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Megafault [Import]

Brittany Murphy , Eriq La Salle , David Michael Latt    Unrated   DVD
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Un film assez incroyable quoiquinteressant à écouter. C'est très improbable que ça se produise un jour, souhaitons le toutefois car on disparaîtrait vite.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Ok, but ... June 17 2011
By M. Bailin TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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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.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Stay Away Sept. 13 2012
The worst acting ever! Brittany Murphay is the not credible as a scientist and Eric Lasalle seems to wonder what he is doing on that "triple ZZZ" movie! Special effects are low grade. Don't spend your money on that one : stay away!
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Amazon.com: 3.4 out of 5 stars  45 reviews
21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious Jan. 31 2010
By T. Baltimore - Published on Amazon.com
This movie was hilarious. My husband and I had a great time making fun of the absolutely horrible special effects (reminiscent of the old Power Ranger shows). The acting was so bad it was funny but truly, the special effects were what truly made the movie entertaining. It's only worth watching if you have a warped sense of humor like we do. It was seriously so bad it was funny.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It ok, but nothing great Jan. 17 2010
By M. E. Newell - Published on Amazon.com
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We start in the hills of West Virginia where Charley "Boomer" Baxter (Eriq LaSalle) is blasting a mountain. By accident, Baxter set off a masssive earthquake that is felt as away as Washington D.C. were Dr. Amy Lane (Brittany Mruhpyy)is with her fmaily. Within a giant Megafault is created that is racing across the country, leaving death in it wake. With the help of Dr. Mark Rhodes (Bruce Davidson) and serect miltary weapon that came create earthquakes, Lane and Baxter race to the stop the megafualt before it hits Califoria.
"Megafualt" is not a great movie but really not that bad. The writers have all the usual things that you expect to. One person that is right while everyone else is wrong, cute kid, the one character that you know will be dead before it over, the miltary that is either the cause of the problem or has the secret weapon to save the day. Overall Megafault is the type of movie that Syfy puts out and you may just want to rent it instead of buying it.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible "Disaster Film" March 23 2010
By Tsuyoshi - Published on Amazon.com
"Megafault" is a disaster film from Syfy (formerly known as the Sci Fi Channel), starring late Brittany Murphy as Dr. Amy Lane, a scientist trying to stop the global disaster caused by an enormous earthquake. Though the premise looks like some Roland Emmerich movie, "Magafault" is far less entertaining with an impossible storyline, cheesy effects and inept direction. The horrible film is, however, not without entertainment value in an "Ed Wood" kind of way.

I don't want to repeat the story here. In short, it is about a big fault destroying the whole country. A huge fissure runs, swallowing up people (about 20 or more), destroying buildings (created by cheesy computer graphics), while our heroes and heroine are desperate to save their family, and save the day, too. This is a familiar format so poorly executed that some parts of it have become an unintentional comedy.

I don't need scientific accuracy in this kind of action films, but when a crack in the ground starts chasing a tank truck in the two-lane road accompanied by lots of explosions (fake ones, I guess), there is something wrong with the script. The huge fissure runs across America, from east to west, hitting some of the big cities while seismologists talk about the possibility of "stopping" the quake. With this silly story and boring actions, "Megafault" doesn't have a chance from the beginning.

The cast includes such talented actors as Brittany Murphy, Eriq La Salle and Bruce Davison. They are doing their best with what they have been given, and should not be blamed. Sadly this is the last TV production for Brittany Murphy, who passed away on December 20, 2009.

The film is directed by David Michael Latt, co-founder of The Asylum, one of the most prolific independent studio producing straight-to-DVD titles such as "Transmorphers," "The Day the Earth Stopped" and "2012 Doomsday."
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars WHOSE FAULT IS IT? Feb. 28 2010
By Michael Butts - Published on Amazon.com
Brittany Murphy's tragic death may have interrupted a talented actress' bright future but this megabomb certainly isn't a high point. Badly miscast as a seismologist (??) and saddled with a horrible script, Murphy sleepwalks through this film surrounded by shoddy effects and shameful performances from co-stars Eriq Lasalle, Bruce Davison and Paul Logan. SyFy should leave disaster movies alone if this is the best they can do (although it's better than 2012 SUPERNOVA).
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Just Missed it's Mark... Nov. 16 2009
By Gregory Dwyer - Published on Amazon.com
Megafault just misses as a sci-fi classic. Great concept! Awesome acting done by big names who really want to stretch their Hollywood-homogonized wings. Murphy and La Salle will probably be on board for the sequel...but really watch for the RV scene, where the driver, I think his name is Gil, runs with the script in his pocket. That will be a Trivial Pursuit question...you're welcome.
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