Category 7: The End of the World

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Category 7: The End of the World

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"Category 7: The End of the World" picks up where "Category 6: Day of Destruction" left off. The city of Chicago has been destroyed by a monstrous storm and as the storm gathers strength, it threatens to ravage the rest of the world. A television evangelist and his wife prey on the nation’s fears by broadcasting warnings of biblical plagues. As his predictions come true, the mega-storm culminates in a record Category 7 superstorm over Washington, D.C.
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  • If those two storms collide over D.C., and D.C.'s thermal column interacts with the Mesophere, we're not talking Category 6. This is going to be a Category 7.

    6.0
    After seeing "Category 6" just a few days ago... what a disappointment.



    We have a new set of characters, whom you start to familiarize with only in the second part (who they are, names, family members, ideals, connections...)



    The plot is weaker. It dashes forwards, and the scenes just keep flying back and forth. I especially hated the camera work during the action (few seconds from here, few seconds from there) and strange, "artistic" decisions that really made the scene not better, but worse.



    It's also strange to me how a city-wide black out actually saved Washington DC when Chicago, in the previous part, was destroyed when it was powered out already. Maybe they explained it at some point and I didn't catch the difference, but that really seemed like a big inconsistency.



    The special effects were, if possible, worse. I can live with that in a movie like this, but when the general structure, plot, and acting were so much worse than in "Category 6", I was utterly disappointed.



    Not a total waste of time, but it feels so much worse next to its stronger prequel.moreless
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    New digital channels challenging cable

    Until recently, Pay Television has had a pretty good ride in the Australian television market.

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