A book editor is in the posession of an artifact that gives him visions. He lets on that he has another book written ready for publishing and asks for a proof reader (by name) to come and collect it. When the proof reader arrives, he finds the book editor dead and upon touching the artifact, has visions himself about the ending of the world. The entire plot is based on the 2012 galactic allignment end of world scenario, and the lead character teams up with an attractive archeologist and together they run from rogue government agents who also want the artifact, whilst narrowly avoiding death both from being shot and by falling into the earth during massive earthquakes. Mean while the rest of the world is befalling massive destruction. with only hours to spare, the duo must somehow save the day.Written by
Prior to this movie, Jewel Staite played the ship's mechanic, Kaylee, on the Syfy series "Firefly" and ot's follow-up movie "Serenity". See more »
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 »
I've Been Waiting
Composed and performed by Jennifer Irene McNutt See more »
Surprisingly interesting. Subject is very actual and overused in many movies but this one brings a different twist to the "end-of-the-world" franchise.
This is not like the Hollywood product-placement films, it actually has content, action, some real pieces of spirituality inserted here and there discreetly, otherwise the fanatics would raise their bible! A great movie. To the opposite of some reviewers, I'm not into the already chewed up flicks from Hollywood and such so my review is not based on how much sex, drugs, loud music, barely hidden publicity, and how many corporates names are inserted in the movie, it's about the IMAGINATION (unknown to the Hollywood crowd!) Don't be biased by the Hollywood lover, this is a very good movie and deserves more than it has.
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