Director: Noah Luke
Writer: Lauren Pritchard, Joe Roche (Screenplay)
Starring: Jeremy London, Tyler Christopher, Jamison Jones, Pauline Egan, Jenny Tran, Alexa Marie Anderson
Plot: A global steel company is working with an aerospace partner to extract lunar material. When a drilling accident causes a giant piece of the moon to break off, it goes on a collision course with Earth.
Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Moon Crash starts when a drilling accident on the moon starts sending pieces of the Moon towards Earth, leading to the biggest minds on Earth to come together to find a solution before it disaster on a globe scale.
Steve (Christopher) and Amanda (Egan) lead the defence on Earth, while Logan (Jones) leads the attempts from on the planet, as the government General Madden (London) is looking for a quick nuclear defence.
Thoughts on Moon Crash
Thoughts – Moon Crash is the low budget version of Moonfall, that will fall into the typical low budget disaster movies, where they try to grab a mostly known actor in Jeremy London and hope putting everything together will pay off. Sadly, for Moon Crash we end up getting a mostly messy, plain movie, with one set of characters running around one open area, another one, which will focus one crew trying to help from space and a war office location too. Nothing comes off very interesting for a big disaster movie, even if things are meant to be cheap, they end up looking it, instead of creating something big that could connect even with the lower budget. This will just end up being plain and not as interesting as it should be.
Final Thoughts – Moon Crash is another plain low budget movie.