A father has a recurring dream of losing his family. His nightmare turns into reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction. Fighting for their lives, he comes to realize an unknown strength to keep them safe from harm.
According to his faculty pass, Jason Hopper is two months younger than the actor playing him 22/10/64 and 21/8/64 respectively. See more »
Considering the length of the hanging rope, if it were cut at the top, one would not need to pull on it for the rope to fall. See more »
Uh, not to overstep my bounds, but uh... your girlfriend could be really annoying sometimes.
Cara's not my girlfriend, dude.
Uh, she's not?
No. Sometimes, I don't even think she's a girl.
Oh, she's totally a girl.
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Dear Camden and Jack, Remember when we made STRINGS and forgot to give you screen credit? Here ya go: CAMDEN MCCOY Cleveland's Son, Age 6 JACK RYAN Cleveland's Son, Age 14 Sorry, Mark and Ben See more »
Ok, so this is a B-movie per se, but let's be fair, great directors an actors have come from such fodder. Yes it's sluggish and pondersome for the first 30 mins but obviously characters are trying to be shown and justified, also the film must have been made linear as the actors clearly start bonding later in the movie. So what gives it an eight in score, well for sci-fi it is something different and does try very hard, the vfx are good, the humour enough and in the end a happy marriage of actors which clearly had fun. Yes the usual questions arise in the storyline but only if you're being pedantic, it's sci-fi, it's not real life. Thusly sit back, relax and take it for what it is, plain fun. Happily, the main protagonists all deserve a decent chance in the future as do the technical side.
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