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Maximum Velocity (2003)

PG-13 | | Action, Sci-Fi | 7 October 2003 (USA)
After a comet passes the Earth it causes a cataclysmic storm. Only a disbanded government unit with a secret weather-manipulating weapon can try to stop it.

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General Amberson
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Dr. Timothy Briggs
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Dr. Natalie Jamas
Gregor Törzs ...
Andy (as Gregor Toerzs)
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Karen Briggs (1973-2002)
P.K. Ewing ...
Commander Ricks
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Hitchins
Jeff Rank ...
Echolson
Ralph Goff ...
Ross
Jennifer Warkel ...
Sarah
Kate Goggin ...
Trish
Jeffrey Gorman ...
Security Guard
Tyrone Pinkham ...
Jack - Floor Director
Jon Barnes ...
Chet - Anchorman
Lance Chwan ...
Suit
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After a comet passes the Earth it causes a cataclysmic storm. Only a disbanded government unit with a secret weather-manipulating weapon can try to stop it.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG-13 for some action violence/peril
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En el ojo del huracán  »

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Trivia

In a wide shot of the plane dragging the purple lightening ball over a mountain, you can spot down in the bottom left corner of the screen, for the first three frames, a tiny image of "The Grinch". Artists snuck it in as a joke, because the mountain looked similar to the mountains from the Ron Howard film. See more »

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On several occasions, various computer monitors display misspelled words such as "LENGHT" and "HITROGEN". See more »

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One of the better production films by the company.
24 October 2006 | by (Toronto, Ontario) – See all my reviews

DEJ puts out a huge amount of movies made from a low budget. Some just over a million dollars - which may be a nice income for you and I; but merely nothing for making a film...strange but true.

However most of their titles are truly bad...some laughable bad and some just outright horrible to even think it could have made it past page one of the shooting script.

This movie however is still somewhat entertaining. Though immediately you know that there is no big money put behind it...the most well known cast is Michael Ironside...

A natural disaster flick which must have been one of the best scripts to been dropped on a production office desk for DEJ and UFO film productions.

This makes the rest of their films pale in comparison.

It's entertaining, but it would be a better TV movie than a feature film...however rainy days do come from time to time and this is one that would fit right in the VCR or DVD machine on a rainy day.


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