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Genres: Adventure , Fantasy , Horror
Actors: Cliff De Young , Dale Midkiff , Ami Dolenz , Danae Nason , Joshua Lee , Sara Tomko , Caroline Amiguet , Shirley Raun , Louis Graham , Jonathan Nation , Mark Hengst , Gilberto Canto , Omar Mora , Wil Omar Sanchez , Jason S. Gray
Director: Nick Everhart
Country: United States
Year: 2008
IMDB Rating: 1.9/10 (4910 votes)

On December 21, 2012 four strangers on a journey of faith are drawn to an ancient temple in the heart of Mexico. For the Mayans it is the last recorded day. For NASA scientists it is a cataclysmic polar shift. For the rest of us, it is Doomsday.

Film Review

I'm fond of movies that are quite poorly done. Especially the low-budget ones, such as this near-gem. The special effects of the ground cracking open were fine. However, those of snow falling on the Mexican forest while the temperature also fell and fell were unusually terrible. Not only didn't the snow cling to leaves, but it didn't even melt on them. Nor did below-freezing temperatures affect the vegetation itself. I'm too old to have any more kids, but were I to have a son I'd name him Stock Footage — in the same spirit as Rip Torn. There was a fair amount of that, too. And the acting was at best so-so. So, ordinarily I'd give this the IMDb equivalent of a C-. However, 2012 Doomsday supposedly is a Christian movie. It tries to combine Christianity with the supposed expiration of the Mayan calendar cycle next December. It teaches that the Last Judgment can be diverted, postponed. It teaches other things that Jesus warned Christians of in Matthew 7:15-…

Too bad it was just the bug-eyed, religiously delusional old lady that got raptured out of this film. I wish the entire cast, crew, director, and especially the scriptwriters had been raptured to high heaven before this dreck was produced. Then the rest of us unfortunate souls left behind wouldn't have had to endure this theological, cinematic insult. The acting is wincingly bad. The dialogue painfully wooden. I'm trying to remember a movie worse than this but I just can't. My favorite part: in the climactic scene, with Doomsday seemingly near at hand, we see the pregnant "Wakanna" being led up the steps of the temple to give birth to some new savior who will lead us all back to God. The dude helping her says, not once, but twice,"Watch your step."

The movie is made by Faith Films (, which specializes in making films that contain people of faith. The cover of the DVD is deceptive: my DVD cover is different from the one showed on this page, but shows a tsunami hitting Seattle, which is in no way even remotely depicted in the movie. It is not an action file, fantasy, or horror film as categorized on this page. It should be categorized as a Christian theme movie with a minor background based on a poorly fabricated pseudo-science disaster. If the executives at Faith Films had an sense of morality, they would clearly label the movie as a "Christian family film with religious themes" instead of relying on deception to sell DVDs.The movie has long, repeated lectures about God and repeated scenes in which characters describe why they are feel the need to act on faith instead of doing the obviously correct thing.SPOILER ALERT (AS IF THE MOVIE COULD BE MADE WORSE BY A SPOILER)The movie further insults the viewer by…