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Annihilation Earth (2009)

Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.

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Paxton
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Raja Rahim Bashir
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Casey Angelova ...
American Broadcaster
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Scientist #2
Louise Cliffe ...
Nya
Theo Cross ...
Masen
Ryan Spike Dauner ...
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Laura Giosh ...
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John Laskowski ...
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Iliana Lazarova ...
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Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.

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12 December 2009 (USA)  »

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The film takes place in 2020. See more »

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Paxton: A quarter of France is gone, David. I need answers.
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Another SyFy disaster film rendered pointless by its terrible ending.
8 March 2011 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

Clearly the script wasn't written by successful science majors and neither did they do any research for the film, to be honest this film has about several different plots rolled into one, there is this collider that blows up in France and wipes out a quarter of the country and the lead scientist that must find out what caused the explosion, there is also this subplot about one of the lead scientist suspected of being a terrorist and is on the run from the police and the actual terrorists.

All in all the film's plot doesn't really make a lot of sense because the stuff I just mentioned aren't the only plot or subplots thrown in, there is a whole bunch of them and very few of them are properly explained or not explained at all and the acting needs serious work, some of the actors looked like they didn't really know how to play their roles, they were either very stiff or their acting was almost completely wooden.

The part about this film that really made me feel like I wasted my time with it was the ending, I mean you get films with bad endings but this was the icing on the cake for me.

Final Verdict, the reason I gave this film a six is because it should do so well to actually give all wannabe film makers hope, because if the pros can make bad movies with plots that make no sense and effects that were done with Windows Movie Maker, then I guess the amateurs can too.


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