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Dude, I'm telling you, look, there's something weird about her.
What, like Jerry Springer weird?
No, no, no, no, no. I'm talking E.T., Area 51, brother from another planet type weird.
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Good Pilot, Embarrassingly Poor Military References
This is a reasonable TV pilot. I would even watch the series if only the SciFi channel would hire a military consultant to sufficiently cultivate the illusion of realism.
Here are my military complaints: (1) The uniforms do not match the depicted branch of service. (2) The mixed-gender assault element in the beginning of the film is unbelievable. (3) The Aliens-style crab-walk-with-a-rifle does not pass even school-children's idea of tactical muster.
The protagonist is believable in other respects, not to mention physically attractive without crossing the 1950's Amazon Action Heroine threshold. The directing seemed inspired, the casting excellent, and the acting well above the level demanded by the mediocre script!
(BBB: 1 primary character)
(Preference: Conspiracy theorists)
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