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Target Earth (1998)

A young girl returns home after being abducted - and that's pretty much the story! This flick is filled with all sorts of sci-fi surprises - big implants, an FBI investigation and a ... See full summary »

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Janell McLeod ...
Mrs. Darlington
John R. Copeman ...
Paul Jackson
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Raymond
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Agent Vincent Naples, FBI
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Det. Sam Adams
Eric Paskel ...
Chip Harley
Cheryl Ryan ...
Mrs. Lippman
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Mr. Lippman
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Karen Mackaphe
Courtney Allen Crumpler ...
Tammy Mackaphe, Karen's Daughter
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Sheriff Maxwell Pierce
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Dep. Madeline Chandler
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Senator Ben Arnold, Sam's Uncle
Stephani Victor ...
Carrie
John Phillip ...
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A young girl returns home after being abducted - and that's pretty much the story! This flick is filled with all sorts of sci-fi surprises - big implants, an FBI investigation and a possible alien part. The aliens want to take over Earth by activating hidden technology inside breast implants at a particular time in a coordinated attack, using guided sonar sound to give the population mass constipation so nobody can resist the invasion. But there's a catch. Some people are deaf. Written by Glenn Derpwiler

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Menschen sind verschwunden... Seltsame Dinge sind geschehen... Ein sechsjähriger Junge hat eine Nachricht, die die Menschheit retten kann...(German DVD) (People have disappeared ... Strange things are happening ... A six year old girl has a message that can save humanity...)

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5 February 1998 (USA)  »

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Taken Away  »

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Commander Fauk says that his civilisation is 200 light-years more advanced than that on Earth, yet a light-year is actually a measure of distance. See more »

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Complete rubbish
4 April 2002 | by See all my reviews

I've seen many terrible tv-movies, but this one's probably the worst so far. I just cannot say one good thing about this movie; I'd rather watch tv-shop for two hours than this one again.

Should you still choose to watch it, remember you were warned.


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