A fierce electromagnetic storm cripples communications; as a result, two planes - one a commercial jet, the other Air Force One, carrying the President of the United States and his family - are on a collision course.
When a US plane is taken down over seas by an unknown assailant, the army is sure it was North Korea and a new war is about to break out. Even worse, the true attacker is an alien armed force and only one old battleship can stop them.
Mario Van Peebles,
A scientist, races against a deadline to place a shield between the Earth and the oncoming blast-wave from a Supernova. As well as the efforts of doom cult to sabotage the project believing it to be God's Will Course" and allow the population of the Earth to be consumed by the intense radiation in the wave.
When a colossal tectonic shift causes the sea level to start rising, a microbiologist gathers the DNA of as many species as she can, while the military creates an "ark" in a desperate attempt to preserve life on Earth.
When a young man's bride is kidnapped by an evil king, he turns to Hercules for help. The fallen hero has been living in exile, banished for killing his family, but the young man's courage ... See full summary »
I only stumbled across this movie while channel hopping with a coffee. This is a terrible film, even if it was a "made for TV" special.
The acting is simply awful. It's like watching a bunch of Star Trek fans who have filmed their own episode! Every line is delivered with exaggerated breathless earnestness. It becomes painfully obvious that you're watching a low budget production.
The cheesy script and cheesy acting is, at least matched by the cheesy CGI. Digital rain overlaid onto the scene of a bone dry van driving down a bone dry road. Very fake looking clouds, lightning and so on.
If this film was a pizza, it'd be a quattro formaggi.
On the plus side, if you're in the right frame of mind, it's so bad that it's almost laughably enjoyable! :)
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