The Robotech Expeditionary Force stages their final assault on the Invid to liberate Earth at all costs along with REF pilot Scott Bernard and the Invid princess Ariel's parallel planetside efforts at the alien's stronghold, Reflex Point. Just before the attack, the fleet gets a distress call from Admiral Rick Hunter and their flagship, SDF-3. In the ensuing mission, which only manages to rescue the android Janice Em, the REF discover that they have been betrayed by their own ally, the Haydenites, whose powerful technology they have supplied now is revealed to be designed to devastatingly enable their own plans of conquest even as the Invid withdraw. As Scott and Ariel join the fleet, the disparate pair and Janice must overcome their comrade's deep distrust to find a means to stop their newest foe before it is too late.
Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Finally after 20 years, Robotech is back with a vengeance!
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Did You Know?
Although Charles Duckworth
recorded all of his lines for the role of Marcus, the role was re-recorded by Yuri Lowenthal
later in post-production. In fact, nearly all of the film's dialogue was re-recorded by the original cast months prior to its release, with additional recasting taking place by having Alexandra Kenworthy
reprising her role as The Regess, who was portrayed by Kari Wahlgren
in the film's initial unreleased dub. See more
Approximately one hour into the movie, Vince Grant turns to Janice Em, Ariel, and Scott Bernard to ask, "Any idea what we're up against?" When seen in long shot with Grant in the foreground, Bernard is wearing a uniform. The camera cuts to a close-up, of the three, in which Bernard is wearing CVR-3 battle armor. In subsequent shots, Bernard is wearing the uniform again. See more
All this technology and they can't put in an elevator?
The end of the broken film at the beginning of the title sequence fits with the other end of the broken film from the opening credits of the original 'Robotech' television series. See more
To Be in Love
Written by Ulpio Minucci
and Arlon Ober See more