A mysterious force knocks the moon from its orbit around Earth and sends it hurtling on a collision course with life as we know it.

  • Released: 2022-02-03
  • Runtime: 130 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina Bartczak, Donald Sutherland, Maxim Roy, Stephen Bogaert, Azriel Dalman, Zayn Maloney, Achilles Montes-Vamvas, Ava Weiss, Kelly Reilly, Hazel Nugent, Chris Sandiford, Jonathan Silver, Ryan Bommarito, Kathleen Fee, Frank Schorpion, Sebastian Pigott, Jaa Smith-Johnson, Adam LeBlanc, Katy Breier, Kyle Gatehouse, Tyrone Benskin, Josh Cruddas, Gerardo Lo Dico, Krista Marchand
  • Director: Roland Emmerich
  • darius_sutherland - 7 May 2024
    What an absurd and pointless movie. Sometimes you wish Hollywood would say...This is bloody awful and we should donate all the money to feeding and housing people.

    Caught it on TV thankfully. Physics and all science are completely ignored. It literally is as if they were writing it as they filmed it snd just made it all up on the fox

    Incredibly stupid. Only watch it if you want to laugh at how ridiculous it is.


    What an absurd and pointless movie. Sometimes you wish Hollywood would say...This is bloody awful and we should donate all the money to feeding and housing people.

    Caught it on TV thankfully. Physics and all science are completely ignored. It literally is as if they were writing it as they filmed it snd just made it all up on the fox

    Incredibly stupid. Only watch it if you want to laugh at how ridiculous it is.
  • tomsly-40015 - 11 March 2024
    When I see films like this, I think to myself: Maybe the moon should really impact earth and end this misery once and for all
    Once again a typical disaster/action film of today's CGI era: no story, dull dialogue, bad acting, product placement and stuffed to the brim with pointless and often cheap-looking CGI. We are now at a point in film production where every Looney Tunes comic shows more realism than these soulless assembly line productions from Hollywood.

    I really wonder what I was watching. And most importantly: WHY did I watch this? The story is so paper thin, someone probably wrote it in a minute on the toilet. Is it because today's viewers are becoming more and more stupid because of TikTok, smartphones and the Internet? Or are the filmmakers running out of ideas? The story seems like something out of a film production kit for first-year students: an extraterrestrial civilization was wiped out by an AI it created. But they were able to build a few moons in time and send them out in all directions to sow the seeds of new civilizations on habitable planets (yes, that's right, we are descended from an extraterrestrial civilization again). Of course, the AI doesn't like this at all and now wants to wipe out the people on earth - by letting the artificial moon crash into the earth (why it needs 12 years to do this remains a mystery, however).

    The plot is so far-fetched and devoid of any logic that you don't know whether you're watching a long-lost sequel to the Naked Gun film series. A space shuttle is taken out of the museum and of course it is completely functional - who would think of removing all the critical components before putting it on display? And there is no wear & tear either. Everything in perfect condition. And NASA apparently has lunar rockets on call at any time, ready to fly to the moon within a few days. And mission control is no longer needed these days either. Nowadays you simply jump into a shuttle that is attached to a rocket, turn the ignition key and off you go. Training is also unnecessary. Even the overweight, pill-popping nerd can fly along without any problems. And thanks to product placement, we now know that the shuttle's onboard computer is protected with Kaspersky software - this display also takes up half of the screen. After all, this is the most important information that astronauts need in space. Not thrust vectors and oxygen quantities. No, the information that Kaspersky virus protection is on board! Phishing emails sent to astronauts in space have no chance!

    And to add a little bit of emotion, a family story is of course woven into the plot. However, I couldn't have been less interested in a father-son relationship than in this film. No connection was established between the two. As a viewer, there was simply nothing to get excited about here. If this son had been killed by a lunar boulder, I wouldn't have cared in the least.

