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Anna's Storm (2007)

The mayor of a town must contend with a destructive meteor shower while searching for her missing daughter.

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Kristoffer Tabori
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sheree J. Wilson ... Mayor Anna Davenport-Baxter
Peter LaCroix ... Jack Baxter
Scott Hylands ... Clint Corbin
Aaron Pearl ... Douglas Mak
Desirée Loewen Desirée Loewen ... Emily Baxter
Graham Wardle ... Seth Corbin
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Dr. Julie O'Ryan
David Lewis ... Marty Durant
Kevin McNulty ... Tad Wingate
Eileen Barrett ... Janet Crane
Linda Darlow ... Nurse Natalie Darwin
Tim Perez ... Jason Cortez (as Timothy Paul Perez)
Zak Ludwig ... Ricky Baxter
Willem Jacobson ... Tyler Crane
Kirsten Robek ... Miriam Mak
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The mayor of a town must contend with a destructive meteor shower while searching for her missing daughter.

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PG-13
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 June 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Csapás az égből See more »

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Meteoroids in a cluster will have a dispersal pattern which moves toward the west as the Earth rotate in an eastward direction beneath them. They could not fall for several hours over the same point on the ground. See more »

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This meteor shower is full of mischief
20 February 2011 | by gerhard-982-525360See all my reviews

I started laughing after I have read the short summary of this movie in our TV Guide. If a meteor shower comes from one direction and a few of the meteors have hit a small town, tell me: how supposable is it that other parts of this meteor shower will hit the same town? Don't know? You would rather win the lottery 52 times in a year than this would happen! Planet Earth is moving through space with almost 30km/sec. This means: only one minute later the planet and also the town Cottonwood have moved 900km through Space, one hour later it will be 21600km. The only reason why a meteor shower could hit the same town twice would be: this meteor shower might be obsessed "I have to destroy Cottonwood. I have to follow planet earth!" OK, not every movie I like to watch has to be physically correct. I also sometimes switch off my brain and have some fun in front of the TV. But I don't want to see a movie, when reading the short summary tells me, that the screenwriter did not turn on his brain before writing.

This comment may contain some grammar mistakes, because English isn't my first language.

Gerhard


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