The end of our world is the beginning on another...

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Senator Jeremy Uvan (as Reiner Schoene)
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Karteez A. Rumla
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Jacques Caano
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Luther Blade (as Valera Nikolaev)
Rae Baker ...
Shinada
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Jeleca Uvan
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Eleni (as Anna Brueggeman)
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Charles Elchanan Nickels
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Commander Jonah Trager
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Esther Nickels (as Anne Alexander)
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Renata Kaylar
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Dyomo Malvai
Veronica Clifford ...
Contessa
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In the brief period of peace after a terrible war in a far future Earth, an outer-space military academy is attacked by an unknown and unstoppable alien force. The commander of the academy, along with a group of newly graduated cadets, escapes to a large research station. Pursued by the aliens, the station jumps through a mysterious hyperspace gateway that sends them to a planet in an unknown part of the universe. Where are they, and will they ever be able to return to Earth? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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2001 (Germany)  »

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El planeta de hielo  »

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WILHELM SCREAM: When the blue alien shoots 3 of the enemy aliens at once. See more »

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Symphony No.7: Adagio
Composed by Anton Bruckner
performed exclusively for the soundtrack by members of Münchner Symphoniker (as The Munich Symphony Orchestra) (c) 2001
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Ice Planet 2001 showed great promise.
23 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have to agree that this was not the most technically advanced film I have ever seen, but it was made 5 years ago and we are used to seeing great effects today, but it is a good story. Wes makes for a very interesting lead and the plot leaves clues and questions that only the planned series could have answered. It was unfortunate that the series was not picked up at the time, but it has left the door open for the remake that is currently in production in Canada/Germany. And with todays CGI, and an industry first from VICON, there are only good things destined for this show. I can see Ice Planet (2001) quickly becoming a new classic in sci fi. thefoxcub . ice-planet.TV


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