Humanity is on the verge of extinction after nuclear fallout from the war renders every living thing on Earth infertile. Chancellor Derek Strombourg, mourning the death of his daughter, ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Jeff St. Clair ...
Derek Strombourg
Gary Skiba ...
Joshua Adams / Flashback Parent
James Kisicki ...
Elias Oligaric
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Orin Stalward
Valerie Renee Law ...
Mira DelForna
Nick Zelletz ...
Kyle Albright
Charles Eduardos ...
Harris
Steve Snyder ...
Galen
Jennifer Sumerak ...
Laura Bristol
Ron Riegler ...
Senator Mathias
Michael K. Brown ...
Jurgen
Scott Davis ...
Medical Technician
Almino J. Taddeo ...
Slater
Jacqui Decker ...
Professor Cooper
Dick Goddard ...
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Humanity is on the verge of extinction after nuclear fallout from the war renders every living thing on Earth infertile. Chancellor Derek Strombourg, mourning the death of his daughter, must find the one person whose genetic structure can bring life to thousands of dormant human clones. Fighting him is an underground rebellion struggling to prevent this awesome power from falling into the hands of Derek's new world order. Written by Anonymous

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A New Kind of Warrior

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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14 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$13,585 (USA) (13 October 2000)

Gross:

$21,496 (USA) (20 October 2000)
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1.85 : 1
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Entire movie was shot digitally for only $20,000. See more »

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I always fall for the same thing
9 August 2006 | by (OKC) – See all my reviews

I keep falling for the same crap.... Renting a movie that looks well-done on a tight budget by a first time director or someone new to the scene. When I saw Primer a couple of years ago, I said, "Now that's how to get attention. Awesome flick!" I keep looking for the next sleeper hit and I keep reading the reviews given by extras on the set or others involved with the movie saying it was the greatest movie ever made, blah, blah, blah. I am an idiot! I am going to wait longer to for the REAL reviews to come out (much like this one). The only small, tiny, bit of goodness to this film...you can hit the stop button on your remote any time you want; the one with the filled in square on it.


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