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Earth's Final Hours 2012

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3.4 out of 5 stars (32) IMDb 4.1/10

David Hogan directs this action thriller in which a group of government agents and scientists attempt to save the world from imminent destruction. When material from an imploded white hole is flung towards Earth, the planet suffers extreme damage - to the extent that experts fear it will stop rotating on its axis.

Starring:
Robert Knepper, Cameron Bright
Runtime:
1 hour, 30 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director David Hogan
Starring Robert Knepper, Cameron Bright
Supporting actors Julia Benson, Bruce Davison, Hamza Adam, Roark Critchlow, Michael Kopsa, Julia Maxwell, Jeff Sanca, Alex Zahara
Studio Starz Digital Media
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: DVD
This is a made for TV movie brought to us via the Syfy Channel,so you kind of know what to expect.Once more the Earth is in danger of being wiped out,this time from being hit by dense matter from an imploded white hole,which has devastated the planets rotation.The only thing that can save us is finding the location of a lost satellite,so as you can see its a story as mad and way out as most b-movies of this kind.You get the run of the mill characters,untrustworthy Government agents,maverick scientists and a teenage computer wizz,in short there is very little new or original on offer here.But this doesn't mean that Earths Final Hours isn't worth a look,because oddly it is.The mad plot rattles along at a fair enough pace,the effects,for the most part,are ok,even above average for this type of film in some places.The acting is pretty solid as well,which is a good thing,considering just how bad some of the dialogue is.In short is a solid enough b-movie that manages,on occasion,to be greater than the sum of its parts.
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This is a made for TV movie brought to us via the Syfy Channel,so you kind of know what to expect.Once more the Earth is in danger of being wiped out,this time from being hit by dense matter from an imploded white hole,which has devastated the planets rotation.The only thing that can save us is finding the location of a lost satellite,so as you can see its a story as mad and way out as most b-movies of this kind.You get the run of the mill characters,untrustworthy Government agents,maverick scientists and a teenage computer wizz,in short there is very little new or original on offer here.But this doesn't mean that Earths Final Hours isn't worth a look,because oddly it is.The mad plot rattles along at a fair enough pace,the effects,for the most part,are ok,even above average for this type of film in some places.The acting is pretty solid as well,which is a good thing,considering just how bad some of the dialogue is.In short is a solid enough b-movie that manages,on occasion,to be greater than the sum of its parts.

There is a much cheaper version of this film,released by Anchor Bay Entertainment,available here on Amazon.
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This is in my opinion is one of the best movies of its kind. It is not over stuffed with special effects like some are but there are just enough to make it interesting. The story is about a group of people who want to save the world from an extra terrestrial disaster and a dodgy politician who tries to stop them. Kept me glued to the screen from start to finish. Please note this is a region A disc and will only play on multi region players.
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Very tepid!

Although it starts with a lot of promise of nail-biting action and super special effects, this rapidly degenerates into not much more than a lot of people shooting each other with the VERY occasional special effects in evidence.

Much of a disappointment, really. Not worth the purchase price; the acting, though, was very good all round.
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If you think of buying the DVD because you are attracted by the image on the front cover (as I was), which looks very promising for this kind of film, you will be disappointed: this scene does not exist in the movie. It is a complete lie and willingly misleading advert. The same thing can be said about the exciting main image put on the back cover: you won't see anything like that in the film. Shame.

Regarding the film itself, personally I found the scenario rather disappointing, with too many improbablities. To give an example: a lack of imagination permitted the scenarist to use three times the same trick: a sudden 'storm' with special 'lightings' strucks and kills the badies without touching the goodies (only a few metres away) just when the latter are in an hopeless situation. What an extraordinary luck! Once, you could concede if you are not too exigeant; but three times, really... That shows the care given to the film. With the misleading advertisment, it shows what this movie is all about: making cheap money, by all means, for the producer.

My personal advice: to watch if you are not difficult about catastrophe film and don't have anything else to watch more interesting. I give 2 stars, but I may be too good...
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i think this is a very underated film,by its very nature,as a relatively cheaply made short film,it has its limitations but as a thoroughly escapist piece of sci-fi I think its great!,its got a degree of credibility and some great characters,selfish,nasty and vicious and some selfless caring characters,i wish it had been made about 3 times as long because I wanted more of it!.
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Ok, so a couple of people are putting upside-down dustbin lids in a field, then some stuff falls out of the sky. Within minutes, you can see this is going to be one of the worst films you've ever seen in your life. I saw better special effects when I went to see a small town theatrical production of Aladdin more than thirty years ago!

Seriously - don't waste your life on this!
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Its ok as they say , looked a bit cheap but was loud enough to keep my 83 year old dad awake
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