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Meteorites! (1998)

A meteor shower threatens a small American town.

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Sheriff John Whitehorse
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Crystal Cassidy
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Mac Johnson
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Mayor Cass Cassidy
Vanessa Steele ...
Dr. Jane Drury
Abby Meates ...
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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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must be the stupidest movie ever!
21 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

I thought I had seen some stupid movies in my time but this one is the champ! Does the writer of this piece of crap understand that the world turns? How could dozens of meteorites all land in the same place? And always just before the good guys are about to make it to safety? And how is it that everyone manages to survive all these close quarter explosions? Ever hear of the Tunguska Event? A single meteor the size of a volleyball would go off like a nuclear bomb and flatten everything for miles around.

The mayor is a particularly stupid character. He has no coherent reasons for doing anything he does except that he has the personality of a 14 year old boy obsessed with oneupmanship.

All in all a total stinker. The biggest mystery of all is how crap like this ever gets produced.


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