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I know very little about computers and even less about quantum physics, but enjoyed all the hookum put forth in the Sci-Fi channel presentation. I loved the basic story of a giant asteroid/magnetic anomaly/space and time bending "THING" suddenly changing directions and heading for where? Of course....EARTH!!!
Yes, the CGI was barely acceptable and clearly they had a tiny budget for this wing-dinger of a far out story, but I did love all the scientific mumbo-jumbo in the dialog.The acting in general was sub-par, but didn't make me sick. The camera work, music and editing was OK, just. I also, though a neophyte around all computers, I did see that the computers of NASA and the savant were pretty basic. Certainly not powerful enough to figure out all those complex mathematical formulas needed to stop this weird thing from outer space. Budget again......
All in all this was a film that I hated but at the same time enjoyed in a twisted kind of way. I can see fit to give it a 5/10.
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