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Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion (2000)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 21 April 2000
Set in San Diego, the movie follows the desperate acts of Bill Templer head of a covert defense agency perpetrating a terrifying fraud on the American public - involving the imminent ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dale Midkiff ... Bill Templer
Dondre Whitfield ... Kevin Anjanette (as Dondre T. Whitfield)
Stephen Tobolowsky ... B.J. McQueen
Chyna ... Ava Zurich
Kelly Perine ... Jack the Realitor
Grace Phillips Grace Phillips ... Dr. Sydney Templer
Scott Lowell ... Laird Jones
Paul Schulze ... Jamison Collier
Whitney Dylan ... Kendra Van Dillion
Greg Callahan Greg Callahan ... Secretary of Defense
Troy Evans ... General
James Whitson James Whitson ... General
John Koyama ... Eddie Yamada
Meredith Morton Meredith Morton ... Trish Collier
Jordan Butcher ... Andy Collier
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Set in San Diego, the movie follows the desperate acts of Bill Templer head of a covert defense agency perpetrating a terrifying fraud on the American public - involving the imminent invasion of aliens - by leaking to the press a satellite image of an alien armada poised to strike earth. As terror of an alien attack spreads, the President of the United States orders the launching of Peacemaker, a surveillance satellite retrofitted with a nuclear warhead. Templer's elaborate plot is threatened when police detective Kevin Anjanette discovers that the alien images were faked. To protect his scheme, Templer swiftly unleashes the lethal head of his security, Ava Zurich, onto Anjanette. But it's soon revealed that an alien force actually does exist and is poised to strike if Peacemaker is used. In order to protect mankind from total annihilation, Anjanette must race to abort the nuclear bomb that will trigger the alien attack. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG-13 for violence and brief sensuality | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Alien Fury See more »

Filming Locations:

San Diego, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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The disc that is mistakenly erased cannot be a CD-RW because when the label was peeled, it said "CD-R" and the bottom of the disc was blue which is used in Azo and Cyanine CD-R dyes, while CD-RW discs use a crystalline compound that looks silver or metallic gray. See more »

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The Story Is So Absurd and Ridiculous That Becomes Funny
4 August 2004 | by Claudio CarvalhoSee all my reviews

In San Diego, the powerful Bill Templer (Dale Midkiff) leads a governmental defense agency, and after the explosion of an expensive satellite, the government intends to shut-down his agency. He frauds the government and the population with images showing the danger of an alien attack to justify the explosion of the equipment. The aliens were in the hidden side of the moon ready for attacking Earth. Templer convinces American government to send a nuclear weapon and blows the alien force up before the invasion of Earth. Detective Kevin Anjanette (Dondré T. Whitfield) finds that the images used by Bill Templer are forged and threatens his plans to regain power. This story is so absurd and ridiculous that becomes funny. `Alien Fury' hooked my attention until the last scene to check the capacity of a writer and a director to make such an unbelievable mess. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): `Fúria Alienígena' (`Alien Fury')


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