Michael Bay directed this $150 million science fiction action thriller about an asteroid on a collision course with Earth, sending fireballs down on Manhattan, prompting a plan to split the asteroid into two sections before it arrives and causes human extinction. NASA executive director Dan Truman (Billy Bob Thornton) brings in the world's number-one oil driller, Harry S. Stamper (Bruce Willis), who assembles his team that is trained for the task. The group includes top crew hand A.J. Frost (Ben Affleck), who is involved in a relationship with Stamper's daughter Grace (Liv Tyler). With only days remaining, two shuttles head into space to drill 800 feet into the asteroid and nuke the rock. Back on Earth, as mini-asteroids pelt Paris and Shanghai, humanity hopes and prays for a successful mission.
This quick TV spot was originally posted to YouTube by Warwolf2008.
Orginally uploaded on YouTube by user Armageddon10thAnniv, this is the teaser trailer for the film.
Originally posted to YouTube by DistinguishedFlyer, this is Siskel & Ebert's review of the movie.
I forget who originally posted this to YouTube, but this is the music video for Aerosmith's soundtrack contribution "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing".