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Project: Valkyrie (2002)

Unrated | | Horror | 16 May 2002 (USA)
Jim inherits a 1940's giant robot from his grandfather. Unfortunately, he also inherits the robots arch enemy; a Nazi virus that turns ordinary people into cybernetic killing machines. Now,... See full summary »

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Steve Foland ...
Jim Cranston / Klub Kuhl Kid / Additional Nazi / Additional Voices
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Frank Ellis / Klub Kuhl Kid
Jimmie Kuhl ...
District Attorney Dan Maxx
Anne Richardson ...
Anne Ellis / Klub Kuhl Kid
Brandon Yustince ...
Brandon
Jeff Waltrowski ...
Professor Jack Cranston / Klub Kuhl Kid / Additional Voices
Randy Frey ...
Mr. Foley / Klub Kuhl Kid
Jacob R. Ross ...
Achtung / Valkyrie (war-time)
Candace McIntyre ...
Glenda Maxx
Christopher Maurer ...
Nazi Lt. / Valkyrie - Present-day (as Chris Maurer)
Clint Davis ...
Pitch Black / Klub Kuhl Kid
Nic Pesante ...
Nickel / Nicco / Klub Kuhl Kid / Additional Nazi
Damien Galeone ...
Buddy
Christine Hendrick ...
Penny
Don Szjek ...
Highball
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Jim inherits a 1940's giant robot from his grandfather. Unfortunately, he also inherits the robots arch enemy; a Nazi virus that turns ordinary people into cybernetic killing machines. Now, only a weapon from our past can save our future, as Jim and Valkyrie must race to stop the newly infected and their plans to take over the city in this comic book style action/comedy! Written by tha filmmakers

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1.66 : 1
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Continuity.......Nic Pesante See more »

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A Soldier's Things
Written by Tom Waits
Performed by Anne Richardson and Gordon Bash
Courtesy Jalma Music
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Fan-damn-tastic
10 September 2004 | by (Pittsburgh, PA) – See all my reviews

This movie is a high quality indie film. It doesn't stout any technological or cinematic achievements, but it does something that many high priced Hollywood films fail at, it's fun. It is overall an extremely enjoyable picture that you'll want to watch again and again (or, at least thrice). It isn't a comedy, but there were quite a few parts where I was in tears of laughter. Steve Foland is awesome in his role, showing very well that he can be a leading man and stand on his own. The cooky robot is also quite neat, but I just wish we had more of the machine. We are able to see some interesting direction from the director, Jeff Waltrowski (Who also makes a cameo). This film seems to be a prelude to something that will be a punch to the kidney's for everyone, Jeff's next movie. Even with the downfalls I give this movie a 10.


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