Contains spoilers. To save you the pain of watching the moving.
I would give 'Attack of the Killer Tomatoes' at least a '2' or a '3'. I can't give this more than a '1', I wish there was a '0'. And I will tell you I am/was Eric Roberts fan. His acting in this movie has to be worse than his first high school play.
I saw at least one good review here, but I promise you any review on here above a '2' is clearly a friend of the production crew. They are giving sympathy points, and those should be automatically discounted.
The story is very poorly thought out and is significantly less realistic than 'Armageddon'. (Yes, I do realize that NASA shows Armageddon as a spoof movie to new recruits to point out scientific impossibilities). NASA won't be taking this one though, because new recruits would file OSHA violations on NASA for making them sit through this as a condition of employment.
On top of a very poor story, they took gender flipping and made it comically stupid.
The meteor shower hitting earth is so dense, that meteors are striking all over the world, simultaneously, no more than a few yards apart. (Yea, I can't wrap my head around the physics there).
The main character 'Gwen' is a planetary geologist, who just happens to carry a handy dandy battery powered laser diamond bit drill everywhere she goes. This cuts through everything from asteroids to steel reinforced blast walls. Even quickly makes perfect 2' diameter holes upon request! Wow!
The plot device to save the day though, is that they decide to take all of the electricity from all of the power plants, and pump it all into one plant. They will blow up this one plant and zap the asteroid. Just so happens Gwen's husband, a Corporal at the base, has both legal authority and knowledge to do that (he points this out).
However, at the air force base there are no pilots to fly fighter jets. And then there are no fighter jets with missiles. So how do they blow up the plant?
Gwen will, again, save the day!
Gwen jumps in a fighter jet wearing her tennis outfit, and flies up to the stratosphere, and straight back down turning the jet into a supersonic missile.
Gwen pulls so many G's that the jet is nearly shaking apart creating 'tense drama', but her tennis outfit does protect her from blackout. Whew!
Finally, Gwen blows up a standard (not nuclear) power plant by running the jet into it, and that fires a bolt of lightning into the air that will vaporize every single asteroid/meteor in earth orbit (you know, the same ones that are hitting every yard or two around the world.)
Luckily, nothing other than the asteroid is harmed! The other survivors are so close to the power plant, that Gwen's parachute drops her right by them when she ejects, yet, they are not affected by the explosion and crazy asteroid seeking lightning.
And I almost forgot to mention the stupidity of the whole nuclear attack on the meteor shower! Every country in the world launching nukes simultaneously that somehow all simultaneously hit a meteor shower above Wyoming. More strange astrophysics at work here!
The story is so preposterous, that it becomes a beer drinking game, to drink a beer every time the characters/story does something stupid.