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Planetfall (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi, Western | 4 February 2005 (USA)
A spaghetti western in science fiction clothing. Competing female bounty hunters track down the ultimate treasure on a planet wracked with turmoil. A drug named psylenol has hit the streets... See full summary »


Michael J. Heagle (as Gianni Mezzanotte)


Credited cast:
Jonathan Adams ... Zitan Backgrounder
Rachel Adams Rachel Adams ... Zitan Backgrounder
Christian Ahlgren-Williams Christian Ahlgren-Williams ... Apologetic Villager
Robert Aiken Robert Aiken ... 'Roadkill' Tusked Gambler
Mike Anderson Mike Anderson ... Village Revolt
William S. Anstedt William S. Anstedt ... Village Revolt (as Bill Anstedt)
Nathan Arnold Nathan Arnold ... Crimenet Scum / Presidential Hanger Guard
Abigail Avila Abigail Avila ... Priestess
Frederick Beecher Frederick Beecher ... Bar Denizen
Carlo Besasie Carlo Besasie ... Bar Denizen (as Carl Besasie)
Myron Blocksome Myron Blocksome ... Presidential Hanger Guard
Bill Borea Bill Borea ... Lieutenant Thosworth
Steve Bothun Steve Bothun ... Bartender
James Burton James Burton ... Emilio / Dread Gambler
James Eric Cullum James Eric Cullum ... Brain Damaged Soldier / Liquid Mercenary




A spaghetti western in science fiction clothing. Competing female bounty hunters track down the ultimate treasure on a planet wracked with turmoil. A drug named psylenol has hit the streets, stolen from a secret military program and reconditioned to be an over-the-counter psychedelic. When the general populace starts developing telekinetic powers, the corrupt government of Zita declares martial law. When the film starts, a confiscated shipment of the drug has been stolen. Now the race is on to obtain the last supply of the most powerful drug in the universe! Written by Anonymous

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Action | Sci-Fi | Western


Not Rated

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Not great, but not bad either.
13 March 2007 | by Zach_MandtSee all my reviews

I would have to say that ambition is what is really displayed here. This movie is one more attempt at bridging the gap between you-tube and Hollywood. Some parts made me want to shave my head, tear my clothes, be forgiven and come to repentance, while others had me thinking; "Wow, I can't believe this was a low budget film" Filled up with a range of acting talent, this movie isn't for everyone. But it IS a testament that feature's are doable, and fun. Though the story doesn't take you anywhere you might go in some sort of Vin Diesel-esquire sci-fi thriller, it does take you to some places that perhaps ended up on the fifth-elements cutting room floor. I would recommend this movie to anyone with an hour or so to kill who can refrain from comparing it to any of the summer blockbusters. As it stands, it's a true testament to sci-fi indie film making being developed and done on the cheap. congratulations to the crew and staff that put it together. So brave...

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Release Date:

4 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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El Paso, Wisconsin, USA See more »


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Opening Weekend USA:

$2,038, 6 February 2005

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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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