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Crossworlds (1996)

PG-13 | | Action, Sci-Fi, Comedy | Video 8 January 1997
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A young man discovers that his father was from another dimension and that he is the key to the operation of a crystal that can be the deciding factor in a war crossing the dimensions.





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This movie features a character who is a descendant of the character played by Steve McQueen in the television series of the same name. And like McQueen's Josh Randall, Hauer's Nick Randall... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
... A.T.
... Joe Talbot
... Ferris
... Laura
... Rebo
... Steve
Richard McGregor ... Stu
... Joe's Mom
... The Queen
Michael Stadvec ... Cop #1
... Cop #2
... The Dancer
Norita Golanos ... Receptionist (as Norita Galanos)
Tony Ervolina ... Joe's Father


A young man discovers that his father was from another dimension and that he is the key to the operation of a crystal that can be the deciding factor in a war crossing the dimensions. Written by John Sacksteder <Jsack@ka.net>

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Imagine a place where all dimensions of the universe collide...


Action | Sci-Fi | Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for action violence and brief strong language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

8 January 1997 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

A Passagem  »

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Stuart Wilson wears a Crossworlds baseball cap in Second Sight. See more »


When the trio arrive at the queen's encampment, their shadows should fall more to the left, to match the illumination of the two big planets in the sky. See more »


Laura: What do we do now?
A.T.: Try not to die.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »


Written and Performed by Daisyhaze
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Stereotypical Teenage Boy Flick
27 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

It was as if this regular College Student that just happens to live in an apartment Filled with what is thought to be every college kid's stuff and drives an ancient classic car is going to make a great Sci-Fi. It was as if there was some group of assistants who went to the "College Stereotypical Apartment Hardware Store" and filled this guy's room. Even Mom calling on the answering machine was "stereotypical" with the parking tickets. It is really Lame. Low-Budget or not - trying to make the Every Day Guy in college out of an obvious Super Rich Kid by clouding the story with such crap is offensive. Kid's in College don't live like this. The Party? maybe so. Dancing Babes - most "babes" are every day girls - not "Too Sexy for my Tube Dress" types. Beer cans against the forehead? Way past the 1970s. So it was hard to get past the first few minutes. But I held on - the best I could hoping things would jump into a serious movie rather than a Teenage Boy movie.

After the 'proverbial' duster coat worn by Hauer and the really cute mini-shirt by the babe - the movie finally moves on about 30 minutes into the drawn-out story. It is always amazing to me that all the ingredients to these supernatural legends just happen to be Local - in that the staff and the amulet just happen to be in the same town in good ole USA. But it is a Sci-Fi. 32 Minutes into was the understatement of the entire movie - by the babe: "It will be over soon."

OK...scenario... You get the key to 'whatever.' And you give it back without question to the person you got it from. Then the key gets stolen from that person who has no idea of its value. Who's the fool in this case. Why give the stone/amulet back to the kid when he has no idea what he's up against. This constitutes a major error in the scripting of this film.

Script writing, to me, is even more important than directing. The direction is obvious with a well written script as opposed to visa-versa. When words like "butthole" or "asswipe" are used by the actors, it was surely scripted. And therefore quite Cheap. I don't mean to expect Shakespeare quotes, but as I said = = this is a Teenage Boy Flick. But then "it isn't easy doing business with Morons."

It all turns out that Any college kid with a reasonable desire for cute blondes and a "mom-ma's boy" could have pulled this movie off - in its writing. I don't understand Hauer's desire to go from fame to insignificant so easily. Perhaps he had some outstanding traffic tickets. But Rutger Hauer? In this tripe movie? Amazing.

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