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See more » : Nelson, we're talking about nuclear detonators here. You lose your comb and then find it, but not detonators.

Now I want to know where they were found, and who found them. See more » In the near-future, in a space mine set on the Jupiter satellite Io, the new Marshall O' Niel (Sean Connery) discovered a mortal drug trafic.

They turned two movies about talking cars into a merchandising juggernaut.

They made a movie that almost sent some of your most beloved childhood creations into an incinerator and made even the hardest hearts catch some feelings.

See more » While Marshal O' Neil is outside in his pressure suit, he walks and runs normally, as if he was on Earth.

But since Io has only a fraction of Earth's gravity, he should have been moving in slow, hopping steps similar to our astronauts on the Moon.

O'Niel follows the trail of the dealers, which leads to the man overseeing the colony.

I have recently watched it again on cable TV and I think it has not aged much.

This a well paced film with a solid acting from Sean Connery.

The pursuits, especialy the first in the corridors of the space habitat, are gripping.

They’ve found magic at the bottom of the ocean, in your childhood bedroom, back in the ages of dinosaurs and Scottish royalty.

They’ve imagined that the monsters under your bed are real and wonderful, that a sewer rat could be a five-star chef, that a working-class bug could make a real difference.

I have recently watched it again on cable TV and I think it has not aged much.

This a well paced film with a solid acting from Sean Connery.

The pursuits, especialy the first in the corridors of the space habitat, are gripping.

They’ve found magic at the bottom of the ocean, in your childhood bedroom, back in the ages of dinosaurs and Scottish royalty.

They’ve imagined that the monsters under your bed are real and wonderful, that a sewer rat could be a five-star chef, that a working-class bug could make a real difference.

The film was made in 1981, when the CGI effects were not as prevalent as today.