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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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Ellie
Laura Giosh ...
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Mike Johnson
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Scientist #3
John Laskowski ...
Agent Smith
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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Doomsday  »

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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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"The Killer Teenage Mutant Supercollider That Blew-Up the Earth" ?!?
17 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Forget arguing about the acting - this movie should have been named "The Killer Teenage Mutant Supercollider That Blew-Up the Earth" or something along those lines. Categorizing this as a stupid movie would be an insult to all stupid movies in existence. At one point even my 9-year old nephew said, "Why does only one man know how to fix the problem instead of 50 or a hundred people?" I just shrugged and told him I did not think the movie was going to get any better. I was right.

There was never a moment of excitement, drama, anticipation, happiness, sadness, or other entertainment quality throughout this dreadful film. There was only the prolonged agony of enduring the immeasurable ludicrous science and technical mistakes, the incredibly lazy screen writing, and the shameful directing that resulted in a truly horrid movie.

If I find this DVD on sale for 10 cents, I will buy about 25 of them (That will be $2.50 at the register), toss the discs, and reuse the empty cases (I will be wearing a fake beard and sunglasses so no one in the store will recognize me and think I would actually be buying these for gifts).


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