C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson star in this sci-fi thriller that finds the citizens of planet Earth forced to prove their worth or else suffer complete and total annihilation. As hundreds of enormous intergalactic robots appear in major cities throughout the world, the future of our civilization hinges on our ability to convince the invaders that our sole purpose in life isn't to spread suffering and misery while laying waste to the planet that has nurtured our species. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
This was bought for me at xmas, mistakenly by some kind relative thinking it was the Keanu Reeves film. It is cringeworthingly awful, dreadful in every sense of the word and can only have been made and released to dupe people into viewing it on the back of the aforementioned epic. It doesn't even have the crass appeal of a B movie, the effects are ridiculous, storyline paltry and acting shocking. Will they ever learn that flashing womens boobs and butts will not save a film this awful, it should have been scrapped before the first line was ever recorded. The only 'highlight' in such a meagre effort is the appearance of Sinead McCafferty, now she really is hot despite not being able to act for toffee!
1.09 A Cop, a Mountie and a Baby (1994-12-01) Writer: Paul Haggis (Created By), Peter Colley (Story By), Kathy Slevin (Story By), Kathy Slevin (Screenwriter) Director: Steve DiMarco Cast: Paul Gross (Constable Benton Fraser), David Marciano (Detective Ray Vecchio), Beau Starr (Lt. Harding Welsh), Daniel Kash (Detective Louis Gardino), Tony Craig (Detective Jack Huey), Catherine Bruhier (Elaine), Natalie Radford (Louise Webber), Mark Ruffalo (Vinnie Webber), Diego Chambers (Claude), Elizabeth Lennie (Morrisot), Jackie Richardson (Receptionist), Roger Dunn (Store Owner), Donald Fleckser (Motel Clerk), Quentin Meloff (Baby Jamie), Andrew Meloff (Baby Jamie), Joel Meloff (Baby Jamie)
An okay episode. Nothing special. Mark Ruffalo appears in an early role.