Battle Planet (2008)
Dispatched on a top-secret mission to a distant planet, special-forces captain Jordan Strider (Zack Ward) must choose between fulfilling his duties and saving the world after uncovering a malevolent interstellar plot to wipe out humankind. The New World Alliance knows Captain Strider is a loyal soldier, so they sent him on one of the most dangerous missions imaginable. It appears that traitors are plotting against the Alliance on Terra 219. It's Captain Strider's job to bring the bad guys in. Outfitted with a state-of-the-art, government-issued power suit, Captain Strider blasts off to his deep-space destination. Upon arriving, he learns that the human race is in greater danger than ever before. Armed with the knowledge that Earth's days may be numbered, yet explicitly instructed not to waver from his mission, the conflicted military man prepares to make a choice that could alter the course of human history. … More
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Definitely trying to capitalise on the likes of Halo, District 9, G.I.Joe and Avatar with it's mecha-suit type thing. The plot is quite interesting for such a low-budget TV movie. A soldier is sent to a planet to assassinate a rival, only to discover he is just a test of a prototype and will eventually be exterminated himself. It does a lot with it's budget and the alien creatures don't look too bad. Eventually, the obvious earth settings and predictable dialogue take their toll. The film does have a very brave and impressive ending, refusing to compromise and pull a third act twist out of it's ass.More
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