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Doomsday Prophecy -- After seeing visions of an apocalyptic future, A.J. Buckley (TV'S CSI: NY) teams up with a sexy archaeologist (Jewel Staite of TV'S FIREFLY) to save the world from imminent doom.
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13 August 2011 (USA) See more »
Based on the 2012 end-of-world prophesy where two unlikely characters team up to solve a mystery that just might save the world. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Not brilliant by any stretch, but one of SyFy's more tolerable movies... See more (16 total) »


  (in credits order)

A.J. Buckley ... Eric Fox (as AJ Buckley)

Jewel Staite ... Brook Calvin

Alan Dale ... General Slate

Bruce Ramsay ... Garcia

Rick Ravanello ... Agent Henning

Gordon Tootoosis ... John

Matthew Kevin Anderson ... Dennis (as Matthew Anderson)

Roseanne Supernault ... Raven

Hiro Kanagawa ... Dr. Yates

Jerry Wasserman ... Sam Lovell

Douglas Chapman ... Military Officer (as Doug Chapman)
Matthew Walker ... Rupert Crane

Phillip Mitchell ... Jenkins

Lori Triolo ... Café Owner
Kate Gajdosik ... News Broadcaster

David Richmond-Peck ... Dr. Sparks

Paula Lindberg ... Female Assistant

Directed by
Jason Bourque 
Writing credits
Jason Bourque (written by) &
Shawn Linden (written by)

Produced by
Josée Bernard .... co-executive producer
Tom Berry .... executive producer
Lisa M. Hansen .... executive producer (as Lisa Hansen)
Paul Hertzberg .... executive producer
Gilles LaPlante .... producer (as Gilles Laplante)
Original Music by
Michael Neilson 
Cinematography by
C. Kim Miles (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jamie Alain 
Casting by
Candice Elzinga 
Production Design by
James Willcock 
Costume Design by
Heather Douglas  (as Heather Lee Douglas)
Makeup Department
Savannah Falk .... assistant makeup artist
Tayna Howard .... key makeup artist
Deborah Kliewer .... assistant hair stylist (as Deb Kliewer)
Janie MacKay .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Tia Buhl .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shawn Patrick Murphy .... third assistant director (as Shawn Murphy)
Lori K. Peterson .... second assistant director (as Lori Peterson)
Shamess Shute .... first assistant director
Isis Souza .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Ester Bovard .... lead dresser
Bulent Hasan .... storyboard artist
Jeff Munt .... assistant set decorator
Dylan Patti .... property master
Sound Department
Tim Archer .... sound re-recording mixer
Blair Dykes .... boom operator
Graham Timmer .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
David Barkes .... special effects coordinator
Rob Tomsic .... special effects foreman
Visual Effects by
Manley Gage .... compositor
William Higgins .... visual effects producer
Koustubha Kaloti .... compositor
Dong Hyun Kim .... animator
Krista Lomax .... digital effects artist
Tim Palgut .... lighting technical director
Rafael Santos Jr. .... visual effects coordinator
Brett Chan .... stunt coordinator
Mike Desabrais .... stunt double: Alan Dale (uncredited)
Crystal Mudry .... stunt double (uncredited)
John Stoneham Jr. .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ed Araquel .... still photographer
Luke Barlow .... truck loader
Bill Baxter .... gaffer (as Billy Baxter)
Nicholas Dent .... grip (as Nick Dent)
Matteo Di Iorio .... epk camera operator (as Matt DiIorio)
Carson Jobin .... best boy
Jeff Smith .... key grip
Spencer Whitney .... best boy electrician
Nick Malcolm .... loader (uncredited)
Casting Department
Penny Perry .... casting: US
Martina Smyth .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Scott McLean .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Shannon Y.F. Lum .... assistant editor
Jason Macintyre .... post-production supervisor
Daniel McAlister .... post-production coordinator
Matthew Pemberton .... assistant editor
Ismael Ribeiro .... director of engineering
Alissa Roode .... on-line editor
Seán Travers .... colorist
Dave Wilkinson .... colorist: dailies
Transportation Department
Ron Buyck .... driver (as Ronnie Buyck)
Louis Felhaurer .... transportation captain
Peter Gibson .... transportation coordinator
Pierre Miranda .... driver
Other crew
Robert Amar .... production assistant (as Rob Amar)
Tara Armstrong .... assistant to producer
Dave Edmondson .... production assistant
Marty Fitzgerald .... assistant to lisa m hansen
Breanne Hartley .... head of business and legal affairs
Chris Hebert .... key production assistant
Alexandra Julson .... business affairs assistant
Tony Lort .... post-production accountant
Lucy MacLeod .... production coordinator
Sheri Mayervich .... location manager
Sandra Montgomery .... script supervisor
Jennifer Pitcher .... assistant coordinator
Nicole Reid .... development and production associate
David Sanderson .... story editor

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Rated PG-13 for for violence and peril
92 min
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Factual errors: In the beginning, they show that giant cracks have opened up beneath the Black Sea, and all the water has drained into them. The government man says that they were able to dam the Bosporos Strait to stop the Mediterranean Sea from draining into the cracks. The smallest width of the Bosporus is a little over 3/8 of a mile (704 m). It would take months of continuous work to dam this Strait. But it is implied that this was done in a couple of days.See more »
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13 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Not brilliant by any stretch, but one of SyFy's more tolerable movies..., 11 February 2012
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

I say this as somebody who dislikes a vast majority of SyFy's movies. Doomsday Prophecy actually did seem interesting in its idea, but I also approached it in trepidation in fear that it would be another Titanic II, Quantum Apocalypse, Alien vs. Hunter, Almighty Thor or 2010: Moby Dick. In my opinion though, although it is far from perfect or even brilliant, Doomsday Prophecy is one of their more tolerable efforts.

There is some cheesy dialogue, some of the supporting characters could have been better developed and some of the effects like with the ground cracking are rather cheap. The story is also uneven for me. The film does start off promisingly and for a while unlike some SyFy movies actually feels as though there is a story and an original one at that plus it is paced reasonably, but it does meander with a silly subplot involving some shady characters and few scenes that feel like filler rather than serving purpose to the story and an ending that feels rather rushed and abrupt.

On the other hand, the scenery is quite good and the editing and photography are an improvement over most SyFy efforts, not looking as slipshod as something like Titanic II, Mega Piranha or Dinocroc vs Supergator. The music is adequate even if nothing stands out as such and the sound is more authentic than some of the bizarre or misplaced sound effects I've heard in past SyFy movies. While there are some underdeveloped support characters, the leads are somewhat likable especially the protagonist. The cameos are decent and AJ Buckley is solid, but the best thing about Doomsday Prophecy is easily Jewel Staite, she looks very natural and gives her character a lot of charm and wide-eyed innocence.

All in all, not bad, not good, just a tolerable enough if not exceptional in any shape or form to spend a couple of hours or so with. 5/10 Bethany Cox

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