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Annihilation Earth (2009)

Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.

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Nick Lyon

Writer:

Rafael Jordan
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Credited cast:
Luke Goss ... David
Marina Sirtis ... Paxton
Colin Salmon ... Raja Rahim Bashir
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Casey Angelova Casey Angelova ... American Broadcaster
Velizar Binev ... Scientist #2
Louise Cliffe Louise Cliffe ... Nya
Theo Cross Theo Cross ... Masen
Ryan Spike Dauner Ryan Spike Dauner ... Scientist #1 (as Ryan Dauner)
Laura Giosh Laura Giosh ... Reporter 1
Serah Henesey ... Ellie
Todd Jensen ... Interviewer
Mike Johnson Mike Johnson
Brian Landon Brian Landon ... Scientist #3
John Laskowski ... Agent Smith
Iliana Lazarova ... News broadcaster
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Two scientists must save the planet when terrorists destroy a supercollider.

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The film takes place in 2020. See more »

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Paxton: A quarter of France is gone, David. I need answers.
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Annihilation of the senses!
31 March 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

I wasn't expecting much considering SyFy's (very) dubious reputation, didn't get much. In fact, the whole film was a near irredeemable mess, with barely tolerable effects(only giving that phrase merely because I've seen worse like in Titanic II), slipshod filming and very lazy directing. The acting is terrible, Luke Goss is not bad actually but he deserved much better than what he got but Marina Sirtis with her forced delivery and a "southern" accent that is so laughable it leaves you speechless is a completely different story. The script has far too many stilted and stilted lines and contains scientific errors so vast and so glaringly off that you could tell that not much research if any went into it and the characters are underdeveloped and stereotypical. Not to mention the story, which was dull and very structurally thin, with many moments that didn't ring true to me, I agree about the issues about the lab assistants being too attractive and feeling too shoe-horned in and about the terrorists getting into the facility far too easily. The ending was the only part of the movie that didn't feel like nonsense, but considering how preposterous the rest of the movie is, this no-nonsense approach was jarring. Overall, really quite appalling. 1/10 Bethany Cox


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Doomsday See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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BUFO See more »
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