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Spacejacked (1997)

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The cruise of the millenium just changed course.

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Rated R for sexuality, and for violence and language
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Complete Smeg
20 June 1999 | by (Ann Arbor, USA) – See all my reviews

It's not that the special effects are worse than the original star trek series, or that helmets switch position with each new shot, as this is clearly a no-budget movie. It's the absence of any storyline or actor whatsoever. The entire ship is contaminated with stereotypes, while the bad guy tries to extract money from them, by forcing them to give him their bank account passwords. When that fails, he uses a small machine which does the trick within 15 minutes, making you wonder why he staged the entire 'spacejacking' in the first place. In one scene, you can even see both doors of the airlock leading to the 'depressurized zone' standing open. Bah.

Rating: 1/10. Honestly, I have seen jars of paint looking more interesting than this.


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