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An unexplainable event that has thrust the world into chaos brings two survivors together as a portion of the worlds population presumably infected by a strange outbreak, hunt them. Two survivors, David (Ronan Quarmby) and a teenager named Cameron (Marco Torlage) form a bond as they try to find their lost loved ones, but the young man has a secret about the outbreak all is not as it seems. A race from another world is orchestrating this attack on Earth as they hide in the skies, searching for the one out of seven billion people... searching for Cameron. David must help Cameron find his mom, Ellen (Barbara Harrison) and do what they can to stop the alien attack.
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Growing up in an era of men in rubber masks and pans on a string, I find all CG looking kinda good. However the soundtrack had a faux made-for-TV element to it and the acting were kids who got kicked out of high school drama. The dialogue, except for maybe that one F-word, was all for children. Alien Garabon (Brad Richards) had a fancy for Porsche and caffeine. I always believed in my heart that Starbucks and German automotive engineering would be our contribution to the Federation Galaxy...if not, then Internet porn.
And PLOT SPOILER- maybe. A character "dies" at the end and has one of the worst dragged out death scenes I have ever seen, making spoof death scenes look real...you know the ones where the actor grabs their chest and staggers across the set knocking over furniture, making a second pass, finally going to the ground, kicking their legs up in the air a few times, and then has some final remarks before they do it all one more time. Okay, maybe not quite that bad, but I was screaming, "Die already!" The script was dreadful.
Written, directed, produced, and edited by Grant Humphreys. First attempt.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.
The whole premise was idiotic. Bad human aliens come to the planet and try to control everyone because there's an alien kid they can use for a ransom because his dad isn't helping them on their planet. Wait, so the kid's Dad is bad? I thought the aliens on Earth were bad? So basically the aliens really just want to get the kid's Dad's attention so that he'll help their planet from dying. So the bad aliens are actually not bad aliens at all. Just desperate! But wait a minute... if the kid's Dad is so powerful and so bad that he's letting their planet be destroyed, how the hell can the bad aliens -- I mean desperate aliens -- make it to Earth and have enough power to control the entire planet? And how did the kid get on Earth? And wait a minute... now that we're calling the bad aliens simply desperate aliens, I'm remembering that they are causing the DEATH of millions of humans... so they ARE bad. But so is the kid's Dad. OK OK... later we're told that the bad Dad is dying and the kid will take over. So there's hope for the desperate aliens who are actually bad just like the kid's Dad because they are killing millions of humans. YAY.