10.5 – Apokalypse
- Apokalypse. ( Apocalypse). USA, " – Apokalypse (1+2)", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV cheapeast.eu – Apokalypse: Noch leiden die Vereinigten Staaten an den Folgen des Erdbebens der Stärke , das Los Angeles zerstört hat, schon brechen weitere .
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Ein gewaltiges Erdbeben, das auf der Richterskala einen Wert von 10,5 erreicht, verursacht auf dem nordamerikanischen Kontinent einen Riss in der Erdkruste. Eine Erdbebenexpertin warnt vor einer unvorstellbaren Katastrophe, doch niemand will ihr. – Apokalypse (Originaltitel: 10,5: Apocalypse) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernseh-Miniserie von Regisseur John Lafia aus dem Jahr und die. " – Apokalypse (1+2)", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV cheapeast.eu cheapeast.eu - Kaufen Sie Apokalypse 3D (Blu-ray) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu. cheapeast.eu - Kaufen Sie Apocalypse günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. – Apokalypse: Noch leiden die Vereinigten Staaten an den Folgen des Erdbebens der Stärke , das Los Angeles zerstört hat, schon brechen weitere . Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu - Apokalypse. Dass die Erde an der Westküste Amerikas hin und wieder bebt, ist nichts ungewöhnliches.
" – Apokalypse (1+2)", der Film im Kino - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinoprogramm sowie Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung bei TV cheapeast.eu Ein gewaltiges Erdbeben, das auf der Richterskala einen Wert von 10,5 erreicht, verursacht auf dem nordamerikanischen Kontinent einen Riss in der Erdkruste. Eine Erdbebenexpertin warnt vor einer unvorstellbaren Katastrophe, doch niemand will ihr. – Apokalypse: Noch leiden die Vereinigten Staaten an den Folgen des Erdbebens der Stärke , das Los Angeles zerstört hat, schon brechen weitere .
As in Fatal Contact, the disasters have more character than the characters. John Leonard. The thing's a freakin' migraine waiting to happen, trust me.
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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Its actually a pretty cool movie. Good plot with some bad acting; makings for a good disaster movie!
But, the real disaster is the cinematography! I can only play it if I'm working on the computer, and not watching the screen. It seriously zooms in and out nonstop.
I have no idea how this could have been approved by anyone that made or produced this film. Totally spoils the movie.
Good movie for when your bored and need a good disaster flick. One person found this helpful. French Region 2 DVD arrived in mint condition well within suggested delivery dates.
If you want English Region 1, better confirm with the seller before ordering. Part of my feeling towards this film is due to my mistake in watching it only a few weeks following the first miniseries, On the one hand, knowing the background of the characters and the earthquake team allowed for a smoother transition into this movie which leaps right into the action with no effort to familiarize the viewer with them.
On the other hand, having recently experienced about all the smashing effects which the creators could devise, undercut the seriousness with which one could take these similar ones not to mention the difficulty of accepting poor President Beau Bridges going through the same motions so soon after one saw him doing the same thing for only the West Coast.
Beyond that, looking to introduce something new for the audience, they borrowed the 'burrowing through the wreckage to escape a collapsed building' scene from almost every disaster movie made in the last century, including the various Poseidon calamities.
Most difficult to swallow was that this was going to be the one that divided the country into two separate land masses with a watery gap between them.
Without going on with this listing, I can summarize by saying that, to a recent viewer of the better original, this one seemed to be action without meaningful characters, and an overblown scenario which had no credibility.
Recommendation: for those who have seen the original, don't bother seeing this one until memories have faded sufficiently to make the action seem new but still related to remembered character development.
Under those conditions it may be quite a decent watching experience. Those who did not see the original should find it entertaining but needing multiple days toi avoid earthquake fatigue.
Just a fun, stupid disaster movie. Must have both though. Great follow up to I like this because I like really bad disaster movies.
Too bad they replaced the female hero-to-save-the-world with her dad, as much as I like the actor. The product was unsatisfactory.
I actually liked the miniseries when it was on tv but on the DVD it started in the middle of the second hour and you couldn't tell who was who was who and what had happened.