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Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion (2000)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 21 April 2000
Set in San Diego, the movie follows the desperate acts of Bill Templer head of a covert defense agency perpetrating a terrifying fraud on the American public - involving the imminent ... See full summary »

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Bill Templer
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Kevin Anjanette (as Dondre T. Whitfield)
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B.J. McQueen
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Ava Zurich
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Jack the Realitor
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Dr. Sydney Templer
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Laird Jones
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Jamison Collier
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Kendra Van Dillion
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Trish Collier
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Andy Collier
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Set in San Diego, the movie follows the desperate acts of Bill Templer head of a covert defense agency perpetrating a terrifying fraud on the American public - involving the imminent invasion of aliens - by leaking to the press a satellite image of an alien armada poised to strike earth. As terror of an alien attack spreads, the President of the United States orders the launching of Peacemaker, a surveillance satellite retrofitted with a nuclear warhead. Templer's elaborate plot is threatened when police detective Kevin Anjanette discovers that the alien images were faked. To protect his scheme, Templer swiftly unleashes the lethal head of his security, Ava Zurich, onto Anjanette. But it's soon revealed that an alien force actually does exist and is poised to strike if Peacemaker is used. In order to protect mankind from total annihilation, Anjanette must race to abort the nuclear bomb that will trigger the alien attack. Written by Anonymous

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Rated PG-13 for violence and brief sensuality | See all certifications »
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21 April 2000 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The disc that is mistakenly erased cannot be a CD-RW because when the label was peeled, it said "CD-R" and the bottom of the disc was blue which is used in Azo and Cyanine CD-R dyes, while CD-RW discs use a crystalline compound that looks silver or metallic gray. See more »

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Featured in Cultivision (Collapsing Stars) (2002) See more »

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No aliens, no fury, no invasion... just achingly slow count-down.
31 January 2002 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie was so bad that it more resembled a very tired TV series than a movie. There was no action, the acting, writing, and directing were abysmal, and it wasn't even decently filmed. I will give it credit for having suspense, though it was the half-hearted, stressful kind of suspense you get when you are in denial about the fact that you are sitting through a numbingly pathetic excuse for a movie and you are clinging to a futile hope that in a couple of minutes it might get interesting. This isn't an alien thriller... it had no aliens, or convincing alien technology, and there was no sense of imminent threat (beyond the very real possibility you are having 2 hours sucked from your lifespan by some hack film maker.) The story (Department of defense cover up about alien invasion) might have been good if an actual writer took the idea and built a script around it, but the way this was done, it shouldn't have been more than a half hour long. Don't waste your time... and don't listen to the votes... this isn't better than a 2...


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