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Critic Reviews for Megafault
It's a low-budget disaster film, but it works... and it doesn't take itself nearly as seriously as a film by Roland Emmerich
Audience Reviews for Megafault
The Asylum return with their biggest production yet. This film has The Asylum's best performances and best effects. It doesn't say much though. I just felt sorry for La Salle, and he looked like he hated himself anyways. Murphy looks troubled in this film. She doesn't look in good health, nor does she look like some kind of genius seismologist. The plot sees a bunch of government boffins try and stop an earthquake spreading across the US by starting another earthquake to derail it. Yes, it's fucking stupid, but what do you expect? My favorite part is whn the earthquake starting laser, accidentally sets off a volcano or something and people just combust and melt. The added quality just makes the film worse. At least with terrible actors The Asylum films usually have non-stop comedy. Here, I just felt embarrassed.
Megafault isn't the worst movie ever made, but it certainly gives a good fight for a spot at the top. It's so bad, it makes Alone in the Dark look like Shawshank Redemption in comparison. Brittany Murphy gives the most boring and uninteresting performance of her career and you have never seen people more calm during an earthquake than the extras of this movie; some of them even caught fire and didn't move at all. Oh, Megafault, you had me at let's move the Grand Canyon.
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