Reunion of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century leads, Gil Gerard and Erin Gray. See more »
All outdoor scenes show high winds on the foreground plants in the approaching hurricane, but no or little tree branch movement in background trees. See more »
It's as if a nuclear-powered Trite-Writer 3000 went idiotic
One cliché after another that fuels some awful acting. There is a lame attempt at a lesbian relationship, that would make any lesbian cringe. The programmer keeps trying to hit on the heroine, her partner, the sheriff. There is a hurricane and the probability of a nuclear plant meltdown, yet the 'maintenance man' is more concerned with eating and his lunch break - right up to the last five minutes of this disaster. A woman gives birth in a barn in the middle of a hurricane and immediately thereafter is able to run briskly up the road to a house as if she had just made toast where she, the sheriff, and the clueless programmer are met with, "oh a baby!" I won't waste the reader's time writing about the dreadful writing, acting, editing, production (de)-values in this waste of film. AVOID AT ALL COSTS!
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