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Ice Planet (2001)

| Sci-Fi | 2001 (Germany)
The end of our world is the beginning on another...

Director:

Winrich Kolbe

Writer:

Michal Conford (as M.G. Conford)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Reiner Schöne ... Senator Jeremy Uvan (as Reiner Schoene)
Sab Shimono ... Karteez A. Rumla
James O'Shea ... Jacques Caano
Valeriy Nikolaev Valeriy Nikolaev ... Luther Blade (as Valera Nikolaev)
Rae Baker Rae Baker ... Shinada
Amber Willenborg Amber Willenborg ... Jeleca Uvan
Anna Brüggemann ... Eleni (as Anna Brueggeman)
Gregory Millar Gregory Millar ... Charles Elchanan Nickels
Wes Studi ... Commander Jonah Trager
Anne Alexander-Sieder ... Esther Nickels (as Anne Alexander)
Xavier Anderson Xavier Anderson ... Duty Officer
Shellye Broughton ... Renata Kaylar
Jaymes Butler ... Dyomo Malvai
Veronica Clifford Veronica Clifford ... Contessa
Stephanie Coker Stephanie Coker ... Exotic Chanteuse
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In the brief period of peace after a terrible war in a far future Earth, an outer-space military academy is attacked by an unknown and unstoppable alien force. The commander of the academy, along with a group of newly graduated cadets, escapes to a large research station. Pursued by the aliens, the station jumps through a mysterious hyperspace gateway that sends them to a planet in an unknown part of the universe. Where are they, and will they ever be able to return to Earth? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The end of our world, is the beginning of another....

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WILHELM SCREAM: When the blue alien shoots 3 of the enemy aliens at once. See more »

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Symphony No.7: Adagio
Composed by Anton Bruckner
performed exclusively for the soundtrack by members of Münchner Symphoniker (as The Munich Symphony Orchestra) (c) 2001
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Probably one of the worst Sci-Fi movies
8 June 2003 | by radursmSee all my reviews

If you want to see a mixture of the '50's and '60's Sci-Fi scripts and special effects with modern techniques, then go see the movie. Probably a low budget movie, since they couldn't afford a better scenario, as it starts with a story of a war (what's new?) between two terrestrial factions and it ends with some 1000 people on a strange planet, starting a new life... The connection between the key elements of the story is weak, the people inside are not interesting (old models of heroes from Star Trek, mostly, some elements of the oldies - "The forbidden planet"; "Time Machine") as well as not original at all, as if the movie-makers discovered the bicycle at the beginning of the 21 century... Sorry to say, no logical story, cheap FX, actors are not convincing at all; and the story is not even funny, to recommend it for kids. If I take into account its complexity, I'd recommend it to 10-11 years old kids. It is one of those movies that made you think why you have spent 2 hours of a lovely night for nothing?


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2001 (Germany) See more »

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El planeta de hielo See more »

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