....amazed that is, that the best thing in this movie was Rachel Hunter, who surprisingly can actually act. Apart from that, this film was a less than B grade effort. Poor special effects; supposedly a global disaster - but only Miami (which did make a refreshing change from The Coast Being Toast or New York under threat for the zillianth time), and enough glaring plot and continuity holes to fly a jumbo jet through. One of the worst for me was towards the end, when a soldier in the place they were going to blow up, was dismissed and told to leave. It seemed like supposedly seconds later that the main cast were hi-tailing it out of there too, and got into the lift that would take them up and out of the building. So how could the soldier and his cohorts have gotten out so fast? Then there was, earlier on, the scene with Brad and the sister in the old silo, climbing down, and Brad going "Something doesn't seem right". Oh. Could that have been the OBVIOUS clouds of steam rising when you started to go down there maybe? The heat? And of course there was the student in the boat out on the water early on. Disappeared, and while the other student did a body count and omitted him, surely someone would have noticed he was missing? Either then or later? There were others, many others, but going to leave it there.