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 Tower and reduced the Great Pyramids to rubble, and as the pitch black funnel clouds lay waste to anything and everything in their path, three dedicated heroes attempt to discover whether the malevolent weather is the cause of global warming, or something far more sinister. When a vengeful gang of terrorists threaten to use the storms to their advantage by staging a large scale attack the likes of which the world has never seen, it seems as if it very well may be the end of the world.
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Randy Quaid
as Tommy Tornado
Gina Gershon
as Judith Carr
Cameron Daddo
as Ross Duffy
Shannen Doherty
as Faith Clavell
Tom Skerritt
as Mike Davis
James Brolin
as Donny Hall
Swoosie Kurtz
as Penny Hall
Robert Wagner
as Ryan Carr
John Kapelos
as Jim Roberts
Lindy Booth
as Brigid
Kenneth Welsh
as Alan Horst
Suki Kaiser
as Gayle
Rachel Skarsten
as Lyra Duffy
David Alpay
as Billy Chamber
Andrea Lui
as Melody
James N. Kirk
as Stuart Carr
Noam Jenkins
as Evan Bailey
Peter Mooney
as Peter Richburg
Janaya Stephens
as Mary Beth Davis
Dave Brown
as Reston
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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.

Jonathan Porras
Jonathan Porras

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
jay nixon

Super Reviewer


Some of these Sci-Fi originals are absolute gems... this is not one of them. This movie tries hard to skate around a really interesting ideas and prospects in the Sci-Fi realm while pounding us with unnecessary amounts of righteous and realistic links to our current lifestyle. To be honest though the acting wasn't as bad as I thought it probably would be. These "no-name" actors and actresses really put on some quality performances and can hold their own with scripts that were probably written by five year olds. Although, some of the visual effects when it didn't look like it was taken from a 1990s video game, looked and felt really good. Some of the action scenes actually made me sit up out of the couch, which again is a shocker from a movie like this. Like I said, its not one of those Sci-Fi original gems, but it'll hold some attention for a little bit. Watch it if you are interested in storm movies or you've got a favorite actress like Shannen Doherty who played in 'Charmed' which I loved! =p 2.5 super charged stars out of 5!

Geoff Travagline
Geoff Travagline

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