Interstellar Wars full movie review - Amateur Night at the Bijou (Part 1)
It's very seldom that I treat myself to the viewing of two big turds in one night, but I guess I'm just lucky, huh?
The first piece of excrement is entitled Interstellar Wars (a/k/a Independence Wars: Insurgence). I am thinking those involved with this mess knew from the get-go their attempt at movie-making would bomb so they thought if they gussied up their product by giving it a name that linked it to another movie (Independence Day 2: Resurgence), they might get a few nibbles.
This movie is indescribable. There is BAD, then there's REAL BAD, and then the coup de grace of AWFUL. Here we have BEYOND awful. The plot goes something like this: an alien spacecraft appears from the "dark side of the moon" and has a "special" ray it uses on us land dwellers to turn us into zombies. Oh, and that's it: ONE spaceship with three drones. You will never see an alien. Oh, and it's very reassuring to know our planet is guarded by four people who probably don't have an opposable thumb between them, and one VERY long-in-the-tooth general. The majority of the cast reminded me of porn stars who took a day off and decided to "do something different." When you are billed in the cast as the "hot zombie," kinda' makes you wonder, don't it?!
Not rated, not worth watching--yet you have to see it in order to appreciate its AWFULNESS. If ever a movie deserved a "0" rating, this one is it.