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Terminal Voyage (1994)

R | | Sci-Fi | July 1995 (Germany)
It is 2035 A.D. and the final countdown has begun for a voyage that will reach across the vastness of outer space -- to explore the nearest Earth-Like planet. An international crew has been... See full summary »

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... Reese
... Becker
... Zinovitz
... Granier
... Han
... Jammad
... Hollis (as Gregory A. McKinney)
... Veiled Woman
Marcus Aurelius ... Survivor
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It is 2035 A.D. and the final countdown has begun for a voyage that will reach across the vastness of outer space -- to explore the nearest Earth-Like planet. An international crew has been placed in cryogenic suspended animation for the journey. But a century later, they awake to find that things have gone horribly wrong. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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The entry code for the confidential computer files is 3263827, the same number as the garbage masher in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). See more »

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Cheap and rubbish sci-fi. I love it.
15 October 1998 | by See all my reviews

Terminal Voyage is not a very good film. It's a cheap Alien clone without the character, the suspense or, indeed, the Alien. A multi-national mismatched group of pioneers awake from a hundred years in hyper-sleep : their mission is to begin the colonisation of a new world. The Captain didn't survive the journey and, well, the rest is cliche. The group begin to disintegrate, racial stereotypes are brought to the fore and the Virtual Reality unit does a good line in soft-focus soft-core pornography.

Questions : Was the Captain's death sabotage? Do crew members start dying one-by-one? Does someone die inside the VR unit? Is one of the crew secretly an android? Is it obvious from the very start who it is? Does the android's severed head get powered up so that the cast member can sit underneath the table with just their head visible?

If you can answer "yes" to all of these questions then you could make a film that would bear an uncanny resemblance to Terminal Voyage.


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