Laser Mission (1990) 2007 NR CC

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Mercenary Gold is sent from the CIA to seize the laser expert Braun in Cuba, before the KGB catches him. A recently stolen giant diamond could be used together with Braun's knowledge to construct a laser cannon which could bring power over the whole world. Who will succeed: CIA or KGB - or none of them?

Starring:
Brandon Lee, Debi A. Monahan
Runtime:
1 hour 25 minutes

Laser Mission (1990)

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Adventure, Action
Director BJ Davis
Starring Brandon Lee, Debi A. Monahan
Supporting actors Ernest Borgnine, Graham Clarke, Werner Pochath, Pierre Knoesen, Maureen Lahoud, Ken Gampu, Guy Pringle, Joe Stewardson, Jannie Wienand, Mees Xteen
Studio Synergy Ent
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

They made this movie just for money.
Laura Jean Nola
This collection, plus the suggested 50 pack horror collection are a great bargain, and a real hoot!
John Korkow
This is a very good collection of classic science fiction movies.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

584 of 604 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 29, 2006
Format: DVD
This review is based on the 2012 version of this collection. The collection changes with time, so be sure you know which version you are getting.

This collection of "classic" science fiction gets three stars for value because there are fifty movies for an incredibly low price. On the other hand, you get what you pay for. I should point out that many of these movies are not science fiction. Some movies in this group almost rise to the level of classic; including a couple that surprised me. Most of these movies are Mystery Science Theater 3000 fodder, and many of them actually appeared on MST3000. Highlights, or lowlights, as you prefer:

The Incredible Petrified World: It is incredible that anyone actually paid to see this one in the theater. The acting qualifies as petrified.

Queen of the Amazons: The Amazons needed a man to save them, and us, from this awful movie.

Moon of the Wolf: All star cast and a guy who needs a new razor. A decent movie, though we see too little of the wolf man.

Robot Monster: Sadly, this movie is no longer in the collection, so now you can no longer tell everyone that you know where moth-eaten gorilla suits go when they die.

She Gods of Shark Reef: Roger Corman, Hawaii, and a bunch of sharks; an embarrassing movie even for Corman.

The Amazing Transparent Man: Actually almost a good movie. The special effects were okay.

The Atomic Brain: Show some scantily clad babes, slap the word atomic brain for a title and you have a brilliant science fiction movie; or not.

The Horrors of Spider Island: Women in their undies run around an island with guys and a spider chasing them. A sad end for all of us.
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174 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Charles J. Rector on April 27, 2007
Format: DVD
SciFi Classics is a collection of 50 movies that have only one thing in common: they are all public domain and as such it is possible for them to be presented in highly affordable collections. I paid $21.99 for my set and that comes down to about 44 cents per movie. The way that movie tickets cost nowadays, you really cannot complain about this collection.

Anyways, here is how I rate the movies in SciFi Classics:

Good:

The Amazing Transparent Man

Assignment: Outer Space

Hercules and the Tyrants of Babylon

Hercules Unchained

Killers From Space

Laser Mission

Lost Jungle

Phantom From Space

The Phantom Planet

Planet Outlaws

Queen of the Amazons

The Wasp Woman

Zontar, the Thing From Venus

Average:

Colossus and the Amazon Queen

First Spaceship On Venus

Horrors of Spider Island

Robot Monster

She Gods of Shark Reef

They Came From Beyond Space

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women

Warning From Space

White Pongo

Bad:

The Astral Factor

Attack of the Monsters

The Atomic Brain

Battle of the Worlds

Blood Tide

The Brain Machine

Bride of the Gorilla

Cosmos: War of the Planets

Crash of the Moons

Destroy All Planets

Devil of the Desert vs.
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75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Chuckles on March 4, 2007
Format: DVD
Granted, what this compilation defines as "classic" is rather off-the-mark (unless you consider Ed Wood films as "classic" as well), for the money, this is a great collection of B-to-Z films. Being on the far side of 40, I remember many of these films from my Golden Age of broadcast television, especially the UHF weekend midnight movie showings that usually featured a really bad vampire as the host. And, yes, many of the films are NOT sci-fi in the strictest sense, yet many ARE straight-up low budget sci-fi films. As mentioned in other reviews, many (if not most) are instant MST3K fodder.

One thing I do want to specifically mention is that the collection, at least included in the 50-pack I got, DOES include the Ed Woodian classically bad "Robot Monsters." Mine has it titled as "The Robot Monster" on Disc 1, Side A, film 3. I was actually quite happy to finally be able to view this Z classic of the Earth-invading alien portrayed as a helmut-topped gorilla climbing up & down the same hill over and over again. CLASSIC!

I think other reviewers have covered the overall reviews of the films quite nicely, no need to cover old ground in that regard.

And again, for the money, I have no beef with the quality of the transfers and the sound quality. Certainly no worse than the UHF broadcasts of my youth. And at least this outfit has the class to NOT put their version of the utterly distracting logo icon of their company in the lower-right-corner of the screen as I've seen other public domain DVD releases do (hello, Kino, I'm talking to you).

For me at least, for many idle weekends to come, 15 bucks well spent.
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