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Collision Earth (2011)

When the sun converts to a magnetar for a short time, the planet Mercury is thrown out of orbit and set on a collision course for Earth. It's up to a disgraced scientist to save our planet.


Paul Ziller


Ryan Landels




Cast overview, first billed only:
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 Ken Roberts ... Dan Farmington
Juan Riedinger ... Carjacker
Chris Shields ... Liaison Officer
Marc Baur Marc Baur ... Guard
Dean Redman ... Soldier #1


When the sun converts to a magnetar for a short time, the planet Mercury is thrown out of orbit (along with a spaceship exploring it) and set on a collision course for Earth. Can a disgraced scientist manage to use his failed weapon system, Project 7, to save our planet? Written by Randall Landers

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Rated PG for action and peril, mild language and thematic elements | See all certifications »

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21 March 2012 | by david-3828See all my reviews

I admit my bar wasn't that high. After all it is a made for TV, low budget, SyFy movie. I am willing to forgive mediocre FX and CGI - after all our expectations for those things has been raised to high art thanks to all the big budget flicks out there. I am willing to suspend disbelief in order to enjoy a decent action or science fiction story. I don't mind chuckling at cliché plot devices when they're tongue-in-cheek. I happily do these all these things when a film is so unbelievably bad that it becomes an unintentional comedy. This movie does none of these things for me. For a science-based plot the writing can't pass even a cursory understanding of a grade 9 curriculum. Not in one instance or two but over and over and over again. The effect was akin to being grabbed by the cranium and shaken violently out of the story so that you are left staring at all the other otherwise forgivable weaknesses and amateurish plot devices. I have seen worse movies, though only a few, and I now add this to the list of bad movies that make the mediocre ones much more enjoyable by comparison.

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26 March 2011 (USA) See more »

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