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Interceptor Force 2 (2002)

In the not too distant future a new team of specially trained government soldiers called an Interception Team contend with the latest hostile alien encounter. When an alien scout ship ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Nathan McCallister (as Roger R. Cross)
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Dawn DeSilvia
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Adriana Sikes
Alex Jolig ...
Bjorn Hatch
Eve Scheer ...
The Woman
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Jack Bavaro
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Jenkins
Hristo Shopov ...
Gorshkov
Vladimir Kolev ...
First Officer
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Burly (as Maxim Guenchev)
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Rebel Leader
Georgio Borissov ...
Dimitrii (as Georgi Borissov)
Georgi Ivanov ...
Sergey (as Georgi Hristo Ivanov)
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The President (voice)
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Storyline

In the not too distant future a new team of specially trained government soldiers called an Interception Team contend with the latest hostile alien encounter. When an alien scout ship crashes in eastern Russia, Sean Lambert and his elite force are dispatched to investigate. They come face-to-face with a seemingly invincible seven-foot tall, shape shifting foe hell-bent on blowing up a Russian nuclear power plant in an effort to destroy mankind through a nuclear winter. The stakes become personal when the alien discovers it was Lambert who killed its mate four years ago (Interceptor Force). A major battle ensues as the Interceptor Team look to save the Earth from alien annihilation. Written by Matt Huston

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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30 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Alpha Force  »

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Trivia

The "bullet time" shots were actually a result of an artist modeling the brightly colored hallways in CGI to make some of the work easier. The interactive nature of the CGI hallway inspired the artists to create their own "bullet time" camera moves. See more »

Quotes

Dawn DeSilvia: Ten warheads, one megaton yield each, plus forty-eight unshielded uranium fuel rods in the tank... Oh, my God.
Lt. Sean Lambert: That's a serious explosion
Dawn DeSilvia: No, Sean. That's Nuclear Doomsday.
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Crazy Credits

After the end credits, the alien in the movie runs toward the camera and the UFO logo is shown. See more »

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Spin-off Phantom Force (2004) See more »

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Good fun
26 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

My brother picked this one up from a bargain bin based on its horrific DVD cover and the film delivered. Horrific CGI even for 2002, bad acting, horrific script, plot holes, full of errors, everything you'd expect from a TV movie sequel and it was a lot of fun. Only an idiot would go into this film expecting a multiple award winning, summer blockbuster of the year. If you are able to not take this film seriously, you have an entertaining Thing/Terminator 2 esque (in the loosest sense) sci-fi flick full of great action sequences and classic clichés. Recommended for fans of 80s/90s action films and Roger Corman's work.


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