V: Final Battle

V: Final Battle

Director: Richard T. Heffron Cast: Jane Badler, Michael Durrell, Robert Englund
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V: Final Battle 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Watching the same basic theme over and over again I stared to look in the past. There I found ' V: The Final Battle' one of the greatest stories ever told , which is so realistic that I almost believed it to be true. My hope is that other people see it as I did at the age of seventeen. Ramming popcorn in their mouths watched the film not noticing that they had spilt upon the floor, or that they are sitting on the very edge of their sets until they are over whelmed with fulfillment when the film ends. I now know that when I watched that thriller, it became my curse to find something just as great. So will the next person who dares to satisfy their desire for adventure within their home.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i loved the movie v the final battle.i love the actors in the movie.i loved robins daughter in the movie she saved everyone from the lizard people.its been years since i saw the v the final battle i wanted to see it after so many years.i loved the costumes and the cloths that they were wearing.there was something scary about the movie when dian was trying to convert the leader it was scary eventho it is fake.ant there was another thing ididn,t like it why they didn,t show how they made the actors int lizards i thought that would have been cool
Guest More than 1 year ago
sucks you in after the first 4 minutes....fx not to date, but sufficient........long live diana.....4 stars, exept for the pathetic potrayal of daniel bernstein....please ignore the non existence of david packer's almost coma like acting, and see the movie for what it really is...pure genious, excluding david packer's bone headed interferrence witht he integrity of a scifi cult classic
JoMarie More than 1 year ago
In this, the second V miniseries, they really hit their stride. After the secrets and betrayals and reveals of the first, this installment ramps up the ick factor as the Visitors' true mission becomes clear. The effects are fancier than in the first but the story hinges on the characters, who are layered and complicated. Your spirits will soar as high as the balloons that mark the Earth's freedom!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
V: The Final Battle A good old fashion sci-fi from the 80's. I grew up when this movie first came out, now I want my kids too see it. Parents who are tired of what is on tv nowdays, a must see. Also, check into the first V which is a must see.