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John Michael Herndon,
Ariel Teal Toombs
Probably one of the worst if not the worst movie I have ever seen. It was shown as "Moral Code" not First Encounter, unfortunately as we all know just a change in title does not help a bad film, and this was a bad film. Acting was bad, script was childish, props were "sanitary", Yes, they used bolts and sanitary fittings as some props, well thats what it appeared as, and the Alien's legs even had wire stiffeners to keep their legs straight. This must have been one of Trevor Goddard,s last films before his death, whatever made a decent actor like him (was in JAG for quite a while)accept a part in a film like this. The best part was looking at Holly Fields in her underwear, now she is nice. They shouldn't have been granted a permit to film this and the ending was also strange, it didn't gel at all, terrible, awful, bad, tasteless, boring the list goes on.
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