The film itselfEdit
- This film was just an attempt to cash in on the disaster film genre, which was popular at the time because of the success of the 2009 film "2012."
- The film was just an excuse for SNT to make money.
- The film got a sequel.
Beginning of the filmEdit
- The way the movie begins doesn't fit with the rest of the film.
- The airport seen in the film is NOT John F. Kennedy International Airport, it's Silverio land's airport.
- The subtitle John F. Kennedy International Airport has International spelled as Internatianol. Makes no sense.
- This goof has been fixed in later airings of the film, as well as the DVD and Blu-ray versions.
- Why does this scene even exist?!
- We dedicate the first 5 minutes to a character named Emma, whom we'll never see again until Season 5 of the television series!
The LA TsunamiEdit
- A 9.3 earthquake is too weak for a giant 60 foot wave to appear.
- This is what the film should have began with, introducing the characters Mocon, Yoshen, The Society, et cetera.
- Eastern Brokenhall is not earthquake country, it's California for crying out loud. Plus, tsunamis don't happen often.
- The scene where the tsunami hits Santa Monica is extremely unrealistic, with many people drowning.
- Rushed cheap unreliable special effects.
- The way Yoshen and Mocon barely survived (by slamming the door shut in the maintenance room inside the tunnel) is impractical in real life.
- The method The Society used to flee the tsunami (by driving away from it) would have been impossible, as there would be traffic jams going the same direction as them.
- The earthquake scale (8.3) is impossible in Las Vegas.
- The sounds of people screaming is a single audio track looping over and over again. It's very annoying.
- Bad special effects.
- The way the Wynn is destroyed is very sloppy.
- The way Las Vegas is destroyed is unrealistic.
- It is impossible for tornadoes to occur in the Philippines, as the country has a tropical climate.
- The way the city decides to evacuate (by making everyone flee the city) is impractical in real life, as too many people are trying to escape.
- The filmmakers should have known that from the tsunami scene.
- It is impossible for an escalator to fall down due to too many people trying to get on.
- The way Harua tries to escape (by plane) would have been too dangerous.
- It is impossible for a force field to generate tornadoes.
Theme Park TornadoEdit
- If the force field went to Florida, shouldn't have it come from the west instead of the east, as the map in the Society's room portrayed?
- The Tornado Twisters has Twisters misspelled as Twsters (they made the same mistake in the TV series)
- The park would have already been evacuated if a tornado was coming close to Disney World.
- The way the tornado spawns inside the park is rushed terrible special effects.
- It is impossible for a tornado to form out of another tornado.
- You can't destroy a tornado. It's as simple as that.
Massive Evacuation of the WorldEdit
- You can't evacuate the entire world. It's impossible.
Too Many DisastersEdit
- Since this is happening in Summer 2010 (the time the film was released), the 2010 Winter Olympics would have already happened by this point, and would have not been cancelled.
- It is impossible for Mount Kiluaea to turn into a destructive volcano and sink the entire Hawaiian islands.
- It is impossible for Yellowstone to be obliterated by constant volcanic eruptions.
- Remember when the tsunami that destroyed LA is now headed for China? Guess what. THAT CANNOT HAPPEN because Venkeru Island would be in the path of the tsunami. As a result, Metroworld would be hit in the tsunami, and the tsunami would never reach China.
- Disney Studios would have been closed because of the disasters.
The fate of ParisEdit
- A tornado cannot destroy the Eiffel Tower.
- This scene is a parody of the Eiffel Tower scene from Planet Silverio Attacks!, which was released the previous year in 2009.
- Emma is killed in the disaster. It's sad because we never get to see her again, she's just a minor character.
- This scene is a spoof of the asteroid scene from End Day.
- The asteroid would have been too big for The Society to destroy. But due to their dumbness, they decide to send a probe to intercept and destroy the asteroid, only for the probe to malfunction and be destroyed by the asteroid, causing it to break up into a whole bunch of pieces and creating chaos! WHOSE IDEA WAS THIS?! THE PROBE'S DESTRUCTION WAS INEVITABLE, SO WHAT'S THE POINT OF DOING THIS?! TO FILL IN 6 MINUTES IN THE FILM'S RUNTIME!
- It would have been too dangerous for a probe to be sent to intercept the asteroid.
- The school would have been evacuated if a meteor was going to impact near Santa Clarita.
- HOW THE HECK ARE METEORS SUPPOSED TO LOOK LIKE SHOOTING STARS?!
- WHAT'S THE POINT OF PUTTING A COWBOY IN THIS SCENE?! ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
- Evans Hall would have been destroyed by the incoming asteroid attack.
- The scene where the asteroid hits the San Fernando Valley is a spoof of the nuclear nightmare scene from "Terminator 2: Judgement Day."
- We never get to see what happens to the characters after the asteroid impact. Instead, all we get is the credits.
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