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Age of Tomorrow (2014)

Mankind must fight to survive as Earth is invaded by hostile UFOs bent on destroying the planet. As the epic battle wages on, astronauts sneak aboard the mothership where they discover a portal to the aliens' home world.

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Mankind must fight to survive as Earth is invaded by hostile UFOs bent on destroying the planet. As the epic battle wages on, astronauts sneak aboard the mothership where they discover a portal to the aliens' home world. They manage to alert Earth before they are brutally murdered. Left with no other choice, Earth sends an elite military team of science and combat specialists through the portal where they attempt to stop the invasion from the inside out. But is the battle already lost for humanity? Written by The Asylum

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Many people do not realize that this is an Asylum film. It is supposed to be a "mock-buster" of Edge of Tomorrow (2014). A mock buster has a similar plot and name from a real blockbuster and cashes in on the similar name. Asylum productions has released many of these mock busters just after the real films get released. See more »

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Gravity force in the asteroid seems to be the same as if they were on earth. See more »

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References The Muppet Show (1976) See more »

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Gets tiring very quickly
3 July 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There is worse than Age of Tomorrow from The Asylum, but with Age of Tomorrow still being pretty poor stuff that is not saying very much. Granted Kelly Hu looks great still and brings charming command to her role and Robert Piccardo also tries his best and is the most involved actor in the cast(this said this is another of quite a few cases where Piccardo's material is beneath him). The locations are cool and quite pretty and the space-suits compared to the rest of the production values are decent at least. Age of Tomorrow on the whole is a cheap looking movie however, the driving sequences look like little more than haphazardly edited stock footage, the entire movie looks gloomy, the editing is bacon-slicer like and the special effects are never great or even good, the best of them are merely okay but most of them are awful. The music is basically loud sluggish-in-tempo noise played constantly, in the more dramatic parts you really do wish that they toned it down a bit. The script rarely makes sense with exposition parts that are ham-fisted and explanatory ones that is largely suggestive of the writers having no idea what they were talking about and how to deliver it. Any snappy moments are anything but and everything else is completely emotionally flat. The story is a disaster in itself, it starts off reasonably amusing, but much of it is unintentionally with all the goofs and what stuff the movie throws at you, but this gets tiring very quickly, here we're talking about less than half-an-hour in. None of the subplots are interesting, the main plot was a good idea that was let down by a complete lack of tension or fun and the threat not being that threatening at all while the trying-to-find-daughter subplot is where the movie starts to slow down and when it slows down it does so painfully. Plus it ends on a very anti-climatic note. The movie is erratically paced, the action has no life and looks under-rehearsed, the direction shows little character or technical skill. With the cardboard and barely developed characters doing them no favours, with the exception of Hu and Piccardo, the acting is bad, some even looking and sounding like they were still trying to remember their lines which was laughable. Overall, for The Asylum Age of Tomorrow could have been worse but it is still poorly done and tiresome with a few things keeping it from being unwatchable. 3/10 Bethany Cox


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