REVIEW | 51 Degrees North




‘As you read this, an asteroid is heading for Earth. Somewhere out there in the blackness of the cosmos, a miles-long slab of primordial rock is hurtling at thousands of miles an hour toward our tiny blue planet, threatening to destroy life as we know it in a few moments after impact. This sounds terrifying in real life, but hugely exciting as the premise of a movie – as box office behemoths Armageddon and Deep Impact prove. But that could never really happen. Could it?’

Read at Flickreel.

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Freelance film critic.


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Gary Green: Freelance film critic.

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