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12 November 1999 (USA) See more »
Prepare For Impact.
Cultists with an enigmatic leader (Mario Van Peebles) seize the only man capable of devising a way to stop a giant meteor from hitting the Earth... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Is Judgment Day near?
 (From JoBlo. 24 May 2009, 7:32 PM, PDT)

McG suspects Terminator 5 is going to take place in a pre-Judgment Day 2011
 (From Filmonic. 4 May 2009, 10:25 PM, PDT)

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Ice-T in a Disaster Flick????? See more (11 total) »


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Ice-T ... Matthew Reese

Suzy Amis ... Jeanine Tyrell

Mario Van Peebles ... Thomas Payne

Coolio ... Luther / 'Lucifer'

Linden Ashby ... Dr. David Corbett

Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Brother Clarence

Max Gail ... General William 'Bill' Meech
Mark Deakins ... Captain Douglas 'Doug' McNally

James Eckhouse ... Colonel Thomas 'Tom' Keller

David Wells ... Dr. Richard 'Dick' Secor

Shireen Crutchfield ... Rachael Payne

Dartanyan Edmonds ... Damon

Larry Poindexter ... Jeff

Craig Watkinson ... Tim

Devika Parikh ... Rhonda Reese
Myles Kilpatrick ... Michael
Makaylo ... Sam
Mandela ... Marley
Maya ... Trish

Jonathan Palmer ... Frank Peterson

Kevin McDermott ... Ed
Lisa Vitello ... Teresa Miller

Richard Yniguez ... Old Priest
Chittra Sukhu ... Esperanza

Chris Conner ... Technician

Cole S. McKay ... Leo
Toni Small ... Lakwanda
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Thomas Rosales Jr. ... Payne's Man (uncredited)
John Terlesky ... Shooter (uncredited)

