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WHERE DO YOU HIDE FOR THE END OF THE WORLD? As a rogue planet roars through our solar system, it acts as an intergalactic magnet that pulls Earth in its wake. Meteors destroy major cities. Fire and ice storms engulf the land. Casualties are in the millions. And as the situation grows even worse, Steve Lannon (Joe Lando of 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman') is determined to reunite with his wife (Michelle Stafford of 'The Young and the Restless' and 'General Hospital') and teenage daughter (Denyse Tontz of "All My Children"). But when they stumble into a secret government installation, they'll uncover a nuclear mission that will either blast our planet back into orbit or guarantee front row seats to the end of the world.
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Another cheap ass TV movie with terrible actors and terrible everything else. Not strictly a review, as I feel I'm doing enough to warn everyone straight out the gate. As for the only other guy who reviewed this movie, add him to the blacklist. Most of the films he's seen are rated 10 out of ten, and that includes "Lavalantula". It's sad because the rating system on IMDb used to be good, (and does still work,with the right reviewers) but recently the fake profiles and reviews have been getting way too obvious. I hope they realise their names and affiliations can be traced, as I've seen reviews from people on here that have actually been tied down to directors, actors, and other frauds. I just hope everyone is together enough to spot these reviews a mile away.
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