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Space Cop (2016)

Space Cop is the story of a cop from the future of space who travels back in time to the present and is teamed up with a cop from the past who is unfrozen in the present. Together, they must defeat evil aliens with a sinister plan.


Mike Stoklasa (screenplay), Mike Stoklasa (story) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Rich Evans ... Space Cop
Mike Stoklasa ... Detective Ted Cooper
Jocelyn Ridgely Jocelyn Ridgely ... Zorba
Chike Johnson Chike Johnson ... Agnon
Jay Bauman Jay Bauman ... Grigg
Dale Jackson Dale Jackson ... Chief Washington
Zach McLain Zach McLain ... Charlie
Deborah Clifton Deborah Clifton ... Receptionist
Bo Johnson Bo Johnson ... Dr. Snodgrass
Rick Pendzich Rick Pendzich ... Officer Cunningham
Tim Higgins Tim Higgins ... Bartender / Moon Mayor
Alison Mary Forbes Alison Mary Forbes ... Charlie's Wife
Patton Oswalt ... Space Police Chief
Nate Schwefel Nate Schwefel ... Timmy
Steve Piper Steve Piper ... Timmy's Dad


Space Cop is a sci-fi schlock comedy about a cop from the future (of space) who travels to the present, where he's teamed up with a cryogenically frozen cop from the past who has been thawed out in the present. Out of time and out of place, these two unwitting heroes must work together to save the world from a group of renegade aliens and the re-animated brain of a mad scientist bent on global extinction. Written by Space Cop Movie official website

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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Coincidentally, the plane crash scene that took place in the film was being "worked on" on September 11th, 2001. See more »


The Science Business Weekly magazine cover in Agnon's office has several typos including the clumsy phrase "metal new alloy" and two improper uses of the possessive "its" as its' and it's within the same sentence. See more »


Space Cop: [Walking out of Agnon's office with a dish of M&Ms] I'm confiscating these... they're M-&-evidence.
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I was satisfied
4 December 2016 | by hlocnwSee all my reviews

I enjoyed this movie because of the lessons it teaches about telling a story on a tiny budget.

Mike, Rich, and Jay (along with the other members of the RLM team) focus most of their output talking about movies, about what makes them work and what makes the fall short.

Space Cop is very self-aware, and I don't think it can be viewed by itself as a standalone movie. In many ways, it is a meta-movie, designed to point out the elements that comprise storytelling on the screen.

It's not hilarious or beautiful or fascinating; it's something else, a secondary communication from the creators that brings together many of the ideas from Half In the Bag, Best of the Worst, and The Plinkett Reviews.

I enjoyed this movie, but I did lot of homework with RLM over the years to get the points they are making. I accept it for what it is.

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Release Date:

12 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

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Red Letter Media See more »
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2.35 : 1
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