, Caleb, gets a piece of paper that has these seeming random numbers on it. He brings it home and his father, John Koestler, realizes that they are dates to major disasters that have happened during the past half century. There is the time, the date and even the GPS coordinates. He doesn't believe this at first, but when one of the "future" predictions comes true (an airplane crash), he tries to prevent the next one from happening in New York City. All the while he's trying to figure out what it all means, while still coping with the death of his wife from a year before.
Meanwhile, his kid Caleb is visited by these weird, white haired guys who he refers to as "whisperers", who tell him things. Of course, this is all tied in with the predictions on that piece of paper, the last of which tells of the exact date of the end of the world.
I was surprised at how riveting and unpredictable this disaster movie is. Those disasters will have you cringing, particularly that airplane crash with all the people on fire screaming. However, I could have done without the character coming to the conclusion that "everyone is going to live together happily in heaven" bit, which was lame and really didn't have anything to do with what was going on.
If I were to compare this to other movies, I'd say it's a cross between director Proyas' DARK CITY and all those FINAL DESTINATION movies. And this movie makes up for Nicholas Gages last few films---he's good in this. You should definitely get to know this movie.