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2012: Doomsday

2.4 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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2012:DOOMSDAY - DVD Movie

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  • Actors: Dale Midkiff, Cliff DeYoung, Ami Dolenz
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Asylum
  • DVD Release Date: February 12, 2008
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000YV2EFY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,075 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "2012: Doomsday" on IMDb

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By Nikita D. Martin on July 5, 2008
Format: DVD
I was really excited to see this film...I actually thought initially that it would be "The Odessey" another 2012 film which is a documentary but quickly realized that it was actually a film that acted out a storyline based on 2012 prophecies. At this point I was still interested to see how the film would come together, and was even willing to completely bypass the terrible acting in order to see 2012 come to life in a way that I've only imagined from some of the books and research I've done myself. Let me say now, that not only was the acting horrendous, the storyline sucked, and I felt like I was watching a really corny version of Touched by an Angel. The whole flick completely took chosen bits and pieces of the ancient Mayan prophecy and made it into a Christian propoganda film. I am a Christian so I can appreciate my faith and appreciate what it is I believe in, but watching someone take two separate and completely different prophecies to try and sell the apocolypse honestly just pissed me off. I like how the people 'called' to do the Lord's work were all American, and the females were two blondes who questioned their belief in a higher being. The whole rapture thing being tied with the whole mayan temple thing...completely broken, made NO sense and I feel like I just lost an hour and a half of my life watching that garbage. If you really want to know about 2012, check out the History Channel's video on it, or "The Oddessy" so that you can get an unsensored, real version that makes alot more sense and isn't trying to sell nonbelievers a bogus version of the story. I hope you read this before you waste your money, it was a complete mess.
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Ok this movie made me laugh so hard it is WAY funnier than 99% of the comedies out there. From the actors forgetting their lines to the horrible special effects and props, this movie is a joke.

I wrote a review because this is the kind of stuff I wanted to read when I checked out the reviews. The reviewers skipped some things so I'm going to list some of them that I found completely ridiculous. DON'T READ THE REST OF THIS REVIEW IF YOU HAVN'T SEEN THE MOVIE.

-First of all the lighting was horrible. People looked either dead or infected with vampirism.

-At one point the camera completely juddered while doing a pan of the landscape like the cameraman fell sideways.

-In the beginning the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way is discussed. So I was like oh the Solar System is being sucked into a supermassive black hole maybe this movie will be cool. Never again is this black hole mentioned and I was wrong about the movie being cool.

-The blonde non-nurse girl was searching for a doctor for weeks and finds someone who had done a few years of med school and is completely unhappy and unsurprised.

-The news that showed California with tornado warnings on the screen: Tornado warnings? Looked more like a hurricane the size of california. The words from the news report were even half cut off the mother's tv screen.

-There were some winds outside at one point and there were only these strange string type things floating around. What the hell were those? And why did sometimes huge clumps of them fall?

-Despite the unbearable acting, the actors forgot their lines throughout the movie. I guess after take 143 of a scene they just went with the best shot they had.
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OMG - worst movie ever. Do not waste your money. Do not waste your time. If you have $5 burning a hole in your pocket for crying out loud, flush it down the toilet. If someone invites you to their house to watch this movie tell them you have a bad case of the cramps, you have the measles or a terrible toothache ... you will hate yourself if you sit through this movie. Bad acting. Bad story line. Idiotic rip-off of Close Encounters. It should have been a comedy - the effects are so bad they will make you laugh, although at the end you will cry because you literally just wasted 2 hours of your life that you will never get back.
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The scenery at the beginning was beautiful, but the movie went downhill from there. I liked Cliff de Young in the Love series and expected that this movie would be wonderful because he was in it. The acting was bad. The dialogue was amateurish and stupid, often with contradictory ideas contained within one sentence, so that even Cliff de Young's acting looked pitiful. I laughed out loud when one actress said that the president was evacuating the entire west coast, the earth's rotation had slowed, causing catastrophes all over the world and the end of the world, but her father wanted her to go north to Oklahoma where she would be safe. There was also a statement that European Christians had been in Mexico long before Christopher Columbus. After watching the first half of the movie, I turned it off. It was worse than an old 1950s B grade.
The people who put this movie together must have been a bunch of college kids who, even though they had good intentions, are not very talented. They put together the Mayan 2012 Doomsday calendar with the Rapture/End of the World belief held by Eschatologist Christians. The Roman Catholic Church and most mainline protestant denominations (of which I am a member) do not believe the end of the world will occur as a Rapture and/or a Tribulation period. Belief in the Rapture is mostly confined to Fundamentalists and other Evangelicals. After Christianity became the official religion of Rome in the fourth century CE, this belief was declared a heresy and suppressed. The idea of a Rapture was reintroduced in 1830 by John N. Darby, a minister of the Church of Ireland.
Regardless of whether one believes in the Rapture or not, the movie was amateurish. It was so bad that I tried to get my money back from the rental store.
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