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Impact Earth

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USA  •    •  90m  •    •  Directed by: Rex Piano.  •  Starring: Bernard Curry, Brooke Langton, Caitlin Carver, Lew Temple, Tom Berenger, Michael D. Anglin, Gralen Bryant Banks, Karen Boudrie, Caitlin Brimer, John Ceallach, Edward A. Chambers, Alexander Eldimiati, Christopher Heskey.  •  Music by: Bowie Dinkel, Kelvin Pimont.
    A former NASA asteroid tracker discovers a looming asteroid collision that could send it on a collision-course with Earth. Because he made a wrong call ten years earlier that cost him his career, nobody at NASA will listen to him when he starts raising the waning flags. Desperate to alert the public, and now certain of a collision, he and his student assistant publish a video telling the world about this looming danger. He gathers his family and his student assistant and they begin a journey towards a fall-out shelter owned by his old mentor over 100 miles away.

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IMPACT EARTH is another cheesy low budget disaster movie that seems to have been churned out without any kind of creativity or imagination whatsoever. Certainly the film itself is a dud, cutting and pasting in all of the stock sub-plots from previous TV movie disaster flicks. You get the family in danger, the renegade outsider scientist who nobody else listens to, the idiotic government agents, the human bad guys, and of course the cheesy CGI effects. These tend to be limited to meteorite strikes which are portrayed in an amusingly inept way. Tom Berenger, almost unrecognisable, is the old-timer in the cast and the best thing in it somewhat inevitably; the rest is an aimless mess of clichés and join-the-dots plotting.

Review by Leofwine_draca from the Internet Movie Database.