Finding itself invaded by a superior alien force in the year 2022, humanity's last hope lies with fighter pilot Michael Raynor who is hurled through a time warp back to the year 1992. Relentlessly hounded by a ruthless agent belonging to a super-secret government organization, Raynor learns he can affect the future and, with the help of scientist Karen McDonald, attempts to alert authorities to the upcoming alien threat. Written by
Doug Sederberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Many of the soldiers seen in the movie are actually members of the British Columbia Dragoons - an Army Reserve unit in Kelowna, BC Canada. See more »
The bolts of light from the weapons fired in space always seem to take pretty much the same time to move across the screen, no matter whether they're supposed to be moving a few hundred feet across the front of a space station, a few miles across a city, or several hundred miles from orbit to Earth's surface. See more »
It seems the move to disarm the world's nukes was actually orchestrated by aliens, and when the Earth is finally defenseless their massive fleet moves in and nukes the whole planet. A very novel concept made even more believable by a John Kerry type president working to bring down our own forces. Unnecessarily complicated by Mark Hamill's mission to go back in time to prevent the invasion, which explains the name. Subplot of military personnel trying to hack the launch codes to an undeclared cache of Russian nukes to repel the invaders was much more intriguing. The well-rounded sci-fi fan will be sure to ignore the less evolved reviews and watch this one.
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