An optics specialist is sent to investigate the unusual readings the military is getting from his equipment.
A solid movie all around. Great action and a good world, but with enough fuzzy science and The A-Team-style jury-rigging to rivet it solidly to TV-movie quality.
- 3:30 -- Wrecking yard
- 3:45 -- Wait, is this the same guy? Did we go back in time?
- 5:30 -- Tetrazine
- 8:30 -- Prosthesis
- 10:00 -- Moldova
- 18:45 -- Virginia - United States
- 22:00 -- I thought that they weren't talking up the chain of command yet.
- 52:00 -- But their equipment consists of the little goggles.
- 56:30 -- It looks like the metal grounds them, so shoot ahead of them so it acts like tar.
- 1:01:00 -- I suppose they don't react to lead.. just iron.
- 1:01:30 -- How come it can harm a tank all of a sudden? Isn't it.. metal? Again, is this just iron that matters?
- 1:03:00 -- Why would he run up to the boy?
- 1:13:15 -- Bose–Einstein condensate
- 1:22:00 -- I presume they all have functioning goggles now.
- 1:24:45 -- They should have emphasized the "extremely hot" and tied it into their new suits to talk about their heat-resistance.
- 1:25:45 -- How come that one is dodging? They haven't been smart so far, and don't acknowledge the weapons fire.
- 1:27:30 -- Okay, so she just pulled out a sonic screwdriver to open that door.
- 1:38:00 -- Oh fuck off.
1:41:45 -- Bad dubbing.