Stonehenge Apocalypse

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  • PG-13
  • 2010
  • 1 hr 30 min
  • 4.1  (2,752)

Stonehenge Apocalypse is a science fiction disaster movie from 2010, directed by Paul Ziller, starring Misha Collins, Torri Higginson, and Peter Wingfield. The movie revolves around the global cataclysm that threatens humanity in the form of an ancient technology. In the opening scene, we see an archeologist, Dr. Jacob Glaser (played by Hill Harper), and his team uncover a strange device at Stonehenge, which emits an electromagnetic pulse, causing a massive earthquake that kills his team and destroys the entire site. Meanwhile, across the ocean, Charles "Chuck" Baker (played by Misha Collins), a brilliant but eccentric scientist working for the US government, discovers that the Earth's magnetic field is shifting, which leads to strange weather phenomena, including a massive heatwave in Russia that kills millions.

As Chuck investigates the cause of the magnetic anomaly, he crosses paths with Karen (played by Torri Higginson), a renegade archeologist who believes that the end of the world is near and that the key to its salvation lies in Stonehenge. She presents her theories to Chuck, explaining that the ancient technology they uncovered is a doomsday device that will trigger a global disaster if it's activated.

Chuck is initially skeptical of Karen's theory, but as they embark on a journey to investigate the mystery of Stonehenge and its connection to the magnetic anomalies, they uncover evidence that supports her claims. Meanwhile, Jacob Glaser, who survived the initial earthquake, is recruited by a shadowy organization that seeks to activate the Stonehenge device, believing that it will bring about a new era of human evolution.

The movie moves at a breakneck pace, with the tension building steadily as Chuck and Karen race against time to prevent the activation of the Stonehenge device while trying to unravel the mystery of its purpose. Along the way, they encounter both allies and enemies, including Jacob Glaser, who serves as the main villain of the story.

One of the strengths of the movie is the excellent performances by the lead actors. Misha Collins, who is best known for his role in the hit TV series "Supernatural," delivers a solid performance as the brilliant but socially awkward Chuck Baker. Torri Higginson, who played Dr. Elizabeth Weir in "Stargate Atlantis," shines as Karen, a tough-as-nails archeologist who doesn't compromise on her beliefs. Peter Wingfield, known for his work in "Highlander," plays the enigmatic Dr. John Trousdale, who provides a crucial piece of the puzzle.

The visual effects are impressive, particularly the scenes depicting the natural disasters that occur as a result of the magnetic anomalies. The filmmakers successfully create a sense of scale and urgency, as we see cities being destroyed by tsunamis, floods, and hurricanes. The cinematography is also excellent, with some stunning shots of the Stonehenge monument and the surrounding landscape.

Overall, Stonehenge Apocalypse is an entertaining and engaging disaster movie that delivers plenty of thrills and suspense. While the plot may not be entirely original, the strong performances by the lead actors, well-executed visual effects, and excellent cinematography make it an enjoyable ride. For fans of the disaster movie genre, Stonehenge Apocalypse is definitely worth a watch.

Stonehenge Apocalypse is a 2010 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.1.

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    4.1  (2,752)