Category 7: The End of the World (2005)


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A series of devastating storms are leveling major cities across the globe, and it's up to discredited scientist Faith Clavell (Shannon Doherty), dedicated storm chaser Tommy Tornado (Randy Quaid), and the FEMA head Judith Carr (Gina Gerson) to journey into the eye of the storm and find out just why mother nature has turned so violently on mankind in the shocking sequel to 2004's weather-gone-wild thriller Category 6: Day of Destruction. An unprecedented Category Six storm has leveled the Eiffel … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By: Roger Soffer, Christian Ford
On DVD: Apr 4, 2006
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment



as Tommy Tornado

as Judith Carr

as Ross Duffy

as Faith Clavell

as Mike Davis

as Donny Hall

as Penny Hall

as Ryan Carr

as Jim Roberts

as Brigid

as Alan Horst

as Lyra Duffy

as Billy Chamber

as Melody

as Stuart Carr

as Evan Bailey

as Peter Richburg

as Mary Beth Davis

as Reston
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Piece of junky claptrap is illogical even within the limited sphere of disaster movies. The only person to emerge with dignity intact is Swoosie Kurtz and only because she seems to recognize what a Velvetta fest this is and pitches her performance accordingly.

jay nixon

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Category 7 should have never been made. Director Dick Lowry should have realized before the project got green-lighted that there was no way with his budget that a movie of this scale could have been filmed without laughable CG and effects. Category 7 has some terrible acting (along with some decent efforts) but really becomes a struggle because of it enormous runtime and CG that was just plain bad. The story was pretty ridiculous too but that doesn't mean it should have been this bad.

We turned it off after it mentioned, without specifically naming, Hurricane Katrina, 9-11, homeland security, and the importance of maintaining the "great" government....all in the first 15 minutes...all while almost directly quoting the movie "Day After Tomorrow" repeatedly. Blech.

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