When a group of alien agents from a dying planet come to Earth under the leadership of Isis to build a portal to connect both worlds, the warrior Rykker opposes the invaders and defends the earthlings. He rescues the teenager Julie, whose family was murdered by the invaders, and together they try to destroy the portal and avoid the invasion commanded by the cruel Saylon. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Lousy - Now I know where "The Event" stole its plot from
First, the plot of "The Event" - the dying planet trying to assemble the teleportation device to beam their inhabitants to safety and the the evil faction going to kill us humans off so they have room on Earth
seemed a wee bit familiar. They stole it from here. This one came
It wasn't a great plot to steal, but The Event could have pulled it off with better acting and a more logical, well written script. They should have known by watching "Alien Agent" that when you don't have a script worth jack you don't have a decent show. Unfortunately, they didn't learn that critical lesson.
Well, on to "Alien Agent." Yes, it is as bad as everyone says it is. Horrid writing, terrible episode, just abysmal. I have seen better from Sci Fi channel movies. It lacks even cheesy CGI special effects. The production values looked more like a bad Star Trek: TOS episode than anything else.
Don't ruin an hour and a half of your life by watching this Grade D turkey.
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