    Anyone who thought Armageddon was already over the top will be proven wrong with this film. Hollywood is showing once again that it is capable of making even more stupid films that defy physics and logic and that have even more infantile dialogue than anything you thought you had already seen.
  • pjcguy-963-677261 - 12 January 2023
    What the?
    Some people decided to take every space disaster movie plot and every space hero movie from The Last Starfighter to Independence Day and throw out as many tropes as humanly possible and hope some of them stick and turn them into a wild ride impossible to believe movie. As an adult, I was laughing out loud at many of the scenes and turn arounds, but at the same time, I could see how a twelve year old would totally enjoy this movie and never once question any of the situations. In this movie, every single important person is an altruistic hero. We still have some villains, but they don't count. So if I rated it as an adult on a scale of quality, acting, plot, script, etc., this movie would get a 1 star, but even if they intended to make an adult thriller space movie of quality which they failed at, they still created a good, attention grabbing, feel good movie for the family. The only quirk I noticed was the drug reference, but it was momentary.
  • orphyte - 31 December 2022
    Beyond stupid, plus tedious exposition
    A waste of everyone's time and money. Don't waste any portion of your life on this. You think it can't get more boring and absurd, but it does. Poorly conceived, terribly written, and laborious in pace, with some of the worst sound-editing and volume balance that you are likely to experience these days. This is a movie which puports to be all about mega- structures, but has little sensible structure of its own. Many space movies have plot holes, but this movie has a plot black hole, which sucks up any rationality whatsoever, leaving a vacuous, joyless void, ffevoid of even mindless spectacle and action. Avoid.
  • timetogetanewfence - 26 December 2022
    Average at best
    To the 8th grader who wrote the script for English class, you deserve the C+.

    Ticks every single stereotype boxes for a sci fi doomsday movie. The movie starts out strong enough but then just falls flat after about 30 minutes. It tries to do too much and cover too many "sci fi" cliches. The original premise gets lost in the wild ride the movie takes you on.

    CGI is decent. But again, do no expect much story wise.

    Credit to some of the actors who worked *well* enough with the content they were given.

    This is an okay enough movie to put on in the background and scroll through your phone at the same time.
  • acwellskthx - 11 December 2022
    Laughed so hard I bust something
    First let me say, this movie is @#%£!&. I mean it's BAD. So bad in fact that not only did I laugh until I couldn't breathe, but several times over the following two weeks I continued remembering particular scenes and wheezing with laughter again. It's slow to start, and gets progressively more bonkers as it continues. Top 5 of 2022, maybe all time.

    Warning: do not attempt to consume liquids while watching this film. My friend and I nearly choked. For the same reason I recommend against the usual bowl of popcorn.

    That said, despite the premise being so utterly ludicrous, the SFX team did NOT phone it in, and produced some truly outstanding pictures, albeit pictures of insanity.
  • jdticktalk - 30 November 2022
    Woke Nonsense
    This movie is actually an insult to science fiction.....mainly because there's no science......just woke ideological fiction.....and juvenile drama. As others have said.....they took ideas from other The Matrix......added their godless ideas of creation and reality.....added mindless dialogue and unrealistic CG action......and you end up with a headache! It's mind boggling how writers can be so uneducated about the creation of the universe and its celestial bodies.....and at the same time pretend to be intelligent and sophisticated! This is the problem we have today......big egos combined with limited knowledge and integrity.....everything old repackaged as new age!
  • earnheaven - 18 November 2022
    Great movie! I coulnd't stop watching ...
    Yea, yea ... there's allot of know-it-all's here in the reviews, but the movie was great. It took shortcut's, but it was understandable considering the time duration.

    The story was top-notch! Acting - very good! I like the idea of a Dyson sphere and this was the closest I've seen it in a movie. It was a lot of fun. The movie itself, when you just enjoy it and don't judge every little mistake, has a lot of sense.

    I think Marvel should take notes from the SCI stuff.

    For all the people who think about watching the movie, I encourage you to do so. Just do it on big screen, maybe with your other half ... and if you're high, well more fun for you! :D.