Buried beneath the sand is the answer to a mystery more dangerous than anyone could possibly understand. It's the perfect mission for a bunch of ragtag soldiers who don't know what they're doing anyway.
After the Halo event of 2552, there is a brief but violent period of civil war among the humans. Two armies on opposite sides of a canyon, the Reds and Blues, fight in the most worthless piece of real estate in the galaxy.
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Caboose, Grif, Simmons, and Tucker are miraculously saved by the New Republic of Chorus. They are told that their friends; Agent Washington, Sarge, Donut, and Lopez have been captured by the Federal Army, but things are not like they seem.
The Schedule is another low-budget movie outta Austin, Texas (there seem to be quite a few, what with Rodriguez coming from the area). The story line is decent, but at its heart, it's a special effects love story lacking in special effects. At times, the film is a bit too wordy. An explanation of the film's premise takes up maybe the first thirty minutes of the film, with updates about the set up of the premise every 10 minutes. Here are the rules of this narrative. Oh, yeah. Don't forget. Here are the rules again. The actors are decent, with a stand out performance from Sean Dugan as Dexter.
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