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Eve of Destruction - Part 2

 (5)
4.31 h 27 min201316+
When two scientists attempt to discover unlimited energy, their experiment is hijacked and sabotaged by eco-terrorists. The result is a dark energy black hole that could destroy the planet.
Directors
Robert Lieberman
Starring
Steven WeberChristina Cox
Genres
Science FictionDramaAction
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None Available
Audio Languages
English
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101 Films
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2.5 out of 5 stars

5 global ratings

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Vincent GibbonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2022
3.0 out of 5 stars
dire
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Lots of chat, minimal action.. Sci Fi - is pushing it as a label.
Mr. TReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 January 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Not recommended. TBH , it was pretty awful ...
Ok, where do I start ....

Firstly, don't watch (I repeat, do not watch) Part 1, there is no need. It was summarized in less than 2 minutes in the beginning of Part 2. Great, you save yourself one and a half hour already.

NOT believable ... the story is weak, very weak; the "facts" aren't consistent with real physics. I know it is only a movie. I mean this was produced in 2013 ! You have to be totally naive about science to believe even 5% of the film. If the reactor is still running ("it's feeding itself"), the reactor room would be crazy hot. Don't think anything, let alone human, will survive there. And the power lines ... 200 MW (200 Million Watts) with such teeny overhead power lines, you got to be kidding me. But then again, I'm in England not US, so I could be wrong.

I could go on, but I won't bore you.
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CReviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 January 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Appalling!
One star for having the brass neck to drag out this drivel into two parts. Skience fekshun for dummies. From ham acting to 6 year old spelling mistakes on a 'secure' website, it sadly has become typical of the dross Amazon have these days on Prime Video.
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