The director of Independence Day, Roland Emmerich, stages another lavish disaster spectacular in Moonfall. The movie plays as a Cineworld Unlimited screening this February, so if you're in the mood to watch A-listers saving the world, you're in luck.
Patrick Wilson (Insidious), Halle Berry (John Wick 4) and John Bradley (Game of Thrones) play a disparate group of individuals who discover that the moon has been knocked off its axis. Given it's set to strike our planet in a matter of days, a do-or-die rescue mission is launched to re-establish the moon's correct orbit and save mankind – but they soon discover some surprising things about Earth's lunar neighbour.
Co-starring Michael Peña and Donald Sutherland, Moonfall is reportedly one of the most expensive independent movies of all time, costing $140 million. But then we'd expect that from Emmerich, the man who transformed the obliteration of the White House into one of the most famous blockbuster images of all time.
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