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In the midst of a frantic evacuation effort in the hours preceding a predicted earthquake, True World Forces agent Weed (Stephen Baldwin) and his partner, Payne (David Rasche), must secure a bizarre alien spacecraft suspected to have crashed somewhere in The City.

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um, nevermind...
11 November 1999 | by See all my reviews

Have you read the other comment I made on this film? If so, then I apologize. I have since actually done some research on the director's professional history (I know, I know, you can stop snickering), and have discovered that some of my original assumptions were dead wrong. My biggest assumption was that this was his debut film.

Nope. Not even close.

In fact, he's been at the directorial helm many times, shelling out work ranging from mediocre to wonderfully bad time and time again.

<sigh!>

Well, it certainly discredits his "effort", but I still really like the movie. It's so much fun to watch! It gets even better after you've seen it twenty or thirty times.


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