It's December 1999 and as the end of the millennium approaches, people are attempting to find spiritual enlightenment. However, a few people want to skip all the work that entails. A holy ...
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It's December 1999 and as the end of the millennium approaches, people are attempting to find spiritual enlightenment. However, a few people want to skip all the work that entails. A holy Tenctonese relic in the hands of a heretic is giving them a shortcut but it's not quite as easily controlled as she says.Written by
5 minutes into the movie you see a Rambo 6 on the movie theater entrance marquee, an obvious joke based on all the sequels the movie industry keeps producing. There will be a Rambo (6): Last Blood that's in production right now in 2015 reported to be the last in the series. Rambo fights a drug cartel. See more »
Matt's case project "The Origin and Spread of Supernova in LA" is dated December 26, 1999. However, several days earlier, a sign in the police station said that there were only five days left until 2000, meaning that the date was December 27, 1999. See more »
Great addition to a great series which began with Kenneth Johnson's brilliant adaption of the theatrical movie to TV series format. The characters are believable, well-acted, and the entire concept thought-provoking and enlightening--as well as enjoyable. The "aliens-among-us" concept allowed talented screenwriters and cast to explore topics of current social interest and cause viewers to re-examine their own perspectives, values, and (even) prejudices in a constructive and non-threatening way.
I EAGERLY await the day when this--and the other "Alien Nation" TV movies that spun-off from the TV series--will be available to fans and collectors in a boxed, DVD format!! (Studio--please take note!)
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