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A. I. Assault (2006)

Director: Jim Wynorski (as "Jay Andrews")

Writers: Jim Wynorski (as "Jay Andrews"); Bill Monroe

Music by: Chuck Cirino

Producer: Paul Hertzberg

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joshua Cox
Actor
9-Aug-1965   Peter Riggs on Strong Medicine
Michael Dorn
Actor
9-Dec-1952   Worf on Star Trek: TNG
Joe Lando
Actor
9-Dec-1961   Byron Sully on Dr. Quinn
Hudson Leick
Actor
9-May-1969   Callisto on Xena
Bill Mumy
Actor
1-Feb-1954   Will Robinson on Lost in Space
Alexandra Paul
Actor
29-Jul-1963   Lt. Holden on Baywatch
Robert Picardo
Actor
27-Oct-1953   Holographic doctor on Star Trek: Voyager
George Takei
Actor
20-Apr-1937   Sulu on Star Trek
Tim Thomerson
Actor
8-Apr-1946   Gene/Jean on Quark

CAST

Joe Lando   ...   Maj. Richard Tunney
Lisa LoCicero   ...   Susan Foster
Joshua Cox   ...   Jack McKenna
Blake Gibbons   ...   Drake
Hudson Leick   ...   Tiffany Smith
With
Michael Dorn   ...   Gen. Buskirk
Bill Mumy   ...   Maj. Heath
Alexandra Paul   ...   Marlon Adams
Robert Picardo   ...   Sean Foster
George Takei   ...   Lane
Tim Thomerson   ...   Adm. Harrison
Roark Critchlow   ...   Daryl Cage
John J. Dalesandro   ...   Reece
Jay Richardson   ...   Dr. Trent
Paul Logan   ...   Saunders
Adam Lieberman   ...   Lt. Bill Gordon
Yvonne Scio   ...   Victoria Scott
Clayton Landey   ...   Maj. Steve Tyler
Mike Baldridge   ...   Dr. Virgil Finley
Tony Gonzalez   ...   Derek Williams
Glenn Schaeffer   ...   Money Changer
Terrell Tilford   ...   Mike Kirby

REVIEWS

Review by Richard (posted on 10-Sep-2007)

The first scene starts with a man shooting a 1911 handgun at a war machine. The slide does not move and he never runs out of bullets. The remote control (to shut down the machine) never works. Who would ever design a system like that? NO ONE, that's who. George Takei plays an Air Force Major. Talk about miscasting! He is old enough to be at least a General! The acting is not too bad but, the script is hideous. I pity the actors who were in this lame excuse for a 'movie'. I want to know why does the Sci Fi channel abuses it's audience with garbage like this when they have plenty of good shows and movies available to them?


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