Conclusion: Gregory Hines and Renée Soutendijk give Eve of Destruction a certain watchability that its otherwise rote presentation doesn't really offer. The film is fairly formulaic, but it does have a few nice set pieces, and it's fun to see a female android destroying things right and left, rather than the...
Conclusion: 'Eve of Destruction' is an easily forgotten little sci-fi film, but it's one that when looked at more closely, can develop some interesting themes and notions about matters that go far deeper than a guy with a gun chasing an out of control robot.
Conclusion: It’s a really weird situation here. The video and audio presentations definitely mark this up higher, but the lack of extras hampers it a tad. Since it’s merely an okay film, some form of extras may have helped.
Conclusion: Eve of Destruction comes up short even by low-end Disaster standards. The film is painfully slow, takes far too long to get to the good stuff, lacks a sense of urgency, and is awash in bland characters that it spends an excess amount of time developing for only minimal payoff.