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26 March 2011 (USA) See more »
When the sun converts to a magnetar for a short time, the planet Mercury is thrown out of orbit (along... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Kirk Acevedo ... Dr. James Preston

Diane Farr ... Victoria Preston

Chad Krowchuk ... Christopher Weaver

Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Brooke Adamson

Adam Greydon Reid ... Matthew Keyes

Andrew Airlie ... Edward Rex

David Lewis ... Marshall Donnington

Catherine Lough Haggquist ... Jennifer Kelly

Kevan Ohtsji ... Lee Tahon

Holly Elissa ... Michelle (as Holly E. Dignard)
Ken Roberts ... Dan Farmington

Juan Riedinger ... Carjacker

Chris Shields ... Liaison Officer
Marc Baur ... Guard

Dean Redman ... Soldier #1

Phillip Mitchell ... Soldier #2 (as Philip Mitchell)

Douglas Chapman ... Armed Guard

Directed by
Paul Ziller 
Writing credits
Ryan Landels (written by)

Produced by
Josée Bernard .... co-executive producer
Tom Berry .... executive producer
Lisa M. Hansen .... executive producer
Paul Hertzberg .... executive producer
John Prince .... producer
Original Music by
Michael Neilson 
Cinematography by
Tom Harting 
Film Editing by
Christopher A. Smith 
Casting by
Candice Elzinga 
Penny Perry 
Production Design by
James Willcock 
Costume Design by
Maria Livingstone 
Makeup Department
Amanda McGowan .... key makeup artist
Darah Wyant .... assistant hair & makeup artist
Production Management
Gilles LaPlante .... executive in charge of production
Jason Macintyre .... post-production supervisor
Simon Richardson .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dave T. Nall .... second assistant director
Jus Percy .... trainee assistant director (as Justine Percy)
Greg Rousseaux .... first assistant director
Art Department
Clayton Flagg .... assistant property master
Ben Krakowsky .... property master
Sound Department
Tim Archer .... re-recording mixer
Special Effects by
Daniel McAlister .... special effects editing
Visual Effects by
Jongjun An .... digital compositor
Mack Benz .... visual effects producer
Darren Coffey .... visual effects artist
Youngbin Eun .... lead cg artist
Koustubha Kaloti .... digital compositor
Francois Latremoille .... visual effects supervisor
Krista Lomax .... digital effects artist
Max Merbaum .... visual effects coordinator
Rayeon Yeem .... compositor
Curtis Braconnier .... stunt double
Clint Carleton .... stunt double: christopher
Brett Chan .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Luke Barlow .... truck loader
George Campbell .... camera operator
Trevor Holbrook .... camera operator
James M. Jackson .... best boy electric
Jordan Jakobczyk .... camera trainee
Eric Milner .... still photographer
Andrew Vidinha .... second assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Betty Dubney .... costume supervisor (as Liz Dubney)
Leana McGregor .... truck costumer
Editorial Department
Flavio Bidese .... finishing editor
Patrick Costelloe .... post production coordinator
Adam Driscoll .... post production supervisor
Matthew Pemberton .... first assistant editor
Seán Travers .... colorist
Location Management
Tim Moshansky .... location scout
John Rollins .... assistant location manager
Transportation Department
Derek Gove .... driver: cast
Other crew
Tamer Akeil .... production assistant
Tara Armstrong .... first assistant coordinator
Jennifer Bourne .... second assistant coordinator
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 (as Alex Julson)
Tony Lort .... post-production accountant
Jim McKeown .... production coordinator
Lindsay Moffat .... production accountant
Nicole Reid .... development and production associate
David Sanderson .... story editor

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Rated PG for action and peril, mild language and thematic elements
95 min

Did You Know?

Factual errors: During conversations between Earth and the "space-ship" near Mercury replies are immediate. The speed of light (and radio waves) is 186000mi/sec 300000km/sec so there should be a delay of 7 minutes both ways.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in End of the World (2013) (TV)See more »


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Disgraced scientist, "Seattle" devastated...must be a SyFy movie!, 3 May 2015
Author: mcguin71

Because its a made for TV movie on a much smaller budget than the usual Hollywood fare I always try to look for the small positives than pick out the disappointing negatives...but this was a difficult one to judge.

The plot is pretty thin and most definitely not based on any science or engineering that comes close to real world truths. At best it can be described as 'fanciful', though its often closer to ludicrous as Mercury somehow gets forced out its orbit on a collision course with earth - a variation on the old asteroid theme I suppose so nice to think the writers at least tried even if the final result was less than perfect.

What didn't ring so well was the old cliché of the disgraced/renegade scientist being the anti-hero of the plot. Even the squeezing in of his Astronaut wife who by pure coincidence is on a spaceship journeying to the doomed Mercury isn't enough to distract from this oldest and most annoying of SyFy/Disaster characters.

Talking of the actors its a fair lineup of B/TV-stars but even this isn't enough to save them from over/underacting and the terrible screenplay and script. As the primary lead Kirk Acevedo ensures that the term Wooden Expression will continue in acting circles, whilst Dianne Farr as his Astronaut wife is entirely wasted in ridiculous space drama segments.

After the space drama the more earth based effects of the floating/falling cars are absolutely laughable and definitely second rate CGI, especially when it appears nothing else is magnetic in 'Seattle' it seems.

This was pretty poor even considering the less than good competition. It wasn't so much a major point of failure that affects the rating but rather a massive dose of boredom as I completely failed to get excited by what was altogether a rather by-the-numbers movie. .... +A different premise +Decent cast (but wasted!) -Bored and wooden acting -Poor effects -Very,very Clichéd

So that's 2+, 3-

Watchable, laughable, forgettable -4/10

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