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Watch: Moonfall is terrible but watchable – go figure!

A small team of astronauts and a misfit try to save the earth from destruction when a mysterious force changes the moon’s orbit and sends it on a collision course with our planet.

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The basic premise of the film is interesting, and the so-called mysterious force turns out to be something quite curious. Unfortunately, an appalling script, mediocre acting, and a ridiculous abandonment of any real scientific accuracy almost let down this story. What saves it are the special effects, and a surprising watchability which I think comes from the unintended comedy and mostly fast pace. It is worth watching, but I think you need to completely suspend any knowledge you have about physics, and treat this movie as a wild romp and perhaps even a sci-fi spoof. I suspect in time it will develop a cult following.

So how did I score it?

Acting  6/10

Story/Script   5/10

Cinematography   8/10

Set/Costumes    7/10

Entertainment  7 /10

That gives Moonfall an average of 

Average   6.6 / 10

MOONFALL

Starring: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, Kelly Yu, Donald Sutherland

Directed by: Roland Emmerich

Duration: 130 minutes

In Australian and New Zealand Cinemas February  2022

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