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10.5: Apocalypse (2006)

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For those who survived the earth-shaking terrors of 10.5, the tremors just keep on coming in this sequel that finds scientist Samantha Hill (Kim Delaney) and President Hollister (Beau Bridges) doing battle against Mother Nature as she unleashes her formidable wrath in the heartland. Extinct volcanoes are erupting at an alarming rate, and the ground is opening up to swallow entire cities, leading some to believe that the Apocalypse has finally begun. All hope isn't lost yet, however, and as FEMA leaps into action to provide assistance to those in need, volunteer firefighter Brad Malloy (Dean Cain) and kindly doctor Miguel Garcia (Carlos Bernard) do their best to get citizens out of the rapidly expanding danger zones. With even more destruction on the horizon, Samantha is forced to put the past behind her in hopes that her father, Dr. Earl Hill (Frank Langella), a rogue scientist whose ideas have found him exiled from mainstream science, can find a way to divert the path of the quake and save countless lives in the process.

Cast

Kim Delaney
as Dr. Samantha Hill
Dean Cain
as Brad Malloy
David Cubitt
as Dr. Jordan Fisher
Garcelle Beauvais
as Natalie Warner
Carlos Bernard
as Dr. Miguel Garcia
Carly Pope
as Laura Malloy
Frank Langella
as Dr. Earl Hill
Beau Bridges
as President Hollister
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Critic Reviews for 10.5: Apocalypse

All Critics (1)

The thing's a freakin' migraine waiting to happen, trust me. And that's not even taking the dialogue into account.

July 21, 2006 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for 10.5: Apocalypse

I need to see this again, rings a bell, sequel to the first TV film 10.5 with Dean Cain starring from the New Adventures of Superman!

Dean King
Dean King

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