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Millennium Crisis (2007)

A violent alien species, the Kluduthu, kidnap Aurora and take her to their desert home planet because she holds a secret power which could wipe out all of humanity. But she escapes, only to... See full summary »

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Andrew Bellware
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Cast

Credited cast:
Clare Stevenson ... Aurora
Ted Raimi ... August
Olja Hrustic ... Lucretia
Daryl Boling Daryl Boling ... Murnau
Lindsey Roberts Lindsey Roberts ... Fiona
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Arrup Don Arrup ... Nosferatu-Class Neuronecromotron
Jef Betz Jef Betz ... Klaaghu
Steve Deighan Steve Deighan ... Tuan
Al Del Bene ... Terran Ambassador (as Al DelBene)
Danielle Ellen Danielle Ellen ... Theresa
Anna-Karin Eskilsson Anna-Karin Eskilsson ... Trelissa
Ato Essandoh ... Harkness
Kristin Gedney Kristin Gedney ... Ofelia
Anna Gutto ... Zlygl
Blair Johnson Blair Johnson ... Glaak
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A violent alien species, the Kluduthu, kidnap Aurora and take her to their desert home planet because she holds a secret power which could wipe out all of humanity. But she escapes, only to find herself in the middle of a war which has been going on for millions of years. Can she fight them, or will she become one of them? Written by Andrew Bellware

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The Terran and Andromedean Empires have enjoyed a fragile peace for almost 100 years. That time is about to end.

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Rated R for some nudity
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Harkness: Lexi, what did you do to Murnau?
Lexi: I used an atomic decelerator on him!
Harkness: And why did you choose such a weapon?
Lexi: Potential energy weapons are banned on Altair IV.
Harkness: So you etherized his entire corporeal being? We have expended much, including the life of Fiona in order to make Klaaghu who is a Lazerene like myself into Kluduthu. Now, his entire corporeal being has been dissolved by an ancient and impractical weapon, and do you think you killed him?
Lexi: No.
Harkness: No.
Lucretia: He may yet be Kluduthu.
Lexi: Well then it's alright?
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Tedious Home Brewed SciFi
26 May 2008 | by NardacBlefscuSee all my reviews

While demonstrating skill in cinematography and art direction, this micro-budget sci-fi indie is appallingly constructed and suffers from lifeless direction and even worse editing. Much like the various fan films for STAR WARS and THE MATRIX, most of the effort has been spent on video game cut-scene CGI (which to be honest isn't the worst you'll ever see)and pretty costumes, but not a finger lifted to devise compelling characters or coherent storyline. I've got a cast iron stomach when it comes to watching terrible movies, but I just had to bail out after the 45m mark. I know people will scream "Hey, you should've given it a chance!" or "Look! It's a zero budget indie built with honest sincere sweat and the finest of intentions", but to that I cry "bull-plop." A film should be judged for what it is not on some sliding scale or crouched in polite language to shield the egos of thin skinned wannabe filmmakers. This film is terrible and the only joy I can take from it's release is that at least it wasn't a Polonia Brother(s) film.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 August 2007 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Bloodmask See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Braidwood Films See more »
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1.85 : 1
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