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Meteorites! (1998)

A meteor shower threatens a small American town.

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Cath Johnson
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Tom Johnson
Pato Hoffmann ...
Sheriff John Whitehorse
Amiel Daemion ...
Crystal Cassidy
Darrin Klimek ...
Mac Johnson
Leo Taylor ...
Filbo
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Mayor Cass Cassidy
Vanessa Steele ...
Dr. Jane Drury
Abby Meates ...
Renee Johnson / Miss UFO
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Nick
Mark Murphy ...
Roger Sennett
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Phillip
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Nurse Ben
Monette Lee ...
Sadie McConnell
Bob Newman ...
Arnold McConnell
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A meteor shower threatens a small American town.

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They've traveled a billion years to destroy the earth in one night.


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Rated PG-13 for disaster-related violence and some sexual content | See all certifications »
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3 June 1998 (USA)  »

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Météorites  »

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1.33 : 1
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Ugh.
8 October 1999 | by (Canberra, Australia) – See all my reviews

I guarantee you, just one hour of Meteorites! (they had to put an exclaimation mark in the title, didn't they) and you will fall asleep from boredom. I strongly believe that this mediocre meteor movie was filmed right here in Australia, as I can spot little Aussie things, like the packaging of chip cups and the fact that it is produced by Village Roadshow. Also, it stars Amiel Daemion, who is well known here for singing the hit song, "Addicted To Bass". In this film, she is flat and her acting range is limited. As for the plot, can you say "rip-off"? The special effects aren't that bad, but the film is so boring that you'll fall asleep before anything happens. And somebody call the props department, the Indian guy is supposed to have his leg trapped, but the block holding it down shakes around a little and lifts up when he moves. Please let this be the last TV produced disaster movie, before I saw this I thought "Volcano: Fire on The Mountain" was bad.

AUSTRALIAN CLASSIFICATION:

PG Medium Level Violence, Sexual References

Some diaster violence where you don't really see any impact occurs, as does some teenage sexual antics.


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