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Cl.One (2005)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | 14 March 2005 (USA)
Humanity is on the verge of extinction after nuclear fallout from the war renders every living thing on Earth infertile. Chancellor Derek Strombourg, mourning the death of his daughter, ... See full summary »

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Jason J. Tomaric
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jeff St. Clair Jeff St. Clair ... Derek Strombourg
Gary Skiba Gary Skiba ... Joshua Adams / Flashback Parent
James Kisicki James Kisicki ... Elias Oligaric
Bill Caco ... Orin Stalward
Valerie Renee Law Valerie Renee Law ... Mira DelForna
Nick Zelletz Nick Zelletz ... Kyle Albright
Charles Eduardos Charles Eduardos ... Harris
Steve Snyder Steve Snyder ... Galen
Jennifer Sumerak Jennifer Sumerak ... Laura Bristol
Ron Riegler Ron Riegler ... Senator Mathias
Michael K. Brown Michael K. Brown ... Jurgen
Scott Davis Scott Davis ... Medical Technician
Almino J. Taddeo Almino J. Taddeo ... Slater
Jacqui Decker Jacqui Decker ... Professor Cooper
Dick Goddard Dick Goddard ... Overseer
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Humanity is on the verge of extinction after nuclear fallout from the war renders every living thing on Earth infertile. Chancellor Derek Strombourg, mourning the death of his daughter, must find the one person whose genetic structure can bring life to thousands of dormant human clones. Fighting him is an underground rebellion struggling to prevent this awesome power from falling into the hands of Derek's new world order. Written by Anonymous

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A New Kind of Warrior

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Not Rated
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Entire movie was shot digitally for only $20,000. See more »

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Speak Up Sonny!
10 August 2006 | by daverpdxSee all my reviews

Perhaps I could get over the generally poor quality of this movie's production standards if it hadn't been for the sound. But the Casio soundtrack is almost the only thing the audience can hear. It drowns out the dialog to the point that there is no chance of actually watching the entire DVD. Naturally there is no captioning either. Even if the sound had been edited properly the fact remains that this would be a D minus movie at best. It has the overall feel of a rejected Sci-Fi Channel Original. The pathetic computer generated graphics put the special in special effects. And I mean special in the Special Olympics sense of the word. They truly resemble the graphics from the original Play Station, yet we are intended to believe that they are footage of the transportation of the future. Again, poor effects can be forgiven, but the thin plot and sad attempt at social commentary cannot. If you can actually sit through the whole thing, you should have yourself checked. You may be a clone genetically engineered to survive the most heinous of tortures, really bad movies. Not even Joel, Crow and Tom Servo could make this one watchable.


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Jason J. Tomaric

Country:

USA | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 March 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Clone See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$13,585, 15 October 2000

Gross USA:

$21,496
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1.85 : 1
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