T. Baltimore | St. Louis, MO United States | 02/01/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was hilarious. My husband and I had a great time making fun of the absolutely horrible special effects (reminiscent of the old Power Ranger shows). The acting was so bad it was funny but truly, the special effects were what truly made the movie entertaining. It's only worth watching if you have a warped sense of humor like we do. It was seriously so bad it was funny."
It ok, but nothing great
M. E. Newell | Georgia, United States | 01/17/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"We start in the hills of West Virginia where Charley "Boomer" Baxter (Eriq LaSalle) is blasting a mountain. By accident, Baxter set off a masssive earthquake that is felt as away as Washington D.C. were Dr. Amy Lane (Brittany Mruhpyy)is with her fmaily. Within a giant Megafault is created that is racing across the country, leaving death in it wake. With the help of Dr. Mark Rhodes (Bruce Davidson) and serect miltary weapon that came create earthquakes, Lane and Baxter race to the stop the megafualt before it hits Califoria.
"Megafualt" is not a great movie but really not that bad. The writers have all the usual things that you expect to. One person that is right while everyone else is wrong, cute kid, the one character that you know will be dead before it over, the miltary that is either the cause of the problem or has the secret weapon to save the day. Overall Megafault is the type of movie that Syfy puts out and you may just want to rent it instead of buying it."
Just Missed it's Mark...
Gregory Dwyer | 11/16/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Megafault just misses as a sci-fi classic. Great concept! Awesome acting done by big names who really want to stretch their Hollywood-homogonized wings. Murphy and La Salle will probably be on board for the sequel...but really watch for the RV scene, where the driver, I think his name is Gil, runs with the script in his pocket. That will be a Trivial Pursuit question...you're welcome."