Zone Troopers (1985) - Rotten Tomatoes

Zone Troopers (1985)

Zone Troopers

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Movie Info

In this film, a group of American soldiers, led by Sgt. Patrick Stone (Tim Thomerson), find themselves trapped behind enemy lines during World War II. However, when the soldiers stumble across a downed alien spaceship, they enlist some otherworldly help in their struggle to defeat the Nazis.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Danny Bilson, Paul de Meo
In Theaters:
On DVD: Nov 26, 1991
Runtime:
Empire Pictures

Cast

Tim Thomerson
as Sgt. Patrick "Sarge"...
Timothy Van Patten
as Joey Verona
Art LaFleur
as Cpl. George "Mittens...
William Paulson
as The Alien
Art La Fleur
as Cpl. George "Mittens...
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Critic Reviews for Zone Troopers

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

While it has its flaws, it's at least original and often worth a laugh or two.

Full Review… | November 30, 2013
Cinema Crazed

Audience Reviews for Zone Troopers

More B-movie fluff for Tim Thomerson to revel in, this time he's behind enemy lines in WWII but his squad gets wiped out, on top of that he must content with an alien that has crashed its ship in the area.

Excellent film title which really gives you high hopes for a rockin flick and to a degree you do get a pretty decent action film with lots of gun action and Nazi blasting. The first half of the film isn't too bad and along the lines of the 'Dirty Dozen' minus the better acting skills and top cast of course. As the alien comes into the plot the film still manages to hold its own but towards the end of the story we meet more aliens which look suspiciously like humans with white hair in rather campy outfits.

This is where things start to get a bit Flash Gordon looking with crappy ray guns, bad outfits and a dodgy looking spacecraft. Shame really as the first crashed spaceship looked quite good and the stranded alien actually had a decent mask plus a look not far too from something you might see in the Mos Eisley space cantina in 'Star Wars' (the aliens we meet towards the end are male and different from the stranded alien which is female).

Very basic but fairly fun and amusing how no one ever seems to be that shocked to find visitors from outer space.

phubbs1
Phil Hubbs

Super Reviewer

Danny Bilson likes to take fantasy and Sci-Fi elements and throw them into unexpected places. Case in point, two of his films Zone Troopers and The Rocketeer each feature the protagonist(s) in an epic battle against the Nazi's during World War II.
Zone Troopers tells the story of a group of rag-tag soldiers trekking through Italy in 1944. Led by a hard-ass Sergeant, the three men find themselves behind enemy lines. Little do they know, the area is crawling with Nazi's who are there searching for the crew of a downed UFO which crashed in the area.
This film is a lot of fun to watch! Yes, it is cheesy but these types of movies are meant for the sole purpose of entertaining an audience and with the talent both behind and in front of the camera Zone Troopers does this and much more.

Jason Reneau
Jason Reneau

Super Reviewer

½

Mostly clean and very entertaining comic book type. Includes WWII military fights; sci-fi; humor; serious scenes; sad scenes; mostly well placed background music; good special effects (don't expect high quality in a 1985 film); great script.

chas h.
chas hot

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