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Space Fury (1999)

4 astronauts are left stranded onboard a joint US-Russian satellite after a shuttle crash damages the station. What they don't know is, the crash was no accident and one of them is a depraved killer.

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Konrad
Lisa Bingley ...
Rene
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Max
Nenad Petrovic ...
Yuri
Christian Vidosa ...
Igor
Victor Altomare ...
Det. Rostov
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Marshall Popov
Stacie Fox ...
Maddie
Boris Linzender ...
Vasili
Martina Pernova ...
Natasha
Boris Buhot ...
Det. Nevski
Tanya Doyle ...
Communication Technician
Albert Gavrilin ...
Technician #1
Emilia Antonescu ...
Streetwalker
Sandy Kaizer ...
Marilyn
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4 astronauts are left stranded onboard a joint US-Russian satellite after a shuttle crash damages the station. What they don't know is, the crash was no accident and one of them is a depraved killer.

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Fear can take your breath away

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Rated R for some sexuality, nudity and violence | See all certifications »
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28 September 1999 (Greece)  »

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In the Dead of Space  »

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Wah-haha-what the-?
16 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I'm quite surprised by all the strangely negative reviews. I thought it was okay for the dollar it cost me to see it. I watched this directly after reading all the reviews here and don't even understand some of them after watching this.

My main complaint, if you can even call it a complaint, is the lack of a more coherent focus on the nuances of the plot, but basically it's just "crazy man in space" so who cares for plot? The plot involves some sort of brainwashing by terrorists - of the lead character, but also seems to involve his unstable nature once on the station.

In terms of acting and events, it is much like a comic book with regard to the intellectual (or lack thereof) facets, which doesn't immediately condemn a movie in my opinion.

In no way does this movie warrant such a low rating as a 1 when you consider some of the other films out there, so I gave it a 5.

I actually enjoyed this far more than "Event Horizon" (which I thought was utter rubbish), and the acting isn't any worse than a few of the scenes from any given "Star Wars" movie, seriously.

Yes, it is rather over-the-top silly (but I seriously doubt it was MEANT to be bad in that light as another reviewer suggested) mostly because of the stereotypes and plastic characters. I mean, how DO you play the role of a crazy person well or in a "convincing" way? Think about it. The acting is really not that much cheesier than that of Anthony Perkins in the psycho sequels.

If you're looking for a "crazy man in space" movie, THIS is it. In fact, if you've seen "Turbulance" (a pretty bad "crazy man on a plane" movie), it is very similar in some respects.

Again, 5/10. Seriously. There are hundreds of far worse movies than this, INCLUDING "Turbulance", which it would make a good double-feature with, regardless, haha.


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