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Future Justice (2014)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi | 18 May 2014 (USA)
In the future Saturn's moon of Titan houses a prison where Earth's worst criminals are kept awaiting their return to Earth for trial and execution. One of those criminals, Python Diamond, ... See full summary »

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Python Diamond
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Uxbridge
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Gazeebo
Elyssa Baldassarri ...
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Quinn
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Wren
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Kathy
Johnny Sederquist ...
Ryan
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Rag
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Michael Thurber
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Victor
Tiffany Lee Ferris ...
Edwards
Sean Carufel ...
Josh
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In the future Saturn's moon of Titan houses a prison where Earth's worst criminals are kept awaiting their return to Earth for trial and execution. One of those criminals, Python Diamond, is being flown back to Earth, escorted by five members of the military police. Upon their return to Earth, they find that a cataclysmic nuclear war has reduced the world to a near-lifeless husk. Searching for survivors and any clue as to the cause of the destruction leads the six to a warehouse bunker housing scientists who constitute Earth's last remaining hope for the future. Unfortunately, their landing spacecraft drew the attention of one of the gangs that roam the ruined countryside in search of food and resources, leading them straight to the carefully hidden and well-provisioned shelter. The gang lays siege to the warehouse, fighting their way inside in a bloody battle that takes lives on both sides. Written by Griffin

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In a future gone to hell, one man will bring justice.

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Steven O'Brion came up with the idea to make Gazeebo a Southerner. See more »

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Future Apocalypse
22 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First off I want to give full disclosure that I did donate money to help make this film and I am listed as a producer. Having said that I can also say that very few film makers get as much bang for their buck then Richard Griffin. Griffin is a big fan of 70's horror and sci-fi from the USA and Europe. This film was inspired in many ways by a 48 hour short he did several years ago called Mutants of the Apocalypse. The short was about a nuked world taken over by vile evil mutants led by the disembodied head of Adolph Hitler. This film shares none of that story except for the nuked world part. The story begins on Titan where a cryo prison exists. The most famous of convicts there Python Diamond has served his cryo term and is being shipped back to Earth for his permanent sentence. As the shuttle approaches the Earth it is discovered that the planet has been mostly destroyed by nuclear weapons deployed by an unknown power or powers. They land and are beset by a roving gang that wants all their food and weapons. With Python leading the way they fight back with other survivors but there is something lurking underneath them all. The story is somewhat basic but it's execution is where this film truly shines. Richard is surrounded by very talented actors and actresses. He uses their skills to the utmost and they lift what some might consider tired material and give you something fresh. The screenplay was done by the star Nathaniel Silva (he also plays Python) and is ably supported by Steven O'Broin as the principal villain Gazeebo. Also the film stars Aaron Andrade as Major Uxbridge the CO of the prison transport team, Elyssa Baldasarri, Johnny Sedequest, Rich Tretheway, and Michael Thurber portraying a slightly demented version of himself. This is a fun popcorn film that isn't overly long so it doesn't drag.


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