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Terminus (2015)

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Following a near-fatal accident, David Chamberlain makes an unprecedented discovery that will not only determine the fate of his family, but of mankind.

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Marc Furmie

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jai Koutrae ... David Chamberlain
Kendra Appleton ... Annabelle Chamberlain
Todd Lasance ... Zach
Bren Foster ... Agent Stipe
Brendan Clearkin ... Ned Wilcox
Vincent Andriano ... O'Mally
William Emmons ... Agent Lubinski
Katherine Hicks ... Jane Chamberlain
Steve Le Marquand ... Sherriff Williams
John Manning John Manning ... Tony Cerillo
Tatiana Ikasovic Tatiana Ikasovic ... Vera
Aaron Scully Aaron Scully ... Mickey
Henry Nixon ... Agent Epstein
Wayne McDaniel Wayne McDaniel ... Ramone
Christopher Stollery ... Hildebrandt
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Following a near-fatal accident, David Chamberlain makes an unprecedented discovery that will not only determine the fate of his family, but of mankind.

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All things must end

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violence and language including a sexual reference | See all certifications »
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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Вокзал See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Goofs

Even though the story allegedly takes place in the United States, many references to Australia are seen in the film, throwing the story off.

Chrysler 300C driven by the government agents is right-hand-drive. As the agent exited the left side of Chrysler, the dashboard is briefly visible to have no steering wheel on the left side.

The green-white pictogram for emergency exit sign is visible in the hospital. The American equivalent is red EXIT.

The doorknobs are positioned close to the shoulder height: typical feature in Australia and New Zealand but never in the United States.

The telephone at repair garage is Australian and never been available in the US. See more »

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Good Movie For a low Budget Film
23 January 2016 | by scottamacSee all my reviews

I don't really write to many reviews for movies, People like what they like and the same goes for dislike. First off, The special effects were great.

They didn't try to over do it. The script could have been a little more developed in some areas but it is for all intensive purposes, a Sci- Fie / Drama. The Acting was pretty good For the most part. The Cinematography was Good, No shaky camera crap or blurred fight scene's.

I am not sure why but the Police and other authoritative actors weren't very good. Not convincing in anyway shape or form. I felt like someone p****d on my cornflakes while i was trying to enjoy the rest of my breakfast. A little more info about where the girl was for all those years or a few flash back scene's could have brought her character to life and actually made me care more about her. She wasn't a bad actor she just wasn't really given much to work with to round out her character. Still ' it was WAY better than some of the cheap C-B flick crap that the Sci-Fie channel was trying to cram down our throats a few years back. It is better than some of these movies that have been coming out lately.

I know it was a drama- Sc-Fie but a little more attention to detail on WHERE the dramatic crescendo's peeked would have helped. Some where overdone or a little premature at times. Still all in all it kept me interested and for all the Doomsday preppies? Used government cement trucks should go up in price at the local auction.


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