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Alien Cargo (1999)

In a time when interplanetary shipping is routine, poor judgment is a fatal error. The crew of the Solar System Shipping shipping vessel number 17 runs in shifts. When the second shift ... See full summary »

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Christopher 'Chris' McNiel
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Theta Kaplan
Simon Westaway ...
Adam Iberra, SSS17 First Watch
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Rojean Page, Explorer Dolphin
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Eichhorn, Explorer Dolphin
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Omer Janowitz, SSS17 First Watch
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Warren Schiedell, SSS Group Manager (as David Paterson)
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Hunt Ballard, SSS17 Sleeper
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Leilani Griffin, SSS17 Sleeper
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Yvonne Hagan, SSS17 Sleeper
Jennifer Congram ...
Voice of Shoshoni, SSS17 Computer / SSS Communication Central
Julian Garner ...
Titan Miner Hitting on Yvonne
Helen Houard ...
Eli Follette, SSS17 Sleeper
Rebecca Riggs ...
Meryl Leonardi, SSS17 Sleeper
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Rupert O'Day, SSS17 Sleeper
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In a time when interplanetary shipping is routine, poor judgment is a fatal error. The crew of the Solar System Shipping shipping vessel number 17 runs in shifts. When the second shift awakens from hyper-sleep almost ten months after their scheduled time, they find the ship badly damaged, off course, and missing the first shift. What's more, it's discovered the first shift killed each other. As the plot unfolds, something truly evil is discovered on-board - humans. Written by Skewter

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We have met the enemy & it is us

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Rated PG for sci-fi violence, and for mild language and sensuality | See all certifications »
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28 January 1999 (USA)  »

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The best made for Sci-Fi channel movie I've seen.
24 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is easily the best made for Sci-Fi channel movie I've seen.

I have to admit, I can't recall the last Sci-Fi channel I've watched from beginning to end, but I'll catch a few minutes of something here and there and they're all pretty pathetic.

This movie is not full of cheesy CGI (computer generated images) or gore. The story is pretty good and the acting is the best I've seen in a made for Sci-Fi channel movie. The characters reactions to everything happening to them in the movie is believable and logical.

I would rate this an easy 9-10 for a made for TV movie as it kept me entertained not from laughing and making fun of it like so many made for Sci-Fi channel productions, but from actually enjoying it as movies are meant to be.


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