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Bursting with special effects, the made-for-television film comes as the sequel to the hit 2003 TV miniseries 10.5. Also starring Kim Delaney and once again directed by John Lafia, 10.5 APOCALPSE begins with a 10.5-grade earthquake ripping apart the West Coast. But for a team of researchers, government officials, and scientists (played by an all-star cast that includes Beau Bridges, Dean Cain, and Frank Langella), the trouble is just beginning.
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CastMelissa Sue Anderson
DirectorJohn Lafia
Release Date:  2006
MPAA Rating:  Unrated
DVD Release Date:  Echo Bridge Home Entertainment (August 01, 2006)
Runtime:  2hr 49min
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review by . November 09, 2009
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Pros: lots of fun computer junk     Cons: who decided to make Beau Bridges president of the US?     The Bottom Line: The disaster movie to beat out all disaster movies     My logical mind tells me that movies like 10.5: Apocalypse are a bunch of fabricated baloney slices but my inside voice tells me, writers aren’t that damn smart - this information has to come from somewhere, even if it is distorted. This movie is the colossal disaster …
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