Beyond the Rising Moon (1987)

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Movie Info

In this special-effects laden sci-fi adventure, a specially designed woman with super powers is sent out to insure that the corporation that designed her claims ownership of a priceless antique spaceship.
Rating:
PG
Genre:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Common Man

Cast

Tracy Davis
as Pentan
Hans Bachmann
as Capt. Harold Brickman
Michael Mack
as John Moesby
Ron Ikejiri
as Takashi Kuriyama
Rick Foucheux
as Robert Thorton
Rick Foucheaux
as Robert Thorton
James Hild
as Kyle
Reggie Vaughn
as George
Judith Miller
as Promethian Captain
Charles Lunsford
as Mr. Beaufusse
Rick Sabatini
as Tebrook
Norman Gagnon
as Promethian Helmsman/Trooper
Philip Fidandis
as Trooper/Interworld Courier
Michael Genebach
as Norwegian Interworld Courier
Richard Lee Rutherford
as Sparring Partner
Gary Cooper
as Trooper
Angela Judy
as Rachel
Garry Cooper
as Trooper
Jon Trapnell
as Ian Borge
Victoria Eves
as Kuriyama's Computer
Wayne Keyser
as Spaceport Announcer
John R. Ellis
as Col. Kruger
Gary Cooper
as Trooper
John Ellis
as Col. Kruger
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Critic Reviews for Beyond the Rising Moon

All Critics (1)

As far as zero-budget genre film-making goes, Outerworld isn't too bad. That unfortunately doesn't mean that it is any good though . . .

Full Review… | April 5, 2009
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Audience Reviews for Beyond the Rising Moon

½

I guess they expected high-waisted "mom-jeans", aviator glasses, 80s hair, and payphones to be back in style in 2074. An enslaved android defects with the information she stole for her bosses. She escapes with a Han Solo-esque character as they try to get to a super-rare abandoned alien ship her bosses hoped to own. Then a crappy love story. Real cheap sci-fi with a decent story, pretty bad acting, and decent action scenes. Upon further reading I've learned it was originally called "Beyond the Rising Moon" and in this version CGI sequences were added years later, replacing many of the original miniatures (boo!).

D M
D M

Holy crap, what a bad movie! One redeeming item: It uses the "green flowing code" on computer screens that later shows up --- in much-refined form --- in the Matrix. That tidbit is about 10 seconds of screen time, so I just saved you more than an hour of watching this dud. You're welcome.

Fred Langa
Fred Langa

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