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earthquake movie

on 12/7/2012

If you're an expert in science or whatever, shelve your knowledge to enjoy this movie. One of the reasons I love these movies is because of the special effects. Seeing Lake Mead boil and overflow the Hoover Dam was one of the sweet spots in this movie. It's pretty good for a TV movie and a definitely entertaining flick. If you like earthquakes, ever-increasing disaster, great special effects, and the premise of a world that will he changed forever, then you should enjoy this.

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Product Overview

An earthquake with a 10.5 magnitude tears the west coast to shreds. But the danger isnt over yet and the biggest threat still looms on the horizon. An ever-widening fault line is bearing down on the countrys largest nuclear reactorsand if a meltdown occurs, millions will die.

Specifications

Studio Platnium Disc, Llc
SKU 202637693
UPC 096009420796
UPC 14 00096009420796
Format DVD
Release Date 1/29/2008
Aspect Ratio
Widescreen  1.78:1
Actors
Name Delaney,Kim
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Cast & Crew
Beau Bridges - Actor
Carly Pope - Actor
David Cubitt - Actor
David Foreman - Cinematographer
Dean Cain - Actor
Don Brochu - Editor
Frank Langella - Actor
Garcelle Beauvais - Actor
Henning Lohner - Original Music By
Jean-Baptiste Tard - Production Designer
John Lafia - Director
John Lafia - Writer
Kim Delaney - Actor
Martin Nicholson - Editor
Michael Jaffe - Executive Producer
Michele Laliberte - Art Director
Oliver Hudson - Actor
Rustin J. Feldman - Producer
Reviews
ReviewSource Variety
Review After destroying the West Coast in "10.5," them damn killer earthquakes tear across the U.S. heartland -- with a special eye toward national monuments -- in this critic-proof sequel. A pastiche of disaster movies past with everything from tidal waves to erupting volcanoes, the some-star cast gamely waltzes through writer-director John Lafia's silly plot beats, which pass at such breakneck speed there's barely time to giggle at them. Suffice it to say that nothing gives a family the opportunity to bond like overwhelming carnage, though it's hard to imagine this second jolt possessing quite the same seismic Nielsen impact as its predecessor...Lafia pulls out the emotional stops, from putting ailing parents and a pregnant wife in harm's way to having Dr. Garcia oversee the president's daughter, just as the FEMA chief's progeny (Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon) must prove herself after a previous failure in the field. Yet while the pic mercifully doesn't take itself too seriously, most of this character development still feels like killing time between raucous outbreaks of destruction...In the process, Hoover Dam, Mt. Rushmore, Las Vegas and a very large cruise ship (take that, "Poseidon") all face Mother Nature's wrath...As the ne'er-do-well egghead, Langella brings welcome vitality to the proceedings, but otherwise this is all by-the-numbers stuff.
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ReviewPage
Reviewer Brian Lowry
ReviewRating 6
Features
DVD, Widescreen
Product Attributes
Actor Delaney,Kim
Label Platinum Disc Corporation
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
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Brian Lowry, Variety As the ne'er-do-well egghead, Langella brings welcome vitality to the proceedings...
Dustin McNeill, DVDActive ...a miniseries that mixes realism and camp dialogue together to create a pretty fun experience.
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