Dark Planet (1997) Movie Review

Dark Planet (1997)

1997 | R | Sci-Fi
99 minutes /

User Score: 50/100


Two sides, one known as the Alphas and the other the Rebels, struggle in a brutal war on Earth and in outer space...

Dark Planet 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

About Dark Planet (1997)

Title: Dark Planet
Year: 1997
Runtime: 99 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Sci-Fi
Score: 1 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 2.5/5 stars from 6 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 6
MPAA Rating: R
Starring: Michael York, Harley Jane Kozak, Sal Landi, Ed O'Ross, Phil Morris, Karen Mayo-Chandler, Christopher Landry, Mark Folger, Maria Ford, Paul Mercurio, Amy Beth Cohn, Blake Boyd, Rick Johnson, Ed Evanko, Rod Arrants, John Beck
Writers: S.O. Lee, Jo Reifel, Buzz Dixon
Director: Albert Magnoli

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