It starts with a modern version of a 1930's spaceship coming from behind the moon, a guy at a space observation facility picks up the signal and informs the facility boss who's in bed asleep. Some kids come across a loony as a spaceships looms overhead, and he claims he was abducted by aliens and they experimented on him. One of the kids happens to be a USAF pilot and heads to his base and tells the other to pack their things.... I'm sorry is this sounding familiar? That was just the first 13 minutes, the rest of it is very much the same as "Independence Day". Out of desperation to convince people it is not, the writers added the plot of aliens zapping people and turning them into zombies every 20 minutes, and when I say zombies, I mean regular looking people with a bit of red-eye.
Story plot - ripped, and filled with so many inconsistencies there were a page full in the first 15 minutes, Actors - terrible, including surprisingly Brian Lally who plays a senior representative of a space facility who is so mind-numbingly dumb a 6 year old could work out the obvious quicker than him. Poor Brian.
I cringed, and laughed throughout, until the end when I regretted wasting 90 minutes of my time.
Review by daytamod-38118 from the Internet Movie Database.