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Yep, it's another shot-in-Canada disaster flick, produced by the SyFy Channel and replete with absolutely terrible CGI effects and little else besides. Even by the standards of the sub-genre this is a lousy flick with very few redeeming qualities to recommend it.
The story sees an archaeologist and a scientist team up when the world starts being destroyed by earthquakes after the 2012 Mayan prophecy. Luckily, they have a videotape borrowed from a psychic guy who predicted all of the events before his death. They go on the run with a mysterious artifact that may somehow save mankind, all the while pursued by aggressive soldiers who want to see them dead.
And that's all the plot you're going to get with this one, because DOOMSDAY PROPHECY is a low budget film indeed. There are a few CGI effects scattered through the production, typically involving earthquakes tearing the ground apart, but for the most part this is an interminable chase flick with a couple of dull characters being stalked through the woods by boring villains. Alan Dale, aka NEIGHBOURS's Jim Robinson, is the only guy I recognised in this mess and his role is a very limited one. Next please.
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