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10.5 [Import]

Kim Delaney , Fred Ward , John Lafia    Unrated   DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Kim Delaney, Beau Bridges. The Impossible Happens When A Devastating Earthquake Strikes The Pacific Northwest And Threatens To Tear The West Coast Off Of The Continent-Putting 50 Million Lives In Jeopardy. 2004/Color/165 Min/Nr/Fullscreen.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good......... Dec 28 2005
Ok, so its not the best CGI/Acting but the movie does nt crawl,
keeps moving and kept me awake...wow. Pretty good earthquake effects and was worth my money. Will likely view again later in the year.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By falcon
wow.i just watched this movie last night,and my nerves are still frazzled.this is one intense movie.the action sequences are frenetic,almost overwhelming,but in a good way.i was on the edge of my seat for a lot of this movie.this is a natural disaster movie of epic proportions.i thought the special effects were amazing.they put a lot of money into this movie,and it shows.the acting is also pretty good.the only thing i didn't like was the President's speeches,wich were ebasically just rhetoric and paltitudes,basically along the lines of,"as long as we have our spirit,we will endure through this tragedy".i don't blame the script writers,or Beau Bridges,who played the president.after all,this is exactly how are world leadre spwek during times of crises.i know this is mainly to give hope and comfort to the populace,but to me,it really doesn't mean anything.Beua Bridges is good as the president,convincing in his role.Kim Delaney also stars in the movie as a expert on fault lines,and she does a very good job,as well.anyway,as for the movie,i thourougly enjoyed it,and at times it is so intense,i didn't have time to breathe.it remided my of Independence Day,except it.a better movie,in my opinion.there is asequel,called 10.5:Apocolypse,which i haven't seen yet.but this movie will be a hard act to follow.i have to give this movie a 5/5
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Maybe as a comedy? Sept. 19 2004
A great movie if you discount cheesy special effects, CSI scene editing, and cheap models. The only things missing are Pamela Anderson and Godzilla. :-)
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 10.5 March 16 2008
By Kelly - Published on Amazon.com
Anyone liking disaster movies will enjoy this one also. There are several elements that are not geologically correct, so if that will bother you, keep that in mind. I liked the cast. Kim Delaney and Beau Bridges were the best part of the movie!
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Disaster FIlm Feb. 20 2005
By Jim Jr - Published on Amazon.com
Is this a great film - no, is it enjoyable - yes. The only thing this film asks is that the viewer has an enjoyable time. The producers are not trying to teach lessons about actual earthquakes - so what if a 10.5 is impossible on the Richter scale. What it indicates is that this was a horrible earthquake. So what if the survival camp was set up on a fault line. How many people actually know where fault lines are. There is supposed to be one in my general area in New York State, but none of the general public knows where it is.

Forget all the technical stuff and just sit back and enjoy the film. Laugh at the less than perfect effects and say to yourself that you could do better with your own camcorder in the back yard.

It is almost impossible to be serious about all the disaster films so simply have fun with this one.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars standard TV disaster drama, great special effects Jan. 12 2005
By A. Burchfield - Published on Amazon.com
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I remember at the time that real earthquake scientists didn't know whether to laugh or cry when this one came out. I thought it did OK for a TV disaster drama with the usual divorced parents and their difficulties (except in this case Mom is governor of the state), the brilliant young scientist with the radical, but correct, theory about the quakes- and the tough boss who doesn't believe at first but comes to his senses and ultimately saves the day.

I think the idea of deep faults has now been proven (the writers did say they did their research on the internet)but that idea of fusing them with nuclear blasts doesn't work for me, especially when done at depths of only a few hundred feet. I'd think that trying to fuse something like that would only make it worse either by REALLY cutting things loose or actually fusing and letting pressures build up even more.

What sap would put an evacuee camp on a faultline as they did in this movie?, that was actually the dumbest thing in the whole thing.

The FX were generally good although the quicksand that John Schneider got caught up in looked fake and the breakup of the Golden Gate Bridge did have a model look to it.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If Your Looking For Destruction... Aug. 28 2004
By Frank Dye - Published on Amazon.com
I personally enjoyed this somewhat long, but action filled movie. Being a fan of disaster films going all the way back to Earthquake and The Towering Inferno, I was surprised at how much I liked it.

Sure, there's the know-it-all geologist and the last minute solution, but the ending is not as predictable as some other disater movies.

I thought the drama, special effects and editing were above average. It your looking for destruction this movie might be for you.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 10.5 Special Effects Swarm Aug. 27 2005
By John C. Driver - Published on Amazon.com
Although the possibility of a 10.5 earthquake is minimal,and would be far more damaging that shown in the movie, this turned out to be an enjoyable piece of work. A fast moving plot from the word go, it has all the elements of a top rate disaster film. The special effects and character casting are on par with Earthquake, one of the first disaster movie of this scale. Mr, Bridges, like Mr. Heston, were by far the best choice of many fine actors and in my opinion could be the only choice for these parts.

From a scientific point however, a 10.5 quake would have devistating effects felt from the west to the east coast with far more personal tragic outcomes than were portayed.

Overall, a very good movie for those who like a fast mover.
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