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Kraa! The Sea Monster (1998)

PG | | Sci-Fi | 7 July 1998 (USA)
Planet Patrol agent Mogyar allies with humans to stop the plans of Lord Doom when Kraa attacks the Earth.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Guerin ...
Lord Doom
Jerry Lentz ...
Lord Doom (voice)
...
Chamberlain
R.L. McMurry ...
Bobby Machek
...
Alma James
Robert Garcia ...
Captain Ruric
Robert J. Ferrelli ...
Monroe
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Team Leader
Jeffery Meyer ...
Team Member
Leon W. Grant ...
Wheeler
David Wall ...
Landerson
Deborah Hatch ...
Scientist
...
Captain Ruric (as Coltin Scott)
Candida Tolentino ...
Lt. Able
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Lord Doom, evil master of Proyas, the Dark Planet, sends Kraa the Sea Monster to Earth as part of his plan to dominate the galaxy. To keep the meddling hands of the Planet Patrol out of his scheme, he incapacitates their nearby space station. Fortunately, the alien agent Mogyar is on hand to land on Earth to stop the giant sea-beast. Accidentally landing in New Jersey rather than Italy (where scientists could have helped Mogyar build a weapon to stop Kraa), Mogyar must overcome his stereotypical Italian accent and strange appearance in order to ally with nearby humans to save the day. Written by Chris Holland <chris@stomptokyo.com>

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Rated PG for mild monster violence and language | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Film debut of Stephen Martines. See more »

Quotes

Alma James: What are you, some kind of big brain or something?
Bobby Machek: Yeah. Big brain, big hair, big gut... big everything.
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Connections

Spin-off Planet Patrol (1999) See more »

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My Lady Country
Written by Carl Dante
Performed by Roadkill
Copyright Intamusic Publishing
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Kraa for Help...
18 December 2008 | by (Oxford, England) – See all my reviews

Quite exceptional homage to the old Japanese Godzilla and Killer Beast style movies this family film from Full Moon contains unique humour and some great sets. Screenwriter Benjamin Carr (now a top Hollywood producer) provides a competent story and the cast do wonders with a tight budget and a frequently ludicrous stream of events. The movie seriously is good fun and is also notable for helping launch the career of acclaimed actress Alison Lohman. This was part of a short season of 'Monster' movies made by Charles Band and was originally intended to begin a successful sub-label of Full Moon though with the latter's financial trouble and sometimes dubious work ethics the 'Monster' label never really took off.


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