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An astronaut doctor Ivan Hood and his fellow astronaut Kelly return from their mission in space to find the world has been taken over by aliens. Now Dr. Ivan Hood and Kelly must lead a revolution to free the human slaves from their alien masters. Written by
OK, OK I know what most people are gonna say, "this movie sucks," and about a month ago I would have whole-heartedly agreed that this was not up to snuff. However, I have since bought this little beauty on DVD and have to say it gets better and better each time I watch it.
Now this is no classic by any means, with some lackluster direction and some pretty bad acting (except your leads). I mean can they help it they had to dub all but 3 actors because they filmed in Bulgaria? I don't think so. But once you get past all that this is actually a fun little film. Bruce Campbell does what he does best, make any movie he's in ten times better. His performance as Dr. Ivan Hood is on the nose as his trademark wit is in high gear. So if your in the mood for some Army of Darkness style fun then just check out this little overlooked gem.
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