Overall Rank: 23442
Average Rating: 2/4
# of Ratings: 17
Theatrical Release Date: 02/04/2022
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 04/26/2022
Genre: Action, Fantasy
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Roland Emmerich
Actors: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Donald Sutherland, Charlie Plummer
Plot: When the moon is suddenly knocked out of orbit and is sent on a collision course with Earth, NASA executive and former astronaut Jo Fowler thinks she has the solution but finds little support outside an astronaut from her past and a conspiracy theorist. With nothing left to lose, she mounts a last-ditch mission in order to save mankind from annihilation only to find the moon is hiding a secret of its own. -- Chris Kavan
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/26/2022
If you've seen it before, it's almost certainly here. "Moonfall" is an orgy of overused and dated space disaster tropes brought together for a cataclysmic dud that's too goofy to be a thriller and too bleak to be a comedy.
SIngli6 - wrote on 02/27/2022
As if the Chinese government would ever just give NASA a space shuttle.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 05/30/2022
"This planet has suffered five extinctions. This is going to be the sixth."
So, 'Moonfall' is a movie.
I watched this back in February in 4DX (more of that in a bit), and the reason for the long delay was due to a busy schedule with personal stuff, but better late than never.
'Moonfall' is yet another one of Roland Emmerich's "end of the world" movies, and it follows the same familiar as the rest.
Alright, I will get straight to it, the movie is stupid, like really stupid, and I expected that going in and enjoyed it for what it was. Some of the performances range from decent to horrendous, there is a father and son subplot that I did not care for, and at times it was so transparent that some scenes were on a sound stage. The ending is so terrible and ridiculous …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 04/27/2022
Roland Emmerich has made a career out of destroying the world. Aliens, climate change, tectonic shifts - pick your poison and watch the world burn. Moonfall is just another notch on his belt and, frankly, the most ridiculous premise yet.
Early on we watch astronauts Brian Harper (Patrick Wilson) and Alan Marcus (Frank Fiola) working on a satellite under the command of Jocinda Fowler (Halle Berry) - when things go wrong following the appearance of a shifting cloud of something. Marcus is thrown to drift in space and Harper, with little help from Fowler (who was knocked out) is disgraced for his fantastical version of events.
Fast forward years later where NASA is made aware that the moon's orbit is changing - not only that, be in a scant amount of time it will crash into the Earth, …
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