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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
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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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Paxton: A quarter of France is gone, David. I need answers.
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So bad it's good
19 November 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This stinker is right up there with Titanic 2 although the special effects are marginally better I guess. The holes in the plot are bigger than those created by the collider - too many to mention but I especially loved the way a doctor and paramedics were waiting outside the undamaged hospital for our hero to hand over some injured kiddies while 30 million people had just been wiped out. It seems that emergency services weren't overwhelmed at all and the deadly radiation our heroic team suited up for quickly vanished so the porno actresses, erm I mean "top scientists" could display their own enhanced colliders in fetching cammo singlets. No further comment is required about Marina Sirtis' atrocious "southern" accent.

It's a shame because the basic premise of this woeful waste of time would probably make quite a good movie and Luke Goss should be given a chance to redeem himself with a decent plot, script and half-way competent cast.


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