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First Strike (2009)

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America hasn't suffered another terrorist attack on her home soil since 9/11...until now! This sci-fi action thriller follows Jordan Tyler, a former expert in the U.S military's top-secret ... See full summary »

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Duane Daniels ...
Terrorist #1
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Jordan Tyler
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Cici Tyler
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Victor Devereaux
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Ashley Tyler
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Dustin Tyler
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Bo Tyler
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Chris
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Secretary McTeague
Roxanne Arvizu ...
Anastasia
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Caged Man
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Dr. Jim Benson
Aiden Astrup ...
Friend
Ray Angel Torres ...
Commander Sanchez (as Ray Torres)
Allen Williams ...
News Reporter
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America hasn't suffered another terrorist attack on her home soil since 9/11...until now! This sci-fi action thriller follows Jordan Tyler, a former expert in the U.S military's top-secret psychic spy program. After his ominous visions of an airborne bio-terror attack on the U.S. become reality, Jordan and his scientist wife Cici, race against the clock to stop an incurable, bio-engineered virus that could end civilization as we know it... Written by Anonymous

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YOU CAN'T HIDE..... FROM WHAT YOU CAN'T SEE!


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2009 (USA)  »

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$800,000 (estimated)
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No Budget Stinker
23 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First Strike is an extremely low-budget movie. It is one of the lowest budget movies I've ever seen. My mother would call a film like this a "3 o'clocker" because it would go virtually unseen except by night owls or insomniacs who were awake at 3 a.m.

The plot is just...sad. There is a scene (minor spoiler) in which a kid on a scooter is trying to get away from some teenagers on skateboards. Can a scooter go faster than a skateboard? Will the kid make it home in one piece? Will his mother be able to come to his rescue? Does this scene constitute a thrilling action sequence? Well, in this movie it does.

And if you're going to make a movie about bio-terrorism, (spoiler)please try to budget in an actual lab setting in which to cook up your save-the-world antidote.

I give this a 1. For the actors who showed up and tried to do their jobs.


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