Captured by the Alien Task Force, ALF was rescued by two officers who found out that the project shall be canceled - and also ALF.

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Dexter Moyers
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Capt. Rick Mullican
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Maj. Melissa Hill
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2nd Lt. Harold Reese
Beverly Archer ...
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Dr. Stanley
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Gen. Myron Stone
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Police Officer (as Gregalan Williams)
Liz Coke ...
Nina
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Dr. Mockton
Dennis Creaghan ...
Nigel Neville
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Dr. Newman
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Rocket (voice)
Michael D. Weatherred ...
Murphy (as Michael Weatherred)
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Sgt. Rhomboid
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Six years ago, the space alien, ALF, was on his way back to his new home...When the Alien Task Force finally caught him. Now, the story continues to where the series ended. ALF is now protected by the Alien Task Force, but the leader wants to terminate ALF. So two officers decide to save ALF by taking ALF away from him. But the man the officers took ALF to wants to finally reveal ALF to the world. Which leads him to more danger... Written by Jason Mechalek

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Call the government! Alert the media! Hide the cat! Alf's back!

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Comedy | Sci-Fi | Family

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17 February 1996 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

ALF: La película  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The Tanner family's absence was explained as the government relocating them to Iceland. See more »

Goofs

Mullican says "6 of his 7 stomachs must be full" but according to the TV show Alf has 8 stomachs. See more »

Quotes

[Mullican and Hill have kidnapped ALF and put him in a mail bag]
Dr. Mullican: Don't look now, the mail's awake.
ALF: What's going on? Oh, wait, now I remember, I'm being kidnapped by humans. There's a switch.
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References The Dukes of Hazzard (1979) See more »

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Don't take it seriously & it's great
24 October 2001 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Years after the TV series Alf is being held in a military base undergoing a series of tests. The fate of Alf comes up before committee with Milfoil (Martin Sheen), Mulican (O'Leary) and Hill (Daggett) debating his future. Milfoil wants Alf incinerated Hill and Mulican want him to have human rights. Mulican decides to take matters into his own hands forcing the others to smuggle him out of the base and go on the run.

The film is not a work of art and is basically a silly excuse for laughs. And it is funny - a lot more than you'd think. The whole film plays with it's tongue in it's cheek - it knows not to take itself seriously. Alf may not be everyone's cup of tea but he is generally funny with his wise cracking - although several moments aren't funny and he can get quite annoying at times. The humans all play their parts well - Martin Sheen hams it up well and gets some good laughs while O'Leary and Daggett play their roles as Alf's straightmen well - and it's always good to see Miguel Ferrer (playing Dexter Moyers) as a bad guy in another small film! Special mention for Rocket the sarcastic robot who wins many of the laughs towards the end.

The plot may not be up to much but at least it tries - it has some twists that are obvious from the start, but that's not really what this is about. Everything about this is a setup for Alf to make jokes and wise cracks, and in that respect it does pretty well. Good support from Sheen, O'Leary and Daggett help along the way - Sheen in particular getting good laughs.

Word of warning - if you're not in the mood for Alf then don't watch this, wait until you want to laugh at silly jokes and then you'll like this.


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