Directed by
John Terlesky 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
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Produced by
Lisa M. Hansen .... producer
Phaedra Harris .... associate producer
Paul Hertzberg .... producer
Ice-T .... executive producer
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister .... executive producer
J.P. Pettinato .... co-producer
Hans Ritter .... line producer (as Hans Christian Ritter)
Gary Rubin .... executive producer in charge of production
Mario Van Peebles .... executive producer
Original Music by
Joseph Williams 
Cinematography by
Maximo Munzi 
Film Editing by
Daniel Duncan 
Casting by
Phaedra Harris 
Production Design by
John Larena 
Art Direction by
Andi Brittan 
Set Decoration by
Andi Brittan 
Costume Design by
Tricia Gray 
Makeup Department
Pharel Baker .... key hair stylist
Leah Rial .... key makeup artist
Leah Rial .... makeup department head
Production Management
Lisa A. Campbell .... production supervisor
Matthew David Hensley .... production supervisor
Lauren Hertzberg .... post-production supervisor
J.P. Pettinato .... executive in charge of production
Hans Ritter .... unit production manager (as Hans C. Ritter)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Haze J.F. Bergeron III .... first assistant director
Matthew Cavaliero .... second second assistant director
Dawn Massaro .... second assistant director
Roy Unger .... second unit director
Art Department
Jason Addy .... lead man (as Jason D. Addy)
William Eric Barricklow .... construction coordinator
Brendon Crigler .... carpenter
Vern Crofoot .... assistant property master
Chris Dechert .... assistant property master
Jennifer Knepshield .... assistant set decorator
Lee Lazarow .... property master
Jesse MacDonald .... scenic painter
Jeffrey Marshall .... lead carpenter
Katie Mau .... on-set dresser
Nick Stanton .... carpenter
Steven Walsh .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Gerald Beg .... sound mixer
Leslie Bloom .... foley artist (as Les Bloome)
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer
Evelyn Dutton .... foley artist
Kevin Hamilton .... adr editor
Jan Kikumoto .... sound supervisor
Scott C. Kolden .... sound effects designer
Scott C. Kolden .... sound re-recording mixer
Kitty Malone .... foley artist
Chris Quilty .... boom operator (as Chris 'C.Q.' Quilty)
Joel E. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Dennis Michael Tenney .... sound supervisor (as Dennis M. Tenney)
Special Effects by
Al Broussard .... special effects
Richard Cole .... special effects
Larry Roberts .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Sebastian Bilbao .... CGI artist
Casey Dame .... CGI artist
Keith Kolder .... CGI artist
Jacques Levesque .... digital compositor
Andrew C. Whitelaw .... visual effects producer
Michael Ballew .... stunts (as Mike Ballew)
Ted Barba .... stunts
Eric Chambers .... stunts
Bret Davidson .... stunts
Dean Raphael Ferrandini .... stunts (as Dean Ferrandini)
Joseph L. Gardner .... stunts
Stephen P. Hart .... stunts
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator
Thomas Rosales Jr. .... stunts
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts
Dain Turner .... stunts
Dan Turner .... stunts
William Washington .... stunts
April Weeden .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Dave Beeler .... dolly grip
Dave Beeler .... grip
J.D. Bishop .... best boy electric (as J.D. 'Gunny' Bishop)
John Buckley .... film loader
John A. Burke Jr. .... first assistant camera
Helen Chough .... additional first assistant camera
William Conlee .... electrician
Casey Ellison .... electrician
Illya Friedman .... additional first assistant camera
'Black Francis' Gabusi .... grip
Brian Gibson .... second assistant camera
Cheddy D. Hart .... director of photography: second unit
Tino Jimenez .... electrician
James Kelley .... key grip: second unit
Ned Kendall .... second assistant camera
Charles B.B. Lenz .... best boy grip
Victor Major .... electrician (as Victor G. Major)
Karen L. Ogle .... still photographer (as Karen Ogle)
Tony Patterson .... video supervisor
Ron Sands .... dolly grip
Ron Sands .... grip
Jack Serino .... dolly grip
Alec Shepherd .... key grip
Tom Stanger .... gaffer
Robert Stenger .... camera operator: "b" camera, second unit
Robert Stillman .... electrician
Roy Unger .... director of photography: second unit
Greg Wilson .... grip
Casting Department
Chadwick Cohn .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karen Kelly .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Joan C. Morisaki .... assistant editor
Chris Weber .... negative cutter
Gary Weber .... negative cutter
Transportation Department
Michael Ballew .... transportation captain
Jennifer Duclos .... driver
Jon Gearhart .... driver
Geno Hart .... transportation coordinator
Esteban Munoz .... driver (as Esteban Munoz Jr.)
Bradley Sackin .... driver
Other crew
Candi L. Barthelemy .... craft service
Sarah J. Brown .... script supervisor
Batou Chandler .... location manager (as Batou A. Chandler)
Simone De Camargo .... production accountant
Andrew Garcia-Price .... assistant accountant
Scott Helms .... set production assistant (as Scott J. Helms)
Rosa Hernandez .... post-production accountant
Matt Holloway .... set production assistant (as Matthew Holloway)
Ron Janix .... assistant to producer
William Kessler .... set production assistant
Micah May .... production assistant
Christian Netto .... office production assistant
Mike Sudrow .... weapons handler
Chad Weidmer .... assistant location manager
Ryan Westheimer .... production coordinator
Daniel Veluzat .... location liaison (uncredited)

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Rated R for graphic violence and strong language
95 min | Germany:86 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Factual errors: The chunk which hits San Francisco was reported to be traveling at about 32,000 miles per hour. That's very credible for an orbital collision. However, the firey blob we see impact with the city was clearly traveling at about 500 miles per hour. Something traveling at 32,000 will not be seen before it hits. There certainly won't be any time for someone to hear a rumble (speed of sound is only about 700 miles per hour - anything faster than that you won't hear before it arrives).See more »
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References 48 Hrs. (1982)See more »


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Ice-T in a Disaster Flick?????, 5 December 1999
Author: DON SERIBUTRA (H5O) from Houston, Texas

Ice-T stars as a federal prisoner that is doing a deed for the FBI, where a scientist is kidnapped by an extremist group, with Mario Van Peebles as the leader. An asteroid threatens the earth (a la Armageddon), and the top scientist is kidnapped, and hope lies with both Ice-T and Suzy Amis (Titanic) as an FBI agent.

Ice-T might be portraying another stereotypical role as a convict, as well as the villain, like his previous films, but his vulgar overtones might sound like one of his rap songs. Check out a cameo by Coolio as a street hustler, and this film marks the third appearance of Tiny Lister (Trespass, Jackie Brown) with Ice-T.

The scene where Amis cuffs Ice-T to the steering wheel of the car has been repeated several times, in films like Rush Hour. 48 HRS. was the first film to feature such a scene, and every fan of the film might view this scene as homage to a timeless classic.

Why Mario Van Peebles as the black David Koresh? Ice-T might have lynched his ass in this film, since the two first met in New Jack City.

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