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  (in credits order)

Treat Williams ... Mike Jeffers

Lori Loughlin ... Janine

Udo Kier ... Samson

Blake Clark ... Sheriff Borden
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jack Betts ... Atty. Gen. Ames
Richard Anthony Crenna ... Tanner

Charles Cyphers ... Henderson
Neil Delama ... Peterson

Charles Emmett ... Steve Johnson

David 'Shark' Fralick ... Rand

Richard Gabai ... Policeman #2
Eric James ... Steele
Jim Jenkins ... Secretary of Defense Mitchell

Nathan Le Grand ... Jack Thomas (as Nathan LeGrand)

Justin Lord ... Geller

Richard McGonagle ... Adam Gould

Doug McKeon ... Breem

Shanna Moakler ... Alexandra (as Shana Moakler)

Randy Mulkey ... Deputy Reed

Andrew Prine ... Sen. Cook
Alexandra Raines Lewinson ... Susan Shaw (as Alexandra Raines)
Greg Stanina ... Dead Police Officer
Patrick J. Statham ... Policeman (as Pat Statham)

T.J. Thyne ... Karl Wendt
Marc Vahanian ... Grace

Jacin Guillienne Gayent Dixon ... Plant worker (uncredited)
Steven Paul Zsenyuk ... LAPD officer (uncredited)

Directed by
Fred Olen Ray  (as Ed Raymond)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Sean McGinly  written by

Produced by
Alan B. Bursteen .... executive producer
Kimberly A. Ray .... line producer
Alison Semenza .... producer
Jim Wynorski .... producer (as Noble Henry)
Original Music by
Neal Acree 
Cinematography by
Theo Angell 
Film Editing by
Randy Carter 
Casting by
Jeff Gerrard 
Production Design by
Nikki Giovacchini 
Art Direction by
Beth Wooke 
Costume Design by
Robert Constant 
Production Management
Kimberly A. Ray .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Justin W. Hill .... first assistant director: second unit
Justin W. Hill .... second second assistant director
Justin W. Hill .... second unit director
Cyndy Johnson .... second assistant director
Pierre Lorillard .... first assistant director (as Pierre L. Lorillard)
Frank Pinnock .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Charles Bruce .... sound effects editor
Lorita de la Cerna .... adr mixer
Lorita de la Cerna .... foley mixer & editor
Patrick Giraudi .... sound re-recording mixer
Scott C. Kolden .... supervising sound editor
Stephen Riesz .... sound effects editor
Kelly Vandever .... sound re-recording mixer
Bob Bragg .... stunt coordinator (as Bobby Bragg)
Luke Darnell .... stunts
Ric Drasin .... stunts
Jeffrey Eith .... stunts (as Jeff Eith)
Armando Guerrero .... stunts
Stephen P. Hart .... stunts (as Stephen Hart)
Keii Johnston .... stunts
Patrick Lahaie .... stunts
Justin Lundin .... stunts
Cole S. McKay .... stunts (as Cole McKay)
Gary McLarty .... stunts
Patricia M. Peters .... stunts
Dana Reed .... stunts
Matthew R. Anderson .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Derek Bruyere .... first assistant camera
Suzanne Dietz .... second assistant camera
Gary Graver .... director of photography: second unit
Ben Thompson .... best boy electric
Thomas Vozza .... still photographer
Transportation Department
William Kuehn .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Eric Filipkowski .... production assistant
Bill Hader .... production assistant
Marc Kunis .... production accountant
Daniel Richardson .... production assistant
Michael James 'Scotty' Scott .... set production assistant
Greg Stanina .... production assistant
Mike Tristano .... weapons handler

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Rated R for violence
Argentina:95 min | UK:92 min
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If You Can`t Make Your Own Movie Then Don`t Bother, 1 July 2003
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

This opens at the cyberdyne factory but it isn`t TERMINATOR 2 . It also involves a German leader leading his terrorist gang but it`s not DIE HARD . Oh hold on the plot more or less is DIE HARD , and do you know what`s worse ? THE WHOLE OPENING SEQUENCE IS TERMINATOR 2 !!!! . You read that right , the opening sequence of CRITICAL MASS contains lengthy scenes from James Cameron`s 1991 blockbuster and instantly reminded me of the straight to video film RANGERS that contains umpteen action scenes from other films . Can anyone tell me how legal this is because when RETURN OF THE KING is released I`m going to stick the three LORD OF THE RINGS films together and sell it to distributors claiming it`s my own original work.

On its own ( ie the bits that weren`t stolen from TERMINATOR or UNIVERSAL SOLDIER ) this movie isn`t up to much , it`s just another of those " Bunch of terrorists hold everyone to ransom " type movies though when a bunch of journalists get blown away the hero saves the one with long hair and firm breasts so you`ve got to admire his sense of priorities

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