A group of scientists are trying to produce the perfect soldier by cloning. The day the clone is born, Marty Stillwater, a mystery novel writer, feels that something strange is going on ... See full summary »
Two hundred years after Mary Shelley's novel the brilliant but mad Doctor has sustained his creature and himself over two centuries through genetic experimentation. In present-day America ... See full summary »
Bobby Mahon is an actor playing a notorious serial killer on prime-time television. The show becomes a hit, which encourages the real-life murderer on whom it's based, to go on a spree to make it on screen.
In the desert outside Cactus Gulch, Arizona, Buzzard and Betty Jean Wall live in a trailer decorated in Hawaiian themes. Betty's trying to get pregnant. Buzz wants to market "Cammo," a sun ... See full summary »
A group of scientists are trying to produce the perfect soldier by cloning. The day the clone is born, Marty Stillwater, a mystery novel writer, feels that something strange is going on inside his body and mind. Seven years later, Marty discovers that his double has his same physical appearance but has the personality of a murderer. Written by
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Was originally in development as a feature film, with Bruce Willis attached to play Marty Stillwater. See more »
Marty's keyboard loses its letters. When Alfie is trying to write at Marty's computer, the keyboard has normal markings on the keys. When Marty returns and sees the blood on the keyboard, the key caps are all blank. See more »
For this should be the title for this bad made for TV movie adapted from a novel by Dean Koontz. Stephen Baldwin stars along with Thomas Hayden Church, both gentlemen of whose work I like. But this is not one of them. I was embarrassed for them both to appear in this loser. First of all it just dragged on and on and on. Four hours to be exact plus commercials. Awful. To put these two good actors through the pace of this was cruel. Didn't they know they were doing a bad film? Then add the distinguished James Coburn and the likes of Julie Warner and that cinched it for me. All of the actors have great bodies of work in the career. Why this one? It seemed that both Baldwin characters were as stupid and vacant as the other. There was no difference. And what's with the blonde hair? Don't recall Baldwin ever being a blonde. For effect? There wasn't an ounce of compassion in any of the characters. Possibly Warner at times, but then she was confused as we all were as to who was who. Come on, a wife can tell her husband from a phony. No sympathy there. All the actors had one expression on their faces. Confusion. I wonder did they know what was happening? Oh, well I suppose I have to give this a 2 star just in respect of the work I know the cast can really do with good scripts and good direction.
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