Genres: Action, Sci-Fi
Rating: 12 yrs & over, under 12's must be with an Adult
|Cast:||Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish|
The climate change problem begins to signal the beginning of the end for Earth’s survival, leaving the world’s leaders forced to unite to hatch a plan.
The result is the Dutch Boy Program; a network of global satellite’s, which circle the planet equipped with geoengineering technology built to prevent natural disasters. Initially, the plan is a success, and two years with barely a hiccup go by.
But then it all begins to go horribly wrong. The satellite’s designed to protect the world instead turn against it, and a series of devastating storms, floods and colossal tsunamis begin wiping out towns and cities across the globe.
Throw a plot to assassinate the US president into the mix and you’ve got one serious problem.
With the fate of mankind hanging in the balance, a satellite designer and his estranged brother embark on a mission to space to stop the geostorm before the world is no more.
The producer of Independence Day presents a new spin on the disaster movie genre, and brings a solid cast along for the ride.
Gerard Butler (300) stars, alongside Abbie Cornish (Limitless), Ed Harris (Gravity) and Andy Garcia (Passengers).