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Meteor Apocalypse (2010)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Sci-Fi | Video 23 February 2010
A gigantic meteor enters Earth's orbit and begins to disintegrate, showering the entire planet with debris.

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David Dematti
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Kate Dematti
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Lynn Leigh
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T.J. Lepage ...
Mark
Jon Gale ...
National Security Advisor / Peter
Abby Leigh ...
Stratcom Washington
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Stratcom North Atlantic (as Ben Daniels)
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Stratcom Wyoming
Gabriel Bresler ...
Young Commander
Alice M. Brinkman ...
Bible Study Friend #1
Janice McLaughlin ...
Bible Study Friend #2
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Curtis Langley
Courtney Johnson ...
Guard
Jonathan Alfaro ...
Guard
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A gigantic meteor enters Earth's orbit and begins to disintegrate, showering the entire planet with debris.

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A Biblical Prophecy. A Global Catastrophe. See more »

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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23 February 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Apocalipse a Ameaça dos Meteoros  »

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Meteor trails are either parallel or radiant. The meteor trails depicted in this movie could never occur in nature. See more »

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Referenced in Monster Man: Seeing Double/Pilot (2012) See more »

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Only for those who must see all films in the disaster sci-fi genre
13 September 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

From looking at the DVD box, I decided not to watch Meteor Apocalypse as a film, but as a simple story about a man trying to find his family in difficult times. I put the cheap special effects, bad acting and script aside, and just waited to see what would happen next.

It reminded me a lot of the recent BBC series Survivors, except every 20 minutes there are meteors raining down on everyone.

The main character of David is played to good effect by Joe Lando, giving us a surprisingly good portrayal as the courageous man does his best to find his family and help people along the way. I was pleasantly surprised to see Claudia Christian appear as David's wife and mother to their child. I had not seen her in anything since the end of the Babylon 5 series.

Some things don't quite make sense, but when we are regularly shown conflict within the disaster management center, it may explain why some things occurred.

Not to be taken too seriously, but as a light contribution to the disaster science fiction genre.


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