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Laserhawk (1997)

PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 1997 (Canada)
Teenagers in a mid-west town discover that they are destined to fight off an alien invasion as the crew of a spacecraft of unknown origin. They are aided by a mysterious patient in a ... See full summary »

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Zach Raymond
Melissa Galianos ...
Cara (as Mélissa Galianos)
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M.K. Ultra aka Rodney Terence Stanko
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Bob Sheridan
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Col. Lewis Teagarden USAF (as Ivan Dale Rogers)
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Roach
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Frank Raymond - Zach's Father
Susan Almgren ...
Mrs. Raymond - Zach's Mother
Lila Feng ...
Anchorwoman
Chris Sedens ...
WBTI Ch. 2 Anchorman
Jill Deacon ...
Field Reporter
Marc Poulin ...
Dr. Duvalle
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Pretty Girl #1
Jessica Welch ...
Pretty Girl #2
Kelly Patterson ...
Pretty Girl #3
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Teenagers in a mid-west town discover that they are destined to fight off an alien invasion as the crew of a spacecraft of unknown origin. They are aided by a mysterious patient in a psychiatric hospital and a frenetic comic book artist. Written by Keith Loh <keith@mwg.com>

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Rated PG-13 for some language
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1997 (Canada)  »

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Ameaça Alienígena  »

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$7,000,000 (estimated)
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The character M.K. Ultra, comic book writer Rodney Terence Stanko's (Gordon Currie) pen-name, is taken from the code name for the famous 1950s CIA experiment MK-ULTRA where the CIA gave LSD to unsuspecting soldiers and civilians. See more »

Goofs

The military vehicles in the movie when they break onto the base, are definitly Canadian. The MP vehicle is an Iltis jeep, and the trucks they drive past (with the large windscreens) are HLVW trucks. See more »

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"Entirely shot in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu and Iberville, Québec, Canada, and Outer Space" See more »

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References The Dirty Dozen (1967) See more »

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Good Sci-Fi
10 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was the best movie I have found in the Wal-mart DVD for a $1 bin. I expected a lot worse and was pleasantly surprised. The effects were pretty good, the plot was okay, most of it believable for a sci-fi plot, the acting was very even. (Mark Hamill didn't look like the teacher in drama class around a bunch of beginners)I hadn't seen most of the actors before but they did a nice job. (Minus the parents)

Not sure why I never heard of this movie when it came out. I wasn't in the cave then. So pull that spare change out of your couch and take a take a ride on the wild side. It all will be worth it.

On a scale of 1 to ten I rate Last Starfighter a 10.5 and Megaforce a 2 (but still love it) so a 7 isn't all that bad.


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