The mayor of a town must contend with a destructive meteor shower while searching for her missing daughter.

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Mayor Anna Davenport-Baxter
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Jack Baxter
Scott Hylands ...
Clint Corbin
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Douglas Mak
Desirée Loewen ...
Emily Baxter
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Seth Corbin
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Dr. Julie O'Ryan
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Marty Durant
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Tad Wingate
Eileen Barrett ...
Janet Crane
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Nurse Natalie Darwin
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Jason Cortez (as Timothy Paul Perez)
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Ricky Baxter
Willem Jacobson ...
Tyler Crane
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Miriam Mak
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The mayor of a town must contend with a destructive meteor shower while searching for her missing daughter.

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2 June 2007 (USA)  »

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Csapás az égből  »

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Meteoroids in a cluster will have a dispersal pattern which moves toward the west as the Earth rotate in an eastward direction beneath them. They could not fall for several hours over the same point on the ground. See more »

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Reign Of Sickly Sweet Small Town Values
10 January 2010 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

Apparently this is a sci-fi disaster movie . I use the word apparently because it rarely becomes apparent that its this type of genre . Instead we're treated ( Not the correct word ) to a disease of the week type TVM where a hard working mom juggles a career and angst ridden off spring along with an estranged husband . You'd think that with so much on her plate the last thing she'd need would be a deadly meteorite storm and so the producers of this tripe show her some mercy by not allowing any death defying derring-do until late in to the narrative . Though to be fair they do remind the audience as to what's coming by showing a shower of GCI boulders moving towards Earth . But by this time you'll be struggling to draw breath never mind stay awake

When the meteors finally do hit the fan the disease of the week theme continues . It's really overdone as we're shown the community sticking together such as a picket line suddenly breaking up as the downtrodden blue collar proles realise that saving people from a burning supermarket is more important than striking for a living wage . We're even shown a vomit inducing scene in a hospital where a doctor explains to another character what wonderful staff he has because none of them have taken a day off work in 37 years . I'll tell you what - you might want to be absent from the room when a TV station broadcasts this sickly nonsense


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