Collision Earth (2020) Movie Review

Director: Matthew Boda

Writer: Joe Roche (Screenplay)

Starring: Kate Watson, Joseph Michael Harris, Daniel O’Reilly, Becca Buckalew, Eric Roberts, John Morrisey, Joe Roche

Plot: A large meteor shower unexpectedly bombards planet Earth. Scientists rush to the scene of the first impact and the race is on to find a solution to save humanity.

Tagline – Game over

Runtime: 1 Hour 24 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Verdict: Dull

Story: Collison Earth starts after a meteor shower ends up hitting Earth scientist Gwen (Watson), Kurt (O’Reilly) and Mara (Buckalew) must investigate, where they learn a bigger threat is coming, with them needing to communicate with generals who are about to nuke the remain meteors, something that will only cause more damage than good.

With the plan in the place the race to stop the world being destroyed in underway and now the people are willing to fight for what is right for the world.

Thoughts on Collison Earth

Final Thoughts Collison Earth is one of the reason why The Asylum has such a bad reputation, they take a simple destruction idea and leave us with more talking, than any sort of action sequences, which is the main reason why we watch disaster movies. Any destruction we have is almost a flash in the pan and by the end of this film, the stale, dull characters, who feel lifeless are thrown at us more than anything else. This is going to go down as one of the worst Asylum has thrown out, one we have seen them do before and do better.

Overall: Bad Movie.

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