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Quantum Apocalypse

Quantum Apocalypse (2010) Movie Poster
USA / Germany  •    •  95m  •    •  Directed by: Justin Jones.  •  Starring: Rhett Giles, Stephany Jacobsen, Stuart Lafferty, Gigi Edgley, Randy Mulkey, Kristen Quintrall, Jerry Leggio, Jenna Craig, Collin Galyean, Amol Shah, Dean N. Arevalo, Shirly Brener, Marel Medina.  •  Music by: John Dickson, Miles Hankins.
        A group of talented but rebellious 'rock-star scientists' find themselves in a race against time to save Earth when a comet makes an unexpected turn towards our blue planet where all life may cease to exist within days if our small town heroes fail to find a solution.

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A cosmic anomaly causes a comet to crash into Mars. USSA (the films unauthorised version of NASA) firstly focuses on the cosmic debris, but soon shifts its focus on the anomaly itself. To their horror this is no longer about a couple of meteors hitting Earth, but about the anomaly gobbling up our planet. A group of hip crazy scientists get to work to find a solution. Meanwhile in Los Angeles a governor and his family live everyday life unknowlegdeable of the events at hand. That is save for a savant uncle, who is Rain Man square...

A TV movie with much lower marks than I would have foreseen, as I have seen multiple crappy films rated in the mid 5's. Nonetheless an easy watch with what seems to be filled with relatively astute tech jumbo. The special effects are scifi TV quality, so don't expect anything superb, nonetheless they are good enough not to distract from the movie. The acting in general is OKish (albeit it does have some rough spots), even if the film is populated with stereotypes. On a technical level the only thing that really bugged me was the sound.

Problem with the movie is that it just isn't engaging in the slightest and the budget limitations really show, especially in regards to locations and settings. Also the whole motive with the savant is so clichéd, that it converts your mouth into a smile. All in all however more or less a fun ride, but I doubt I'll remember this movie by next month...


Review by p-stepien from the Internet Movie Database.