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When miner Charley 'Boomer' Baxter sets off a series of massive mining detonations in West Virginia, a gigantic earthquake is soon rocking the North Atlantic, exposing a deep seismic fault that runs the length of the North American continent. Joining forces with government seismology expert Dr Amy Lane, Boomer must now race against time to stop the chasm that is threatening to tear America - and the entire world - in half. Written by
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Sorry I just saw this movie on Blu-ray DVD and found it so bad that I had to comment. Frankly I can't imagine who would invest their money in such a movie. Everything, from the phony special effects, to the plot line, to the characters, to their ongoing absurd childish dialogue, was far fetched and unbelievable.
From the start, which showed snow capped mountains at the WV Appalachian mining site, the viewer knew this movie was going to be unbelievable.
I really think this movie was test run by the movie industry to cut costs by having the writing, production and direction done by sixth graders as a class project.
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