40 Days And Nights 2012 CC

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(40) IMDb 2.3/10
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When an earthquake causes the sea level to start rising, a microbiologist gathers the DNA of every species, while the military creates an "ark" in a attempt to preserve life on Earth.

Starring:
Monica Keena, Alex Carter
Runtime:
1 hour 27 minutes

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40 Days And Nights

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Genres Science Fiction, Thriller, Adventure, Action
Director Peter Geiger
Starring Monica Keena, Alex Carter
Supporting actors Alex Arleo, Alex Ball, Victoria Barabas, Ty Barnett, David Bittick, Adam Burch, Hector Luis Bustamante, Christianna Carmine, Marcus Choi, Emily Davenport, Evan Dumouchel, Susannah Hart Jones, Scott Hoxby, Kevin Jackson, Jonah Keal, Hina Khan, Jon Kondelik, Dominic Ledesma
Studio Lantern Lane Entertainment LTD.
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Not really worth wasting money on.
NoWireHangers
For a 'B' movie, I can say it's watchable... Once done it will be up to you to decide if you just wasted your time or not... Typical "B" everything goes wrong, movie.
Hawk
Terrible acting, special NON effects.
Jay Sully

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Grieco on January 27, 2013
Format: DVD
Once again The Asylum Home Entertainment has conned me into buying an utter piece of garbage. I should have been checking before buying, but now I will be actively avoiding anything with their name on the back cover.

How was the movie you ask? The plot was... Wait? Was there a plot? Oh ya, Water, like lots of it. Why? None of the actors seem to know or care! It just keeps raining for no good reason. It's pretty clear that no adults were given access to the script before shooting began.

And oh, we just so happen to have this big, phallic, really poorly designed & built boat. The boat. Lets talk about the boat, shall we. Giant boat. Check. 50,000 people capacity. Check. No way to generate power. Check. Wait, What? That's right, no way to generate power, except these two tiny turbine things that run on dinky power generators designed for buoys. Designed for Small buoys. Really small buoys. The buoy they jacked it from was like 3 feet across. The generator itself is about the size of a grapefruit. Megawatts? Kilowatts? Watts? I'd be surprised if one of these things could power much more than a 12v light bulb. The characters are then SHOCKED when this truly poor arrangement fails to power the GIANT boat. So they proceed to pull poorly designed sails out of their collective ass. (no, the sails don't save the day ether) As the lousy captain reports from his lousy, tiny, dirty?, bridge. (the ship is new, and I assume cost many tens of dollars to construct. why does the tiny bridge look so crappy & beat up?)

Now, lets talk about the acting a bit. The character interaction was forced and unrealistic. I never got the sense that any one character really cared if the others lived or died. They just kept kinda plugging along. Screwing up one thing after another.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Angelica on May 27, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Thought it would be stupid, but actually watched twice. Donated to library, so that it could be checked out and viewed by more.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TJ-STL on April 4, 2013
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I rented this video and GOOFED BAD! Let me say there is a BIG difference between this " 40 days and nights'" and the movie I wanted "40 days and 40 nights". I turned it off after a short time, but came back, for some reason, and waited for the "its about time" ending. Ignoring the illogical SiFi link, the story was not only improbable, illogical, ill causing, "illy" written, directed, acted and when the illogical ending occurred it would be illogical for them to survive (they failed to saving inserts and honey bees),and had few plants and almost no animals. I liked the three block long ship (holding 1000's of people" bobbing up and down some 20 or 30 feet (given the scale) and everyone walked normal, unless you count hitting a mountain and having it produce a small bump that make them hang on to their chairs. And the 12" rock that the ship was hung up on "barely", then being blowed up by a mystery chemical mixture, and the captain moving the "shift lever" from forward to reverse 6 times was really awe inspiringly stupid. The time warp scene changes were really bad, planes taking off without a run way, dayschanging about 5 minutes apart, 1000's of "relatives from St Louis" being represented by 10 or 12 "actors?" they could afford to hire and illogically and effectively killing one of the two persons that could fix and install the "miracle" power generator the size of a small end table, seemed dumb because he told his girl friend there was a terrible storm coming. YAA REALLY? I could list a lot of other bad things but will end on perhaps the only positive note. That being a 5' heroine (Tessa "played by" Monaca Keena..I think) who they kept in tight wet fitting T-shirts who must have been standing in a cold breeze given the view it repeatedly advertised. Sorry for adding that, and forgive me I am not a male chauvinist pig...honest. DO NOT RENT THIS VIDEO, GIVE IF TO SOMEONE YOU DISLIKE AS A PRESENT.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By P. Sherman on March 19, 2013
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Ok, maybe not the worst, but in the bottom 5. No reason to write this review since it's pretty clear from other reviews just how bad it is. Plus, while I lasted longer than the reviewer who turned it off after 20 minutes, I only lasted 10 minutes longer, so this is only a review of the first 30 minutes. A shot of dark gray ominous clouds overhead, and then our heroes running around in sunshine with some blue sky and puffy white clouds in the background. And the effects were horrific. I'm sure the helicopters were toys, poorly reproduced to be life-sized. The "John" character was familiar and his acting credible; otherwise the acting was amateur. How do these movies even get released?
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shaun Low on February 6, 2013
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Acting wasn't very good. Some of the situations just didn't seem plausible. Watch if you're bored but don't pay more than $1.99.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kelli on December 16, 2013
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The great flood is coming, but no one knows. It is a secret. It starts with the Sahara Desert becoming an ocean. Of course, no one knows this is an extinction event. It is punctuated with a microbiologist desperately trying to get her DNA samples, and the secret building of an ark in a government installation.

Bad acting, bad special effects/ CGI, unrealistic scenes of building an ark, and bad science is the basis for this total flop. Sadly, these people have never seen a shipyard.

I almost fell over when they showed a funky turbine and the sound of riveting when building the ark. Not a single crane was present, and there wasn't a welder to be seen.

And the DNA canisters couldn't be found for the bees, but luckily they came up with some bee corpses. Ugh!
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