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After Plan 9 from Outer Space one could think that it can't get worse. Wrong! It CAN get worse. It's incredible but this film is worse. After so many years, Plan 9 finally has found a worthy successor of the questionable honor of being the worst SF film ever.
Though the acting isn't all that bad, almost everything else is. Many films have some flaws. When you spot them during the viewing, you kind of accept them. Earthstorm, on the other hand, contained so many flaws that it really became annoying. It is an utter waste of time and money. As well the creation of this film, as the watching of this film. Regrettably, it has set a new standard of how bad a film can be.
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