Lifepod chronicles the trip of eight passengers after the ship on which they were traveling blew up on Christmas Eve 2168. Immediately people start dying. The passengers begin to ... See full summary »
An aged, retired Sherlock Holmes deals with early dementia, as he tries to remember his final case, and a mysterious woman, whose memory haunts him. He also befriends a fan, the young son of his housekeeper, who wants him to work again.
Stoke and his son Wyatt take their prize roosters to a cock fight, only to find deceit and cheating by a competitor has forced them to lose their winnings. On the way, Wyatt learns about ... See full summary »
Vincent Van Patten,
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As on ships, the bottom of the door frames are raised off the bottom of the floor, so that they can make a perfect seal with the doors, in case of accidental decompression, probably. So the robot with wheels, which is shown on either side of the doors, cannot possibly make it through the doorway. See more »
Imagine a miracle of space and time. Imagine yourself transported from Earth to Jupiter, four hundred million miles, in just sixty exciting days. Impossible? Not if you're on the new queen of the White Star Lines, the incredible Arcturus. And right now three thousand lucky passengers are on board the maiden voyage to the Jupiter States, but a few openings still remain for the second extraordinary cruise. Won't you join us? Just contact your travel agent or nearest White Star office...
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Opening credits prologue advertisement for space travel: ARCTURUS
First scenes of Arcturus spaceliner and interaction of passengers with ship's computer are promising, but the movie falls apart shortly thereafter. Plot is interesting, the acting and writing just aren't up to it.
They seem to have spent most of the money on the very repetitive shots of the ship moving through space.
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