In 2038, Earth's mineral resources are drained, there are space fights for the last deposits on other planets and satellites. This is the situation when one of the bigger mining corporations has lost many mineral moons except one and many of their fully automatic mining robots are disappearing on their flight home. Since nobody else wants the job, they send prisoners as a last resort to defend the mining station. Among them, internal affairs agent Felix Stone, assigned to clear the whereabouts of the expensive robots. In an atmosphere of corruption, fear and hatred, Stone gets between the fronts of rivaling groups and locates the person committing sabotage. Written by Tom Zoerner Moon 44 is a 1990 English-language Action Sci-Fi film featuring Michael Par, Lisa Eichhorn, Dean Devlin, Brian Thompson, Leon Rippy, Malcolm Mcdowell and Kat Sawyer. Centropolis Entertainment was the production house involved in the project along with executive producer(s) Dean Heyde and Roland Emmerich. The movie is directed by Roland Emmerich. Kinowelt Home Entertainment acquired the distribution rights for the film. Moon 44 was released on 15th February 1990 and takes a screen time of 99 minutes. Moon 44 was made on a budget of $15 million. The screenplay for the movie was written by Dean Heyde and Oliver Eberle. Cinematography was done by Karl Walter Lindenlaub and editing by Tomy Wigand. The music was composed by Joel Goldsmith.
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Release Date15 FEB 1990
Run Time98 MINUTES
Budget$ 15 MILLION
Action, Sci-fi, Thriller
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Moon 44 Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 1.7/5
Positive Review Rating : 33%
The film looks nice but unoriginal (blue light, dry ice, flashing instrument panels); the model work is okay but laboured; the acting is stunningly mediocre. ( Read More )
The plot unravels in unwieldy dollops, and, despite some adequate special effects (for the time), the whole thing is really a bit of a bore. ( Read More )
Emmerichs ambitious approach deserves praise, but Dean Heyde and Oliver Eberles muddled script doesnt do him any favours. ( Read More )