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Species 2
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Directed By
Peter Medak

Written By:
Chris Brancato

Natasha Henstridge, Justin Lazard, Michael Madsen, Marg Helgenberger, Mykelti Williamson, George Dzundza, James Cromwell, Myriam Cyr, Baxter Harris

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Species 2 (1998)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
May 30th, 2007

Welcome to the Maternity Ward... from HELL.

OK, so it is not great art, but it sure was an interesting movie.

I am not burdened with the fact of seeing this as a sequel, as I have not seen the original, so I can rate it on its own.

There is little story line here. Aliens invade US through astronaut. Astronaut breeds profusely to spread the species. Anti-hero hunts the astronaut with the aid of immune fellow astronaut.

I like Michael Madsen and I thought he did a fair job. He was assisted by Mykelti Williamson, who has the sickle-cell trait, which is key to the movie. CSI's Marg Helgenberger does a James Woods (John Carpenter's Vampires) that could lead to a sequel. Natasha Henstridge, what can I say, just incredible.

No Oscars for this movie, but definitely some golden globes: Nancy La Scala, Raquel Gardner, and Felicia Deel.

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