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Writers (WGA):
Richard Taylor (story)
Richard Taylor (teleplay) ...
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Release Date:
14 June 2003 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
By the year 2068, the Earth's ozone is gone, violent and uncontrollable storms are razing it's surface as a result... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Not as bad as some people make it out to be See more (16 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Grant Show ... Garth

Vivian Wu ... Diana

Steve Bacic ... Lapierre

Matthew G. Taylor ... King
Naomi Gaskin ... Hernandez
Wayne 'Crescendo' Ward ... Ebershaw (as Wayne Ward)

Art Hindle ... Anton Reich

Hannah Lochner ... Mandy

Vickie Papavs ... Mandy's Mom
Mairtin O'Carrigan ... Garth's Dad

Carolyn Goff ... Elaine

Billy Otis ... Lead Rat
Mauricio Rodas ... Chortling Rat
Jeff Kassel ... Limping Rat
Kelly Fiddick ... Survivor
Nathan Hoppe ... Guard
Kendall Knights ... Guard 2
Ted Clark ... Rook

Directed by
Oscar L. Costo 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Richard Taylor (story)

Richard Taylor (teleplay) and
Robinson Young (teleplay)

Produced by
Marcy Gross .... executive producer
Paul M. Leonard .... associate producer
Derek Rappaport .... producer
 
Original Music by
Misha Segal 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Galbraith 
 
Film Editing by
Andrew Cohen 
 
Casting by
Nelleke Privett 
 
Art Direction by
Jon P. Goulding 
 
Costume Design by
Ruth Secord 
 
Makeup Department
Catherine Viot .... makeup department head
 
Production Management
Geoff Garrett .... post-production supervisor
Wendy Wallace .... post-production supervisor (as Wendy Belt)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
D. Joanne Malo .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Mary Arthurs .... property master
Maria Kennedy .... sets buyer
Ian Patrick McAllister .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Vince Balunas .... sound editor
Chris Boyett .... adr editor
Jeff K. Brunello .... sound effects editor
Daniel Colman .... sound effects editor
Daniel Colman .... supervising sound editor
Sean Keegan .... foley engineer
Doug Madick .... foley artist
Frank Nolan .... adr supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Berj Bannayan .... assistant supervisor: Soho vfx
Brian De Ville .... matte painting artist: Soho vfx
Derek Gebhart .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Michael Kowalski .... visual effects producer: Soho visual effects
Daniel Lu .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Allan Magled .... visual effects supervisor: Soho vfx
Mike Mombourquette .... digital compositor: Soho vfx
Shervin Shoghian .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Michael Wile .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
Dong Yon Kang .... 3D animator: Soho vfx
 
Stunts
Dean Copkov .... stunt double
Tig Fong .... stunt performer
Tig Fong .... stunt rigger
Steve Lucescu .... stunt coordinator
Christopher McGuire .... stunt double
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunt rigger
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Mark Berlet .... gaffer
Ben Mark Holzberg .... still photographer
Rick Leger .... generator operator
Ari Magder .... second assistant camera
Loreen Ruddock .... best boy electric
Benjamin Smith .... assistant camera
Joe Strazzeri .... key grip
Matt Thomas .... grip
 
Casting Department
Sara Cuthbert .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Brian De Esch .... post-production coordinator
Joe Finley .... digital colorist
 
Other crew
Heather Anderson .... assistant production coordinator
Dara Cohen .... production consultant
Alice Wickwire Foster .... production coordinator
Christine Harwart .... stand-in
Valentin Nedialkov .... weapons specialist
Lisa Shamata .... unit publicist
Charles Taylor .... armorer
Al Vrkljan .... gun handler
David M. Wermus .... network production coordinator
 

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9 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Not as bad as some people make it out to be, 5 May 2005
Author: therealcromar from Florida

I switched to this movie because nothing else was on and expected the usual garbage that comes out of a "Sci-Fi Channel Original", due to low budgets and everything else. I was actually pretty impressed with the script when I took considerations for what TV writers have to go through in terms of rigorous formulas and budget crises. There were definitely some issues: was it really necessary to have a bad guy? What if the team really was going after what the hero thinks they are going after? The worst was that stupid robot Rook; although it's not a bad name for a robot, it looked like a 30s scifi plastic piece of junk. We could have skipped all of that. The psychological games between the hologram and the hero actually make up about 90% of this film anyway. The rest is just 10 minutes of silly subplot. Without any of the extra fluff and with a budget this movie actually had the potential to work.

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