The disaster movie is indeed a disaster, aping “2012” in more ways than one. From the start, with its conspiracy-happy radio personality and startled citizens gasping as Stonehenge’s rocks cheesily move on their own, it’s clear this seemingly made-for-Syfy project isn’t going to expend much effort, nor set the bar high. Bar? What bar?
I’ll admit, after a third of no-names spewing technobabble while straining to Look and Act Serious, I was so bored, I threw in the proverbial towel. Oh, Canada. “Rod Lott