Earthstorm

  • Terry Cunningham (2006)
  • US
  • 90 min
Film Review
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1 out of 5

There are echoes of Armageddon in this daft and cliché-riddled sci-fi thriller, in which Earth's future is threatened when a huge asteroid destabilises the Moon. Enter demolitions expert Stephen Baldwin, who, after barely establishing his professional credentials in an overdone opening sequence, preposterously becomes humanity's only salvation from going "the way of the dinosaurs". Poor effects and nonchalant acting compound the narrative's lack of realism, making the supposedly dramatic events feel underwhelming and leaving it to the increasingly frenzied score to create tension. B-movie lovers might get a kick out of some of the hilarious dialogue and implausible science, but there's not enough here to encourage anyone else to bother watching.

Plot Summary

Disaster movie starring Stephen Baldwin as a demolitions expert who is called in after an asteroid strike makes the Moon unstable, threatening life on Earth.

Cast and crew

Cast

John Redding
Stephen Baldwin
Dr Lana Gale
Amy Price-Francis
Dr Garth Pender
John Ralston
Victor Stevens
Dirk Benedict
Albert
Matt Gordon
Bryna
Anna Silk
Will
Conrad Coates

Crew

Director
Terry Cunningham

Other Information

Language: 
English
Colour
Categories
Drama

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