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Space Specks (2003)

While on an emergency medical mission, a starship is attacked by a tiny alien spaceship whose bark is worse than its bite. It's not easy in outer space to negotiate with an under-sized foe ... See full summary »

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Tom Sellwood ...
Capt. Timothy Ryan
Krista Welter ...
Ens. Sara Starr
Greg Salomone ...
Cmdr. Max Grant
Clio Berney ...
Lt. Katie Covell
Lou Zammichieli ...
Ensign Andy Luna47
Bette Cassatt ...
Lt. Tuk
Jennifer Abbou ...
Dr. Cynthia Jones
John C. Bailey ...
Rafi Captain
Phil Bolin ...
Lt. Cmdr. Barry Glover
Anna Stoner ...
Adm. Morgan
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Lt. David Bennet
Danny Brannon ...
Rafi lieutenant
Tammy Roberts ...
Ensign Card
Lindsay Schindele ...
Yeoman
Eve Young ...
Aunt Edith
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While on an emergency medical mission, a starship is attacked by a tiny alien spaceship whose bark is worse than its bite. It's not easy in outer space to negotiate with an under-sized foe through an over-sexed telepath. Proof that size doesn't matter. Written by Rick Dunbar

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They came, they saw, they scratched the paint!

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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In space you could hear me laugh!
22 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I've seen this film twice. Both times I laughed myself to death. I mean that in a good way. I'm huge fan of sci-fi and comedy. Rick Dunbar gave us both! This was a no-budget production, but it had a BIG story. The best scene was between Andy the android and Lt. Covel. Trying to explain the sexual side effects of her telepathic enhancing drugs. To be honest, Space Specks reminded me of my favorite Saturday morning shows from the 70s. Such as "Space Academy" and "Jason of Star Command". In fact, the first time I saw it, it was a Saturday morning. Oh yes, I was enjoying some cereal too. I say this...check this movie out. Good sets, good acting and best of all A GOOD STORY!


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