A group of heavily armed hijackers board a luxury ocean liner in the South Pacific Ocean to loot it, only to do battle with a series of large-sized, tentacled, man-eating sea creatures who have taken over the ship first.
Enigma, a federal agent, sets up a meeting with cronies of a crime boss by the name of Scarface. With him, Enigma carries a case, seemingly important to the boss. He claims to want to make a deal for the one and only, Batman.
Strange aliens land in the Midwest, taking over people's minds in order to spread their dominion. Sam Nivens and Andrew Nivens, aided by Mary Sefton, are part of a government agency who must stop the the aliens before the aliens get to them... Written by
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At the start of the film when the boys are trying to convince Mary to go inside the fake spaceship, Andrew Nivens says, "She balked at Pirates of the Caribbean." Both Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio, two of the films credited screenwriters, went on to write the "Pirates of the Caribbean," series of movies. See more »
After leaving the radio station, a possessed man goes through the windshield of the car, leaving a large, jagged hole. The next shot from inside the car shows an unbroken windshield. See more »
[After Sam rescues Andrew by shooting him]
I can't believe you shot me.
Well, what would you have done?
Oh, I'd have shot you, of course.
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If the book had been made into a three-hour film, it would have been excellent. They would have had time to do things right. As it is, they compact a wide-ranging tale set in the future into a dodgy action flick in the present day.
Do yourself a favour - read the book.
Donald Sutherland is too cool, though.
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