In the Nevada mountains between Las Vegas and Reno in the desolate nuclear testing grounds of Dreamland (Area 51), a young couple Megan (Jackie Kreisler) and Dylan (Shane Elliott) stop in a greasy spoon cafe where they learn about the Area 51 government base a few miles away. After they get back on the road, Dylan turns on the radio. The only broadcast he can find is a speech from Adolf Hitler at the 1936 Olympic Games. The car dies and a visitor appears from another moment in time. When Megan and Dylan look closely they realise that it is Hitler from the past.
Meghan and Dylan are crossing the Nevada desert in an old car to visit her foster parents, and Meghan sees a little girl alone in the desert. They stop at the "Little A'Le'Inn" diner, a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nilufer R (gb) wrote: I don't know why I wanted to watch this flick after 22 years it was made. Probably that was a mistake, I'm sure it would feel a lot more original and exciting then, now it's dull and almost predictable with poor acting.
Leslie V (jp) wrote: I grew up watching this movie. This is my favorite movie of all time. I've literally watched this movie at least 10,000 times.
Russ B (ca) wrote: 8/5/2016: A pretty good movie with a great cast. A sci fi thriller with some good action.
Violet V (gb) wrote: While not as good or as inspiring as the first movie. Second best still has tender moments, laugh out loud scenes and motivating messages to make it worth a watch.
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