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After the whole North of the Equator freezes below zero, a group of people in Los Angeles risk their lives while trying to "escape" from the city's hostile conditions, in order to take a ship to a hotter place on Earth.
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This is based on a great idea, and starts quite good. the first half an hours is quite OK, at least for a mediocre grade here, but then it deteriorates fast.
It's full of both bad scripting, silly dialog, awful CGI and laughable ideas. The actors do their best, and there are quite a few great actors here, which is left with a ridiculous script. The longer into the miniseries the worse they struggle in doing their job.
The worst is the extremely bad CGI. Even the ice and snow doesn't look like anything other than styrofoam. Simply laughable.
Stay away, unless you have three hours to kill with less than MacGyver on DVD.
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