|Starring:||Josh Charles, Rutger Hauer, Stuart Wilson, Andrea Roth, Rutger Hauer|
|Run time:||1 hour 27 minutes|
|Rental release:||20 Mar 2004|
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how this pile of ...By a customer from PORTHTOWAN , 09 Sep 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]how this pile of manure ever got 4 stars as a subsciber rating i ll never know . this is one of the worst films i ve ever seen. it has the feel of a 70s tv movie . i really would have to question the intelligance of anyone who rated this highly .avoid it at all costs.
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Seen it beforeBy a customer from Blackpool , 18 Apr 2009Not a bad film and not a good one either.
CROSSWORLDSBy Ricknwuk (4 reviews) from Blackpool , 26 Mar 2009Given the hype in the press I was looking forward to a good movie, instead I had the most boring moving yet, I kept hpoeing it would get going and there were some good parts but there were to few of these , I found myself pushing the fast forward on my remote not something I normaly do !.
I watched the trailer again and the studio had put most of the good bits in the trailer, so my advice is save some money & watch the trailer you won't miss a thing !!
Customer ReviewBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2008Feeble sub-Stargate stuff. No internal logic, no rationale linking the stagey implausible episodes, no narrative coherence, no reason to keep watching and a terrible waste of the inestimable Rutger Hauer.
Passable Sci Fi FodderBy David Langley-Tayler from Weymouth, Dorset England , 11 Feb 2007Wasn't sure what to expect with this as I quite like some of Rutger Hauers films, but I guess it really is just a 1996 sci fi film with not too many special effects.
Being spoilt for effects nowadays makes this hard watching if that is what you are after.
The plot isn't too bad and the acting is up to scratch but the script seems to be a bit lacking.
Not too bad for a sci fi romp but definitely not one to go back to very often.
Would be a briliant remake today in the right hands.
Radiotime Contradiction?By Keiran from England , 13 Jul 2006So its cheap and cliche' yet fun to watch? Alas no. It drags, and drags, and drags its feet. The film has a vague and inspectactular plot with the characters running away from the villians constantly, through regular earth settings. No stargates, no space battles. Just endless running through some coastal American city and its suburbs. They rarely 'leap dimensions', which always involves them being deposited within a 5 mile radius of the villian and then the endless running begins again. Special effects are almost non-existant and if I could give this film a 1 I would. Jack Black made a cameo at the start though, for what its worth.