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Space Marines (1996)

R | | Action, Sci-Fi | 28 July 1996 (USA)
Space pirates, led by diabolical Colonel Fraser, take over a cargo ship carrying anti-matter explosive and an important official. Space marines, led by Captain Gray, must stop their evil plans.

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Zack Delano
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Dar Mullins
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Col. Fraser
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Capt. Gray
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Cmdr. Lasser
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Tex
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Hologram
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Gunther
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Hot Rod
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Rudy
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Hacker
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Lucky
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Ambassador Nakamura
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Vice Minister Adams
Sean Hennigan ...
Chuck
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Space pirates, led by diabolical Colonel Fraser, take over a cargo ship carrying anti-matter explosive and an important official. Space marines, led by Captain Gray, must stop their evil plans.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Eidiki omada krousis  »

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The futuristic looking assault vehicle used by the marines is in fact a somewhat modified Alvis Stalwart: a British amphibious truck of 1950s vintage. See more »

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Funny!
14 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

It's predictable, and not very realistic, but the stereotypes are so clear it's actually funny to watch!

Not in the same class as the Pink Panther films with Peter Sellers, but at least in the same category.

The bad guy seems to be a rip-off from a James Bond movie or something, but not as convincing.

One thing that surprises is that the film is rated for viewers 18 and up.

In all, a fine film to reset your brain with after a week full of ugly work, but nothing more.


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