The story of a war between men and women in the 23rd century.



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Complete credited cast:
Olga Prokhorova ...
Alien Woman
Ken Lemaire ...
Admiral Hardman (as Ken LeMaire)
Denise McLeod ...
Captain XAXX
Angela Terry ...
Adrian Flowers
Mark Ciale ...
First Mate
Mark Terry ...
Bridge Officer
Mary Anne Transylvania Terry ...
Bridge Officer
Major Charlie Vault


The story of a war between men and women in the 23rd century.

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In the hope of being Stronger than everything the Universe can throw at you.








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1 September 1992 (Canada)  »

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Project: Genesis  »

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CAD 210,000 (estimated)

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In the closing credit cast list, which displays character and actor names in the same typestyle, the character names are shown on the left for the first three entries, then switch to the right for the rest. See more »


Referenced in Starhunter (2000) See more »


Written and Performed by Paul-Henry Dallaire
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Don't even bother...
1 September 2002 | by (Edmonton, Canada) – See all my reviews

Don't even bother watching this movie. It is a complete and utter waste of time. Here are my comments:

The plot: There isn't one, or at least I couldn't figure it out. Over half of the movie consists of a drunk guy babbling to the camera about... who knows. Apparently, this guy's "spaceship" crashes on a planet. Some people in another "spaceship" are doing something and at one point go and look for him. Meanwhile, the guy is on the planet doing nothing. A woman who is supposed to be an "alien" (but looks exactly like a human) suddenly shows up. An "alien", according to the movie, is a descendant of humans who uses a drug called horizon. For some reason, whenever she takes the drug, she starts doing tai chi. After a while it seemed like everyone in the movie was on horizon.

The acting: I've seen pre-school children do better. It was kind of funny watching the Admiral talk; the only thing missing was the set of cue cards he must have been reading.

The scenery: Probably filmed in an abandoned warehouse. The spaceship and computers were just sad -- the computer keyboard looked like a piece of cardboard with marbles glued on it.

The nudity: Often, with a bad sci-fi movie, the only reason you would watch it is for the nudity. Well, this movie even fails in that category. You see a whole five seconds of it, which is five seconds too much once you see what the woman looks like.

Summary: This movie seemed like an extremely bad episode of Red Dwarf, except Red Dwarf can actually be funny at times. At one point in the movie, the so-called Admiral asks someone, "Doesn't the music of the universe ever tire your brain?" I don't know about the universe, but the only way to watch this movie is to let your brain fall asleep.

Rating: 1 / 10

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