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The Overseer, Ruler of the Federation, wants to enslave the rebellious worlds with an ancient alien nano-virus that turns humans into slaves. John Worthy and his new Starship, Deliverance stands between the Earth and the coming storm.

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John Worthy
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Jolli (as Emily Rose Morrison)
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Staris
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Torgus (as E.J. De La Pena)
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General Gustav
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Diana
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Marta
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Roartak
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Seethus
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Decon Quinn
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The Overseer, Ruler of the Federation, wants to enslave the rebellious worlds with an ancient alien nano-virus that turns humans into slaves. John Worthy and his new Starship, Deliverance stands between the Earth and the coming storm.

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Watch annoying guy, Barbie, and fat guy do random stuff
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That about summarized what's going on in the two movies, I still can't believe I sat through 4 hours of it.

The movies started without any sort of set up at all, you only know people are fighting people, just not who and why. It's only till the end you sorta figure out the premises. Then for the next 4 hours, it's just a collection of seemingly disconnected short scenes, making you thinking "wait, what?" and "what the heck just happened?". Two people would meet suspicious and dislike each other, and 5 minutes later they are all over each other like their lips are made of super magnets.

The acting is not the worst, but not much better. Effects are pretty laughable, but for a low budget movie I suppose it's passable. The props and ship design are straight from the 50's, despite the technology is supposedly able to destroy planets with a single missile. And I couldn't help but to laugh out loud when I see what they used for safety goggles.

I guess if you are really bored and have absolutely nothing else to do, you can watch it.


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