An endless string of minor tremors near the already unstable San Andreas Fault threatens to set in motion an unprecedented swarm of earthquakes in bustling Los Angeles when a greedy oil company uses the controversial fracking technique. With his teenage daughter heading straight into the epicentre of the problem, the engineer and fracking operation supervisor, Jack, along with the discredited geologist, Gladstone, and the young USGS scientist, Emily, must come up with an effective countermeasure before a super-earthquake--the dreaded Big One--obliterates the entire city. Can they avert the ultimate geological Armageddon?
The Time Of The Big One Is Coming.
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Did You Know?
About 18 minutes from the end, you get a view from the pilots seat in the helicopter. The problem is that the helicopter is turning, but all the instruments are showing the helicopter is parked on the ground. See more
When Jack and Stephanie are running away in the truck from the cracks into the concrete basin of the river, there's one shot of the rear of the vehicle that was obviously flipped as the numbers of the license plate appear clearly reversed.
And this flipped shot is repeated moments later when Stephanie needs to drive the truck meanwhile Jack tries to recover the phone back in the tray. See more