10.5

10.5

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Director: John J. Lafia

Cast: John J. Lafia, Kim Delaney, Beau Bridges, Fred Ward

     
 
Originally produced as a miniseries for NBC, 10.5 is a disaster film that wonders what might happen if the Western United States is ever ravaged by unprecedented earthquakes. After one quake wreaks havoc on Seattle, another strikes California, this one worse than the first. With scientists speculating that an earthquake registering 10.5 on the Richter scale

Overview

Originally produced as a miniseries for NBC, 10.5 is a disaster film that wonders what might happen if the Western United States is ever ravaged by unprecedented earthquakes. After one quake wreaks havoc on Seattle, another strikes California, this one worse than the first. With scientists speculating that an earthquake registering 10.5 on the Richter scale could be next, the U.S. president (Beau Bridges) enlists the help of a seismologist (Kim Delaney) to somehow formulate a plan to prevent the deaths of millions of people. This film aired under the title Earthquake: 10.5 in the U.K.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/24/2004
UPC:
0707729162926
Original Release:
2004
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
2:45:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Full-frame version; 2.0 Dolby Stereo; Scene selections; English closed captioning

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kim Delaney Dr. Samantha Hill
Beau Bridges President Paul Hollister
Fred Ward Roy Nolan
David Cubitt Dr. Jordan Fisher
Dulé Hill Owen Hunter
Ivan Sergei Zach Nolan
John Schneider Clark Williams
Kaley Cuoco Amanda Williams
Rebecca Jenkins Gov. Carla Williams

Technical Credits
John J. Lafia Director,Screenwriter
Howard Braunstein Executive Producer
Don Brochu Editor
Christopher Canaan Screenwriter
Ronnie Christensen Screenwriter
David Fischer Production Designer
David Foreman Cinematographer
Lee Holdridge Score Composer
Michael Jaffe Executive Producer
Michael Knue Editor
Molly Lopata Casting
Gregory Mah Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Pearl Executive Producer
Lisa Richardson Producer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Spaceneedle Collapse [7:00]
2. World of Hurt [1:27]
3. Camping Trip [1:47]
4. My People Come First [1:22]
5. Too Focused [1:29]
6. Worse Than I Thought [4:14]
7. 8.5 Aftershock? [2:55]
8. Missing Train [5:01]
9. Get Me Nolan! [2:32]
10. State of Emergency [3:41]
11. Let's Get to Work [2:40]
12. Undiscovered Superfault [3:18]
13. Where's Browning? [5:46]
14. Rescue Mission [4:26]
15. Going to Redding [2:35]
16. End of the Road [2:50]
17. Quicksand [4:21]
18. Ruptured Gas Pockets [3:58]
19. One Step at a Time [3:07]
20. San Francisco's Next [3:19]
21. It's a 9.2 [5:57]
22. Chain Reaction [6:24]
23. Mr. President [3:51]
24. West Coast Evacuation [5:04]
25. Worst Case Scenario [4:04]
26. One Down [7:02]
27. She's Alive! [1:26]
28. Fully Deployed [2:22]
29. Halfway Home [1:57]
30. Got Room for Two? [2:29]
31. Spectacular Site [2:22]
32. Make it Bigger [2:23]
33. Evacuation Center [7:02]
34. Can't Save Everyone [3:11]
35. You Made It [2:13]
36. We Lost the Warhead [2:47]
37. Long Shot [5:36]
38. It's Your Father [3:15]
39. Warheads Are Armed [3:28]
40. I Need 24 Hours [6:06]
41. This Is It! [5:27]
42. Tent City in Danger [3:34]
43. 10.5! [4:46]
44. Credits [2:03]

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10.5 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Someone tell the director, that a little jiggle is good...a lot brings on the vomit rocket. Beside that, the movie is sickening.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Too many sub-plots, too many predictable events, including the stuck bomb, heroic death, just in time stop, ad nauseam... And what asthmatic doesn't carry their inhaler in their pocket?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago