After his grandmother's death, 24-year-old Mike Hillary sets off in search of who he thinks is his real father. Little does he suspect the real scenario: his late mother was impregnated by ... See full summary »

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John Bradshaw
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Mark-Paul Gosselaar ... Mike Hillary (as Mark Paul Gosselaar)
Douglas O'Keeffe ... Eleven (as Doug O'Keefe)
Ingrid Kavelaars ... Jessica Randall
Andrew Jackson ... Sixty-Six
David Nerman ... Sheriff Jimmy Masterson
Michelle Johnson ... Sarah
Marc Donato ... Mike Hillary - Age 8
Carmelina Lamanna Carmelina Lamanna ... Carol Hillary
Mark Lutz ... Blaine Masterson
Grant Nickalls ... Scott
Bryan Thomas ... Manny (as Bryan J. Thomas)
Jared Durand Jared Durand ... James
Robert Weiss ... Deputy Larson
Dennis O'Connor ... Grandpa Vern
Jennifer Higgin ... Grandma June
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After his grandmother's death, 24-year-old Mike Hillary sets off in search of who he thinks is his real father. Little does he suspect the real scenario: his late mother was impregnated by aliens, and now they've sent someone down to bring back their "specimen"--dead or alive. Written by Anonymous

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Be very quiet... they might want you... See more »

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Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violence and some nudity | See all certifications »

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Mark-Paul's acting was just fine
20 July 2007 | by andrastaSee all my reviews

Oh, overall, this movie is very cheesy, and I wish the aliens had been something other than walking blocks of muscle, but the story was a good idea in its inception. I thought Mark-Paul's acting was just fine, actually. He took the role seriously, regardless of the movie's lower budget, which denotes him as a good actor. Granted, it's been a while since I've seen it, so I can't give a good take on the supporting actors, but aside from the villain's one-note plot motivation, I don't remember groaning too badly. :) The handling of some of our main character's heritage problems (the whole problem with starting fires while asleep) was a particularly nice touch. Considering the budget, I thought they did the best they could--I'd like to see it redone.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 September 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Esp√©cimen See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Mono

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Color
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