FALLOUT is a sci-fi cheapie for lumbering action man Daniel Baldwin, here at the bottom of his luck. The movie is directed by Rodney McDonald, one of the Z-grade B-movie directors working at the tail-end of the 1990s, and the story is about a rescue mission in outer space that takes place when some nasty Russians hold the very Earth to ransom.
Well, APOLLO 13 this isn't; the realism goes out of the window at the outset with the cheap staging and set-bound antics of the cast. The heroine veers on becoming a blonde bimbo and appears to have been cast for her appearance rather than acting ability; the less said about Baldwin's ability to sleepwalk through his part, the better. The villains are singularly unimposing and the film is both predictable and boring.
Review by Leofwine_draca from the Internet Movie Database.