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Thomas King
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John Robinson
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General Stearn
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Peter Jackson
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Caroline (as Daniela Deutcher)
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Jane Herbert
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A spy satellite has malfunctioned and is going to crash into the Earth. The US government bring on line a power laser. When the laser strikes the satellite, it causes a rip and time and sends Monroe High school 20 years into the future, including teachers, students and an escaping criminal. The students find themselves in a barren world, where they are set upon by the escaped criminal and a fierce monster. One of the students has a telepathic link with his mother, 2oo years in the past. She is able to help him find much needed medicines. The students try to find a way back to the past. Written by Paul Gerad Kennedy

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can it get worse?
6 February 2000 | by (Istanbul) – See all my reviews

This truly is the worse film I have ever seen. The music, the acting, the "special" effects, the aliens, the lighting, the camera, the plot, the script are terribly loose, with no integrity at all and confusing. The film overall is so bad, it can't even get funny. I tolerated till the end, and all I got was a terrible headache.


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