Planet Earth

Planet Earth

Planet Earth is a sequel to Gene Roddenberry's Genesis II (1973) made-for-TV movie, in which a NASA scientist, Dylan Hunt, is revived from suspended animation in the post-nuclear war United States. In Planet Earth, Dylan is now a sworn member of PAX, the colony of people who revived him. Dylan and his PAX team find another colony which is ruled by women and where all men are slaves. He is captured and sold as a slave, but escapes and organizes a rebellion. Dylan once again has a profound influence in the new world that he finds himself in, in the year 2233

A man awakens from suspended animation and finds himself in the 22nd century, where he finds that women rule the world and that men are slaves called Dinks. He is captured and sold as a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel G (br) wrote: mestre Allan Stewart Knigsberg <3

Doctor S (us) wrote: Damn you Milla Jovovich and your sexy red dress, you have seduced me into watching the third of these movies. T-virus zombies have now taken over the world so it's Apocalypse-as-usual, stealing ideas and scenes from The Road Warrior and the modern Dawn of the Dead among others. Milla's haircut gets an 'A' for Awful but the intense action returns to the level of the first film (with many callbacks to that picture) plus some decent effects, a nifty ending, and that unsurpassable little red dress.

Peer T (gb) wrote: If you like "Saving Private Ryan" you will like this film. A bit melodramatic but overall an awesome movie. Definitely a tearjerker.

Nick B (ag) wrote: An emotionally powered film. Zach Braff is awesome from all perspectives. Acting, directing and writing. Natalie Portman is fantastic. Peter Sarsgaard is great. Ian Holm is good. The emotion hits you like a punch to the gut. Amazing film.

Rosie T (ag) wrote: Random and retarded but still funny.

Va Y (fr) wrote: My fav. bollywood film and i love aamir and Madhuri.

Rich B (br) wrote: Die Hard knockoff meets Obama knockoff in a trite, campy, lets-blow-things-up bit of silliness.