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A team of scientists explore a new planet and find much more than expected.

Director:

Andrew Wild

Writers:

Jeff Hare (screenplay), Declan O'Brien (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Sean Patrick Flanery ... Randall Cain
Reagan Pasternak ... Allison Carlson
Joel Keller ... Duncan West
Roman Podhora Roman Podhora ... James Carlson
James McGowan ... John Stotzer
Kevin Hanchard ... Vickers
Sarah Danielle Madison ... Gretchen Miller
Anthony Ashbee Anthony Ashbee ... Joe Alvares
David Sparrow ... Carter Mason
Marie Ward ... Ellen Bertzyk (as Brandi Marie Ward)
Michelle Stephenson Michelle Stephenson ... Keira Blackburn
Jake Simons ... Edward Harling
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Trudi Reaume ... Gretchen (voice)
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A team of scientists visit an unknown planet in hopes of finding a new, safe, world. Instead they find a mutated species that turns the expedition deadly. Written by Unknown

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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 May 2007 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Divlji planet See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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Color
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Duncan states "It would take light-years just to send DNA through space..." implying it would take a very long time (which he confirms in his next line). A light-year is a measurement of distance, not time. Also, the planet they are going to is only 20 light-years away. See more »

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Yet another unimaginative monsters-chase-humans flick created for the SciFi Channel.
12 August 2006 | by schneiderdickSee all my reviews

Yet another unimaginative monsters-chase-humans flick created for the SciFi Channel. I won't reveal the monster for fear you might laugh yourself into a coma. A scientific team with soldiers teleports to a far off planet (a la Stargate) to find a plant that will produce enough oxygen to save Earth, which is choking on its own pollution. The gear everyone carries looks like toys and the canvas tents and cots don't seem very futuristic. Things go wrong, the team is stranded, and the monsters pick them off as they make their way to the back-up teleporter device. Every so often the Director of Photography shakes the camera to tell us the planet is unstable. In between the "excitement" we're treated to some fairly lame interpersonal dialogue. Sean Patrick Flanery makes the best of the dreadful script. The special effects are about as cheesy as you can get. Otherwise, it's a great romp.


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