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The Day The World Ended

TV Movie

Country: USA

Genre: Sci-Fi, Thriller



Horror film finds a killer alien, who is just misunderstood, devouring people. A school psychologist investigates the death of a student's mother and finds the boy believes he is the son of the being. His earthling father is also a doctor who has the boy in his care and holds that it is all in the boy's imagination.


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9 member reviews/ratings for this Movie

Average Rating: Blue StarBlue StarBlue StarBlue StarBlue Star (5.44 / 10)

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A very poor attempt.I liked Bobby but do not think he did his best.

Don't Bother My Movie Rating: Red Star 1 / 10
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Bobby Edner and Randy Quaid were great in this thriller

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Bobby Edner - who he? I had never seen or heard of this boy actor before seeing this film directed by an Englishman, Terence Gross. I thought Edner played his part well and, yes, the alien was a bit daft. I wondered if the ending was making way for a sequel.

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Bobby is the only reason I watched this poor excuse for a movie, I give the 5/10 to Bobby, if it wasn't for his performance, I'd given it a 1/10 and pushed the "Don't Bother" button!

My Movie Rating: Red StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed Star 5 / 10
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Bobby Edner did a great job in here. I loved the way he projected his character's emotional confusion and how he dealt with his apparent alien heritage. How stirring is the scene when the alien monster approaches him by leaving a path of destruction and death behind it and young Bobby shyly whispers "Dad?" towards the creature? That's awesome.

Despite a rather fine cast, the entire movie was an apparent cheap production and - to be very honest - the alien was a real shame. That's what happens to low-budget productions trying to create something beyond their financial capacity. The characters were shallow most of the time and the story did not develop in a too sophisticated manner. However, I liked the movie as a whole due to a) Bobby Edner, who just aced a very difficult and emotionally ambiguous role and b) the story, which had its good basic approaches nicely delivered and was interesting to follow. I'll award it with a 7 due to my personal preferences, though it normally is not to be rated above a solid 6.

My Movie Rating: Red StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed StarRed Star 7 / 10
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