Dark Angel (2000–2002)
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12 genetically enhanced childern escape from a military base that created them. 10 years later, after The Pulse, a magnetic bomb that destroyed every computer in USA, has struck, Max ... See full summary »

Director:

David Nutter

Writers:

James Cameron (created by), Charles H. Eglee (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica Alba ... Max Guevera / X5-452
Michael Weatherly ... Logan Cale
Alimi Ballard ... Herbal Thought
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn ... Kendra Maibaum (as Jennifer Blanc)
Richard Gunn ... Calvin 'Sketchy' Theodore
J.C. MacKenzie ... Reagan 'Normal' Ronald (as J.C. Mackenzie)
Valarie Rae Miller ... Cynthia 'Original Cindy' McEachin
John Savage ... Donald Lydecker
Stanley Kamel ... Edgar Sonrisa
Kristin Bauer van Straten ... Lydia Meyerson (as Kristin Bauer)
Paul Popowich ... Darren McKennon
Kim Hawthorne ... Jacinda Katsuno
Douglas O'Keeffe ... Bruno Anselmo
Sarah-Jane Redmond ... Lauren Braganza
Lauren Lee Smith ... Natalie (as Lauren Smith)
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Storyline

12 genetically enhanced childern escape from a military base that created them. 10 years later, after The Pulse, a magnetic bomb that destroyed every computer in USA, has struck, Max Guevara, one of the 12 escapees, is a bike messenger in (what's left of) Seattle and with cyberjournalist, Logan Cale, she tries to rid the world of crime and corruption, avoid her creators and uncover her past. Written by Lisa Zhong

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Engineered To Raise Hell.


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Pilot for the TV series. See more »

Goofs

When Logan sees the bag of antiques Max tried to steal, there is a statue that he says is attributed to Chitarus. What he meant was Chiparus (Demetre Chiparus, a Romanian art deco sculptor, who worked primarily during the 1920's and 1930's, creating chryselephantine (ivory and bronze) statutes , primarily of women. See more »

Quotes

Logan Cale: I need a favor.
Max Guevara: You can keep this. I really don't have anyplace to put it.
Logan Cale: I need you to do a little leg work for me. Joel Solinski. This guy's got a wife with three kids, an ex-wife with two kids, a mistress, and two girlfriends. The wives get houses, the mistress a condo, and everybody gets a car... all on a harbormaster's salary.
Max Guevara: I caught the tail end of your hack. The guy's on the take. He's paid to look the other way while the smugglers deep-six their cargo.
Logan Cale: He's made a fortune... as an ...
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References Xena: Warrior Princess (1995) See more »

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I like it
6 October 2000 | by jwinters-2See all my reviews

I thought this had the right blend of character, plot, futuristic stuff and special effects without going over board. It will take a while to get going, but the acting was good and I was intrigued by the angel who is not to hard to look at. I like the attitude too! Certainly not like other attempts at futuristic stories.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 October 2000 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Seattle, Washington, USA See more »

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Budget:

$10,000,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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