Earth's Final Hours (2011)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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After dense matter from an imploded white hole hits Earth, the planet's rotation is devastated. A group of government agents must locate a lost satellite network that is the world's only hope for survival.


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7 March 2012 | TheLittleSongbird
| Stink, stank, stunk...
I normally try not to be harsh with ratings and review summaries, but Earth's Final Hours really took the biscuit. I have seen worse movies, and SyFy have done much worse than this, but that is not excusing this really pathetic excuse for a movie from being one of the worst movies I've seen in the past month. There is only one redeeming factor, and that is Bruce Davison, who actually tries his best in a role and with dialogue that had so much potential to be so much more than turned out.

Earth's Final Hours looks cheap, I found the film very dull in its look and the special effects while not as bad as the Mega Piranha, Titanic II and Quantum Apocalypse still look as though they were made in a rush and gives the indication that the makers were looking at quantity rather than quality. The concept was ridiculous in the first place, but I wasn't expecting the final product to have such a sluggish, scientifically illogical, utterly predictable and above all uninteresting story.

There's also some of the most stilted dialogue I have heard ever in my life, an ending that is drawn out, anti-climatic and goes nowhere and almost every character cliché in the book(seriously when it comes to characters there is nothing new whatsoever here). The acting is terrible, Davison is the only one who tries, Julie Benson is wooden and Cameron Bright has to be one of the blandest and most monotonic actors there is. Overall, a stinker of a movie with almost nothing good about it excepting Davison. 1/10 Bethany Cox

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