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This movie was actually a lot better than I imagined it would be. I am extremely critical of films, but for some odd reason, this one had a bit of this, a bit of that, and just enough something to make me watch watch it all the way through.
This was no better than a good B movie and far better than some network television shows people think are so awesome. Some actors were good, others need to go back to acting school...but Steve Weber anchored this movie just enough to make it watchable. Treat Williams also made it OK to watch as well. I was actually looking for it to be a bit longer.
The storyline could have been developed a bit more, but other than that, sci-fi buffs can sit through this one.
This movie has the making of a much longer mini-series, imo. Come on, who doesn't want to see Ms Cox run around om film?
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