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Doomsdayer (2000)

R | | Action | 2001 (USA)
An international anti-terrorist organization has a mission to track down weapons of mass destruction before they fall into the wrong hands. They discover the existence of a powerful weapon ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael J. Sarna (as Michael John Sarna)

Writers:

Bob Couttie (screenplay), Bob Couttie (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Lara ... Jack Logan
Udo Kier ... Max Gast
January Isaac Bodlovic January Isaac Bodlovic ... Dyna Castenada (as January Isaac)
Brigitte Nielsen ... Elizabeth Gast
Alexa Jago ... Mary Silverbell
Paige Rowland ... Valentin Daly
T.J. Storm ... Pettigrew Montgomery
Daniel Massa Daniel Massa ... Emilio Costaneda
Paul Holmes ... Commander Torres (as Paul Holme)
Romano Kristoff ... McLean
Don Stockwell Don Stockwell ... Burt
Noel Izon Noel Izon ... Burgess
Benson Ventura Benson Ventura ... Amos
James Gregory Paolleli James Gregory Paolleli ... McDowell (as James Paolelli)
Neil Morrison Neil Morrison ... Gross
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An international anti-terrorist organization has a mission to track down weapons of mass destruction before they fall into the wrong hands. They discover the existence of a powerful weapon called the Doomsdayer, which is capable of triggerring the meltdown of every nuclear power plant of Earth. Mission specialist Jack Logan (Joe Lara) i assigned to travel halfway around to find Max Gast (Udo Kier), the owner of this terrible weapon, and track him until he can locate the device. But the device has already been activated and the seven-days countdown has begun. Written by antonielsen@yahoo.it

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Rated R for violence and sexuality | See all certifications »
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Mary Silverbell: You have awfully big thingies.
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A no budget James Bond wantabe.
18 March 2001 | by adwaltSee all my reviews

An action picture with lots of explosions , no production values and flat acting in a plot that is only an excuse to blow up things.

The film looks to be a video transfer in 16:9 format with lots of artifacts in the result, but I must admit I could not watch the thing to the end to see what equipment was used.

The story is a mish-mash of revenge, saving the earth, and the diabolical villain wanting to blow up the earth. The "story" is not helped by the flat performances by a host of actors who have appeared in a large number of good films; Brigette Nielson, however is the name above the title and does not seem to have learned a thing about acting during her career.


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Country:

Philippines | Italy

Language:

English

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2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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