Dark Planet (1998) Sci-Fi Movie Review
Sci-Fi movies Review
Yes it is the year 2638; this is the year of the cleansing war; different factions of people such as Alphas (genetically engineered), and the Rebels (natural born) with a few other factions are tossed in.
Suddenly the head ruthless Alpha, Capt. Winter (Michael York), is forced to cooperate with an equally determined and suspicious Rebel, Col. Liz Brendan (Harley Jane Kozak) on a mysterious mission through a wormhole to a mysterious Dark Planet. The only person to get us there is a renegade (Blake Boyd) that neither side likes or trusts.
As we are treated to treachery and tragedy, we want to know why?
This film has that good and bad independent film feel.
Red Planet ~ Benjamin Bratt
Synopsis:A man struggles with memories of his past, including a wife he cannot remember, in a nightmarish world with no sun and run by beings with telekinetic powers who seek the souls of humans.
About Dark Planet (1998)
Starring: Kiefer Sutherland, Bruce Spence, William Hurt, Jennifer Connelly, Richard O'Brien, Melissa George, David Wenham, Nicholas Bell, Colin Friels, Rufus Sewell, Ian Richardson, John Bluthal, Ritchie Singer, Michael Lake, Alan Cinis, Bill Highfield, Terry Bader, Rosemary Traynor, Edward Grant, Maureen O'Shaughnessy, Mitchell Butel, Frank Gallacher, Justin Monjo, Satya Gumbert, Noah Gumbert, Frederick Miragliotta, Peter Sommerfeld, Timothy Jones, Jeanette Cronin, Paul Livingston
Runtime: 100 minutes
Director: Alex Proyas, Alexander Serpico
MPAA Rating: R
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