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This 2012 eco-thriller is built around a weather forecast that would ruin any­one’s hol­i­day week­end: The pow­er­ful jet stream, which nor­mally shifts weather sys­tems as it blows far above the Earth, is about to drop to ground level. A sci­en­tist and a weath­er­man des­per­ately try to change the course of the con­verg­ing jet streams that threaten to de­stroy the planet. David Chokachi, Ruth Kear­ney, Steven Hart­ley and Don Michael Paul star. “Monty Python’s Spa­malot” in­di­cates this mu­si­cal-com­edy se­ries’ ap­proach. With a score by Os­car-win­ning com­poser Alan Menken (“Aladdin”) and lyri­cist Glenn Slater (“Tan­gled”), the saga fol­lows hero Gala­vant’s (Joshua Sasse) quest to even the score with King Richard (“Psych” alum Ti­mothy Omund­son), who stole his true love (Mal­lory Jansen). Vin­nie Jones also stars in the “Pi­lot.”

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