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Plot: A deadly category 7 storm wreaks havoc on the world. Meanwhile, kidnappers threaten to make matters even worse. Runtime: 169 mins Release Date: 06 Nov 2005
First of all --it is a television movie, so you have to give it some credit for all the special effects and story lines. It's nice to see some older TV personalities employed and working.I've seen a lot of comparisons to another movie that evidently Category 7 borrowed some scenes from. Well I didn't see that movie, so I wasn't disappointed by the footage in the slightest.It had a lot of action, drama, and several plot lines going on, which kept my interest. I was on the edge of my seat watching. As for Randy Quaid, it was enjoyable seeing him reprise his similar crazy <more>
Independence Role. It was funny the first time, and was definitely the comedy relief needed a second time--for this movie.Most of all, the whole family can watch it, enjoy it, and actually think about the whole synopsis behind it.
Consider this movie a lesson to all who share this planet (by rogerbleep)
For years movie studios have pushed out variations of blockbuster movies, For example, "Twister" hit the big screen and "Night of the Twisters" hit the family channel and "Tornado" hit can't remember which channel but I have to say that BOTH the cheaper produced movies far outweighed the so called block buster that was twister.As seen with the 3 war of the worlds movies released in the same year as each other, I feel the asylum productions release was a far better variation than the Spielberg release. It's the same as "Asteroids" far <more>
outweighed "Armageddon" and "deep impact" as well.It seams cheaper cast and cheaper budget provides for more "story" rather than fx, Which is generally a good start, less cgi and more plot, gets the point across, You can sell a movie with a few pretty faces and pack it with fx But it'll always lack a good plot.Category 7, was as good as Category 6 And their BOTH a Wake up call for are small insignificant little world Which where destroying slowly but surly. Well worth a watch, if you wish to see how the world's weather will evolve Which it already is : /Looking at previous comments I can but wonder about the future of our fair planet, I'm far from a Greenpeace or recycling fanatic But I can see how the worlds changing very fast to It's a shame others are blind to the environmental changes around us, From "The day After Tomorrow" and "Category 7" And everything on the current weather & news channels I can but wonder if the world is just blind or has gone insane.People don't worry about floods nor what comes with it, Australia is feared for spiders, but as the world heats up . They'll survive in your country, meaning boxes of fruit clearing customs will have a surprise inside that's still alive due to the climate and when the floods & heat come, piranha can swim pretty far, and will be able to live in such a climate, as for sharks : / lol when the ice caps melt which they are you'd be surprised what they'll bring. If these types of movies are not a wake up call, I don't no what is : /This movie isn't great but it does show you something, And it clearly makes its point, those who don't see it, need a wake up call....
This Movie is a Great movie to Watch with friends. It has amazing special FX and Extremely Entertaining. The Storyline is a bit low in interest but if you want to see great FX, This is the movie for you. I would like to say that you people who pick at movies like this. Pick at every little thing and don't try to even watch it are major pains for the movie industry. To get to the point, this movie also has great characters, and the actors themselves including Randy Q and Shannen D. As this movie had more viewers than any other miniseries that year of 2005, i think some of you who <more>
haven't seen this should give it a chance. I think that if you watch it with an open mind, you will really like it. Have fun!!!!!
How often do you see the statue of liberty get crushed by a giant wave, then its arm falls right on the main characters? THEN, you see the main characters alive for the second part of the mini series! Oh, and how can you not love a Shannon Doherty sighting? This is just one of those fun TV flicks that you have to be in the mood for.If you love death, destruction, unexplained weather patterns, Gina Gershon, and of course the Golden Globe Award Winning Randy Quaid, this movie is for you. I, personally did not sit down to watch this movie expecting anything but to be entertained, isn't that <more>
I see a lot of negative reviews for this movie, but I think, "Uh, all you armchair movie critics, CONSIDER THE CONTEXT!" What the heck do you expect? If the plot was fantastic with Emmy-award-winning actors, you'd be paying $10 for it at the theaters and it would have to be MUCH BETTER than "The Day After Tomorrow" to meet your outrageous expectations and criticism. It's kind of like when I rent "Crocodile 2" or "House of Wax." You know what you're getting. So be realistic. It's free remember. That said, here's my review on a <more>
MADE-FOR-TV disaster movie. Lighten up critics. It's just for fun. And it delivers... So far, I'm very impressed overall with Category 7: The End of the World. The best part is the special effects just keep coming and coming. It delivers even more than what you see in the ads, which is rare. You can't leave the room for a minute or you'll miss something great. Think "The Day After Tomorrow" only with more in-your-face effects and $4 saved on the rental. Pretty amazing for a made-for-TV film.They did a great casting job and the characters are all likable without giving you too much boring details into their lives. This isn't a tear-jerker "we're about to die and let me tell you how much I love you." It's just total destruction from one end of the globe to the other which keeps it entertaining and riveting. It opens with Cat 7 intensity and keeps the pace throughout. And the FX are top-notch. Nothing looks fake.Haven't seen the second half, but definitely looking forward to it.
This was the perfect DVD to watch on a Friday night after everybody else had gone to bed. Since I watched with headphones I got to really enjoy the sound effects.No, this was not LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT. If I'd wanted a serious drama I know just where to find them at the video store.The movie had Brilliant Scientists, Brave Pilots, Adorable Children, Amoral Politicians, Greedy Televangelists, Fearless Hurricane Chasers, Killer Frogs, Evil Kidnappers, and one Senator Who Places the Public Good above Personal Safety. Wow. And the character you'd most like to see fried by <more>
lightning in front of a large crowd does get fried by lightning in front of a large crowd.The characters you expect to live do live, the characters you expect to see die do die. And three nasty characters who richly deserve this ignoble fate are last see being sucked through the roof or doorway, their arms and legs waving wildly.Paris is destroyed heck, we're had at France anyway . Mount Rushmore is doomed. Not only is the Statue of Liberty destroyed: it's destroyed twice. At the beginning of the New York sequence we see news footage of tsunami waves smashing Lady Liberty, then just before the end of the New York scenes it's destroyed again and this time part of the statue flies inland and narrowly misses two characters. Oddly enough, the 'science' in this science-fiction scenario seems plausible to this old cowboy. Rising heat from cars and the generating of electricity in cities or, I guess, reflected off the roofs of mobile homes or sands of the Egyptian desert add extra power to these super storms. The idea that cutting the electric power to Washington D.C. can completely stop a storm in its tracks seems odd, but this isn't real life.This is a world where two sympathetic characters can see a full size mobile home lifted off the ground and fly toward the air toward them and survive because they're standing behind a light pole. You don't have to read that sentence again. It's just what it says. And a pilot flies from San Antonio to Washington D.C. in what I figure to be about twenty minutes.Remember the old Flash Gordon serials. Flash and Dale would be trapped in the pathway of a lava flow and then To Be Continued would flash on the screen. The next week would start with the narrative "After escaping from the lava flow, Flash and Dale continued their pursuit of Ming the Merciless," and the story would go on.Power poles completely deflect the impact of full size mobile homes. People walk, run, drive cars and hold conversations in a 200 mile per hour wind. This only proves my theory that movies are way better than real life.The special effects are pretty decent. This wasn't one of those $200 million projects. No shot is held long enough for us to see the seams in the special effects. The scene in Paris is especially well done, concentrating most of the action around the brilliant colors of a carnival at night. The flooding of New York is surprisingly convincing. There's one scene of a reporter standing in front of a destroyed building that doesn't look all that great- just shows you that holding a shot for too long lets people see too much.In the early part of the 20th century a lovely lady named Sally Rand was a sensation dancing nude carrying huge fans. She'd move them so quickly that nobody ever saw more than decency would allow. Her motto was The Hand Is Quicker than the Eye. That's what editing is about in modestly budgeted sci-fi movies.And there are three bonuses here.First, and most important, it's good to see key roles played by older actors. Randy Quaid is well into his fifties, and Tom Skerrit and Robert Wagner are both in their seventies although I think that Wagner has had lots of work done- Lord knows what he looks like at seven in the morning .Second, the story deals with some nice themes about the relationships between adult children and their parents.Best of all, the central character is the gorgeous and brilliant Director of FEMA, played by by Gina Gershon who survived playing the evil Crystal in SHOWGIRLS so nothing can daunt her. The idea of a smart person heading up FEMA is more science fiction than any other story element at play here.The movie lost two points because it's about an hour too long. The footage with the kidnapped children being chased after escaping their kidnappers runs way too long, as does a scene with a homicidal follower of the evangelists.Good popcorn movie. I can't wait for the sequel to come out on DVD>
Makes as much sense as Bush's guy. She did a better job, too. Amen, Chris...and what was the last hour like for you? Here we got 5 minutes of film and 10 minutes of ads...it seemed like that, anyway. For the last half hour, I kept track and I promise not to buy or use any of the products or services that I noted there-in. It was totally ridiculous! Yeah, the early voters ought to be tossed out. We know they didn't watch the whole thing. Shot their mouths off with insufficient information.The movie? Not too bad...I'd say 8 out of 10. I did have a problem with some of the <more>
weather/cloud SPFX...way fake. And the weather cleared up much too quickly when the power was shut off. Not to mention that this type of presentation always has to have a "message" tacked on at the end, just in case somebody didn't get it earlier...over-kill, I call it.
Pros of Category 7: Graphics/Special Effects EXCELLENT Cast: Gina Gershon, Shannen Doherty, Randy Quaid, Robert Wagner, Adam Rodriguez, Swoosie Kurtz, Tom Skerritt Multiple Locations Continuous Action Humor the flog segment Involves the Bible the frog plague Some Romance NO profanity Cons of Category 7 The church scenes Swoosie Kurtz The fly scenes. The reasons that I knocked off points: no earthquakes. The movie is very consistent without any major slow points. Hurricane Gustav inspired me to watch this movie. There was absolutely no gore in this movie. The whole rocket thing was a <more>