A mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit around Earth and sends it hurtling on a collision course with life as we know it.

  • Released: 2022-02-03
  • Runtime: 130 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, Donald Sutherland, Maxim Roy, Stephen Bogaert, Azriel Dalman, Zayn Maloney, Achilles Montes-Vamvas, Ava Weiss, Kelly Reilly, Hazel Nugent, Chris Sandiford, Jonathan Silver, Ryan Bommarito, Kathleen Fee, Frank Schorpion, Sebastian Pigott, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Adam LeBlanc, Katy Breier, Kyle Gatehouse, Tyrone Benskin, Josh Cruddas, Gerardo Lo Dico, Krista Marchand
  • Director: Roland Emmerich
  • CromeRose - 7 June 2024
    I really enjoyed it. I don't know why this movie failed at the box office. It has all the necessary cliches for a disaster movie: broken families who find healing, government cover-ups, stupid criminal type-idiots robbing people while the world is ending - it was great when they got killed! - a conspiracy theorist who knows everything before anyone else and is proven right, and aliens - basically, a typical Roland Emmerich film. Sure, it was super silly, and the science was probably super ludicrous, but boy was it fun. I loved it. It had a ton of my favorite actors in it and they all acquitted themselves admirably. I'm glad Michael Pena replaced Stanley Tucci due to scheduling conflicts - I like Stanley Tucci but I love Michael Pena and think he was more suited to this role - Tucci would have put his usual funny-cynical spin on the role, and it wouldn't have worked here; I'm also glad John Bradley replaced Josh Gad - again, I like Gad (especially in Pixels) but I think he would've just played that same character here, and that would only have worked IF he was that character in this movie (which obviously would have not made sense). I also love Patrick Wilson and Halle Berry, and, as they say in this movie: they make a great team. They were fun to watch. The science was most likely way off base and ludicrous, but I'm fine with that because, as Roland Emmerich said: it's a movie. If they stuck to reality in this kind of movie, it would be a bore. When I first heard about it, I thought the movie would be based on Jack McDevitt's1998 novel of the same title. But other than the moon falling on Earth (and the title), it was completely different - the book's plot would have been just as Roland Emmerich-y and would've been a fun movie too; just no aliens (the book had the moon being knocked out of orbit by an interstellar meteor) - but the rest of the book's plot was as looney-fun as any Emmerich film.
  • mbwl-95023 - 3 April 2024
    Utter cheesy
    This is one of them cheesy films, we're they have used every line, from every B movie and put it in this B movie, this film is so bad, it is insult to the word bad. There is so many problems with this film, I don't know where to start, first of all the dialogue, I have seen better writing at a school play, the acting I reckon they had a competition to see who could be the worse actor in the film, or give out the worse line, I gave it a score of 2, just for the title and the actors who went and stared in this movie and got paid for it, I suppose for some of them, it has not effected there careers, but I can see it been pen for them films they did, and look back and think, why did I do that.