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Alien Siege (2005)

Earth is attacked by the Kulkus, a hostile breed infected by a lethal virus and needing human blood to develop an antidote. Earth's governments negotiate peace terms with the Kulku ... See full summary »

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... Dr. Stephen Chase
... Heather Chase
... Blair
... Commander Kor
... Alex (as Cory Michael Davis)
Gregor Paslawsky ... Jal
... The President
... General Skyler
George Zlatarev ... Drom
Vladimir Nikolov ... Leon Royce
... Tom (as Nasko Srebrev)
Carl Ed ... Holbrook
Ivan Ivanov ... Dr. Baker
Zarkov Binev ... Foster
... Holland
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Earth is attacked by the Kulkus, a hostile breed infected by a lethal virus and needing human blood to develop an antidote. Earth's governments negotiate peace terms with the Kulku ambassador, giving eight million humans shared between the nations to the invaders and in return they would spare the planet. When Heather Chase, the daughter of the scientist Stephen Chase, is one of the selected, her father fights to save her, joining the resistance force. He proposes to Blair and Alex, the leaders of the resistance, to give his researches with some alien material found in 1947, exchanging for the liberty of his daughter. But Heather is a unique species, having genes that heal the Kulkus, and they do not accept her release. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Brian McInnis

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They Were Asked To Die For The Good Of Humanity. They Chose To Fight For Freedom Instead See more »

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Rated R for sci-fi violence | See all certifications »
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26 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Alien Blood  »

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At the beginning of the movie we are told that America's share of the 8 million people the Kulku want is 800,000. A news report then says that 650,000 people have already been picked and we're still short 300,000. That means that for some unexplained reason America's share has gone up by an extra 150,000 to 950,000 people. See more »

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Blair: [Pointing a gun at a soldier] I honestly wouldn't move a muscle. I have anger issues I still need to resolve.
[Evil smirk]
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Truly Sad
29 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

I kept thinking I was watching a bad episode of 'V' or a poor remake of 'Independence Day' or a bad rework of goodness knows how many other sci-fi shows.

The cast all looked as if they could do a good job if only they had little things like a plot or decent characterisation.

The special effects ranged from the quite good (the CGI stuff) to the awful (Plastic alien technology). Also will somebody explain to me why when the dead bad guys leave ray-guns lying around, nobody ever picks them up. OK they do right at the end - maybe it takes a while for the good guys to realise that using advanced weaponry might be a good idea?

Oh well, it's not the worst sci-fi movie ever, maybe.


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