The plot of the film is....well I'm not sure of the plot. It involves an air base, a stealth plane, a reporter from a scandal sheet, a captain from the Department Of Defence, a rogue computer programme, aliens, something called Asmodeus and several sinister soldiers in sunglasses. These elements are combined to make a mainly dull film. It goes from one silly situation to another until it climaxes with a stop motion robot hilariously quoting lines from the song 'As Time Goes By.'
The acting is adequate. Our putative hero is the reporter Frank McCall played by Hans Bachmann and he is very whiny and annoying. One of the characters keeps telling him to shut up to which one agrees with hugely. But unfortunately he doesn't. The best character is Capt. Harry Anders played by A. Thomas Smith who gives the most entertaining performance and lifts the movie when he is on screen. John Lamb plays 'Brain Dead Soldier' and Jack Weedon plays 'Wide Eyed Soldier' but I'm sorry to say I didn't notice their particular performances as there were a lot of soldiers.
Asmodeus is described confusingly in one sentence by a character as "Some kind of a subtext. An entity. An intelligence. Like a computer virus" which only reflects the film itself.
Review by hwg1957-102-265704 from the Internet Movie Database.