I especially liked the fireworks as the secret weapon. Page had awesome technique in taking out those aliens with fire works 58:26. I was looking at what I could watch on netflix and ended up here. lol
Salma Hayek? Yo no sé porquè la ponen pa que la veamos en película, Ella no sirve para eso Ella ni en telenovelas actúa, nomás mírenla, el zonzo de Banderas pa què le besò la frente sí no se iban a separar, ahí andubo tras El como perro faldero, ahora cuando la hirierom, no paraba de dar berridos, qué vergüenza de actuación, de Plano no sirve.
Pasaba una escena, venía otra y otra tras otra y Ella con Los mísmos berridos.
One of the hokiest movies of all time.Thoroughly hilarious...especially scenes where Luke was called Patrick or the President takes cover, while under fire, behind a gas pump; and killing off the high tech aliens with bottle rockets. Most of all the thought that someone got paid to get stoned enough to write this cesspool of a movie. What a stinker.
What a crock of garbage. ANOTHER black President!!! How about a Chinese one for a change. LOL. Somebody should also take the costumiers to one side and show them how the military wear a beret. Don't bother with this C movie crap.
Holly cow, what 10 year old wrote this? And who the hell decided it'd be a good idea to make a "C" movie out of it? Not so much Sci-fi as moan and groan due to the strain of trying to keep your eyelids open beyond the first 10 minutes.
@MLP Candy TV You should be ashamed to put your name to anything half as bad as this!
Another take on the movie "4th of July." To bad the beginning and end were chopped off. That was one fast CH-53 chopper to get from the temperate Washington, DC to the parched hills of SoCal. Had to be doing nearly the speed of light. Another thing, the big choppers like Marine One are not very good at flying evasive maneuvers against a jet powered fighter craft. A couple of broad bursts and it is down. An advanced alien race that can travel between solar systems could easily down a chopper, as easily as the did the two fighters If the father was truly in Force Recon, then why did he not take the weapons of the fallen aliens? As a Veteran, I love to tear these movies apart for their stupidity, even if it is good entertainment. Al Have A Good Night and A Better Tomorrow. - - - A Navy and Army Veteran, 1965-1994
I could tell this film was bogus and the lowest of the low budget be films when I looked at the girl with blonde hair and Marilyn Monroe read lipstick that could stop and 18 wheeler from a half a mile down the road! So many things wrong with this film it is impossible to start naming them. I have to look it up and find out if they even made back the costs of production
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I can always tell when Americans have written the scripts for movies. It is because the dialogue is so.....so,,,, almost childish or just plain cliche ish. Also, love the California foothills in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.
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