Wish I'd looked more carefully at the specs before purchasing: it's from Asylum, which has a rep of making making mostly "clones" of better-known and often much better films.
The story (about trying to track and stop a monster of a geologic fault speading rapidly amd destructive from east to west in the US) was a fair starting point, but SFX were so-so (hardly anywhere near Roland Emmerich's class, but then, of course, who else is?), and character development virtually non-existent.
And this one stretches suspension of disbelief to the breaking point. Probably the worst example is when the father and daughter are in a midair collision resulting in their plane crashing with supposedly no survivors ... and they're both seen leaving the scene without so much as a scratch or hint of any injury.
If this is the only disaster flick you ever see, it's fair -- but don't try to compare it with others in its genre. I'd personally recommend instead the two "10.5" movies, typically co-packaged with "Category 6" and "Category 7" (both of the latter pretty good also, and dealing with disastrously colliding storm systems) -- and all four pay a fair bit of homage to FEMA operations.