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Credited cast:
Drew Ailes ...
Grigar (as Da Big Drew)
Sarah K. Bizek ...
Maylay Ogstad
Kyle 4
Brian J. Casey ...
Patrick Casey ...
Armand Johnson
Brianna Fleetham ...
Sean Hall ...
R-Type 32
Steve Johnson ...
Voice of The Sex Machine
Benjamin Kaplan ...
The Evil Internet
Andy 'Hippa' Kriss ...
Roboshack Salesman
Josh Miller ...
Mojo, Mojo 2 (as Worm Miller)
Maria A. Morales ...
Bonnie Johnson
Nathan Morales ...
Billiam Skillard
N. David Prestwood ...
D-Type 35
Matt Sell ...
D-Type 34


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Comedy | Sci-Fi



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12 November 2000 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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My favorite movie within a TV show
12 September 2004 | by (the PLANET of Uranus) – See all my reviews

The premise of this feature is you're watching an "Unsolved Mysteries" or "Sightings" type TV show (only a lower caliber). They are airing a tape that has been found in a meteor crater labeled "From Future." The titular "Movie from the Future." The host of the show and various talking heads interrupt periodically to debate points such as where did this tape come from, what does it mean, is this a bad hoax, etc. The rest of the time you are treated to what amounts to a made-for-TV movie from beyond time. The plot revolves around Bonnie Johnson returning home to Earth during a semester break from college with her blue-nose alien beau Golonzo Arkanoid, Bonnie's father's disapproval, Golonzo's plan to conquer the Earth, the government robots tracking Golonzo, Bonnie's brother Armand and his dopey roommates (one of whom clones himself in a scheme to start selling clones... of himself), and much too much more to mention. It's chocked full of great moments of what the future could be like. Personally my favorite bit is the TV sitcom they watch in the future. This is a great low-budget/comedy/sci-fi/horror movie. A definite must see for people who love that genre! If you've seen any other Amazing Schlock films (especially "Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!") you'll know what kind of inspired wackiness to expect. If you haven't, you should really check it out. It's not a good as "Aliens," but I'm still going to give it five out of five face-huggers!

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