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Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (1999)

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A devastating earthquake hits New York City, with survivors left fighting for their lives amongst the ruins.

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Cast

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Thomas Ahearn
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Dori Thorell
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Mayor Bruce Lincoln
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Evie Lincoln
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Elizabeth Perez
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Nicholai Karvovsky
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Jillian Parnell (as Erika Eleniak-Goglia)
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Frank Agostini
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Emily Lincoln
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Bruce Summerlin, Co. 51
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Clayton
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Joshua Bingham (as J R Bourne)
Michal Suchánek ...
Danny Thorell (as Michael Suchanek)
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Burt Hornstein
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New York, the city that never sleeps, is trapped in a nightmare of horror and destruction when a massive earthquake rocks the unsuspecting city. Countless lives are lost, families are torn apart, and chaos runs rampant as the mayor and former Fire Chief race to enact a city-wide emergency plan. An incredible story of undying courage in the face of unimaginable human tragedy. Written by Anonymous

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Terror is off the Richter scale. See more »

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Unrated | See all certifications »

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14 November 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Aftershock: Tremblement de terre à New York  »

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Jennifer Garner had her ears pierced for the first time ever especially for her part in this movie, but then allowed them to heal up again once filming was completed. See more »

Goofs

When Diane Agostini realizes that she's lost one of her stud earrings, the remaining one switches from one ear to the other. In the shots before she realizes she's lost an earring, it can clearly be seen that she's wearing the remaining earring in her left ear. In the following shot where she actually realizes that she's lost an earring, her left ear is suddenly bare and that's the one she feels. See more »

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Clayton: Earthquakes. That's California stuff.
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Credits end with this statement: Natural disasters do happen and everyone is at risk. Find out what you can do to protect yourself and your family by visiting the web site for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. www.fema.gov See more »

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Surprisingly good, especially for something made for TV!
3 August 2002 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

I bought this on DVD because it was cheap and I couldn't find anything else, but I pretty much thought it would be wasted money. But this movie is surprisingly well written, effective and does its best to avoid disaster movie clichés, albeit not always successful. Like its predecessor "EarthQuake" it focuses on the effect of a disastrous earthquake on the lives of several groups of people whom struggle to survive and find loved ones amongst the devastation. The stories range in degrees of interests, ranging from engrossing to rather weak and familiar. The one that stands out the most is about a pampered rich girl and a young Russian taxi driver whom takes it upon himself to protect her. The contrast is interesting as she finds herself in a totally alien world of sudden death and chaos while her companion seems wearily used to such calamities, and instead of panicking he immediately tries to regain control of their situation. As far as the special effects go it doesn't have all the flashy effects other quake movies do but what it does show is pretty convincing, they seemed to realize their own production limitations and wisely try worked around them without pushing it too far. 7 out of 10, escapes the "made for TV" curse and is overall worth viewing.


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