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Aliens in the Wild, Wild West (1999)

When a UFO crash lands nearby, it's up to a couple of kids to save the aliens from the local townspeople.

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Taylor Locke ...
Tom Johnson
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Sara Johnson
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Johnny Coyle
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Sheriff Cane
Gerry Quigley ...
Bloody Bob
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Elizabeth
George Ilie ...
Jiffyvawa 'Jiffy' Zudo
Ovidiu Bucurenciu ...
Jiffy's Mom
Marcel Cobzariu ...
Pook (as Marcello Cobzariu)
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Ben Small (as Marius Florea)
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Hotel Clerk
Marioara Sterian ...
Melinda
Mircea Constantinescu ...
Roger
Sandu Mihai Gruia ...
Mac (as Mihai Sandu Gruia)
Liviu Timus ...
Eustace
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Sara and Tom Johnson are two very bored teenagers. But that's all about to change. During a family vacation to an old western ghost town, the bickering siblings stumble upon a portal which catapults them back in time to the old west. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Sci-Fi | Western

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Rated PG for some mild action violence | See all certifications »
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17 August 1999 (USA)  »

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When Canadians and Romanians make a movie together...
24 May 2003 | by (Northbrook, IL, USA) – See all my reviews

I knew I was in trouble within the first minute or so of this film. Well, technically I knew even earlier than that since I was aware this was a Full Moon release...but anyways. The two main characters are a teenage boy and girl. Their father was played by some guy with a very European sounding name. He must have had a heavy accent or something because they dubbed another voice over his. Talk about irritating.

This is your usual Full Moon/Kushner-Locke low budget nonsense that some of us are sadly all too familiar with. The two teens end up at a deserted Wild West town with their parents. The girl steps through a floorboard in one of the buildings. Her brother spots a strange-looking device and decides to push a button on it. Next thing you know, they have both been transported to the 19th century.

As if that wasn't bad enough, a UFO crash lands nearby and it's up to the two kids to save the aliens from the local townspeople. It pains me just taking time out of my life just to type this.

The only (and I do mean ONLY) reason anyone might possibly want to see this is to see Carly Pope before she was on the TV show "Popular". Compared to everyone else, she looks like Meryl Streep doing a school play with sixth graders. 2/10


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