Species II

Synopsis: Mykelti Williamson and Justin Lazard are a pair of astronauts who make the first successful manned mission to Mars. Lazard's character gets infected by an alien and slowly begins to mutate. When they get back to Earth all he has on his mind is to have sex with Henstridge!
 
IMDB:
4.3
Metacritic:
19
Rotten Tomatoes:
9%
R
Year:
1998
93 min
1,107 Views


Houston, this is Excursion.

We see a good

orbit-insertion burn. Over.

Excursion, this is Houston.

We copy and concur.

Good 0-1 burn.

Houston, can you confirm

good K. U. antenna coverage

for lander deploy?

INCO, this is the flight director.

How is our K. U.

for lander docking system release?

Flight, this is INCO.

We should have good K. U. coverage

all the way through L.D.S. release.

In fact, we're covered all the way

through the landing and air lock egress.

Houston, stack going

to minus Z-L-V.

Flight, Prop.

R.C.S. margins good.

Copy. Control systems

propellant quantities good.

Flight, EECOM.

Lander umbilicals dead-faced.

Copy. Lander on internalpower.

De-orbit burn TIG

in five, four...

three, two, one.

De-orbit burn in progress.

Flight, Rendezvous.

Excursion sep maneuver is nominal.

Lander, this is Houston.

We shownominal de-orbit.

Looks pretty good from this end.

The eagle has landed...

again.

Way to go! Yes!

Houston, we have touchdown

at M.E.T...

1 82 days, 1 1 hours,

53 minutes, 37 seconds.

Excursion, Houston.

You are go to reconfigure

nominal DAP, B-1.

Copy, Houston.

Selecting item 30.

I'm there.

Set P.E.T. countdown.

It's one hour

till party time, baby.

Commanding camera boom deployment.

Flight, E. V.A. Air lock

depressurization complete.

Hatch coming open.

Comm check on l.F.M. uplink.

Do you read?

We're with you, Patrick.

Houston, Excursion.

Deploying rover two.

We confirm rover two's telemetry

is go for deploy.

Excursion, this is Houston.

Are you receiving rover one's carrier

signal through the landers uplink?

That's affirm, Houston. We expect

excellent video from rover one.

Not for one nation...

not for one people...

not for one creed...

but for all humankind.

Patrick Ross,

son ofa senator, football star at Yale,

and now the first man on Mars.

A perfect hero

for these imperfect times.

Patrick, this is Excursion.

I need you to check rover two's

next drilling site for me.

Patrick, would you take a look

at yourprimary O-2...

andpower levels on your D.C.M.

Suit parameters all look good.

Structure around is loamy.

Loose topsoil is rock.

Drill bit shows signs ofwear and tear.

It'll last. One more area.

Sector 1 1 2, okay?

It might have been

a canal bed.

Eight years oftraining,

and I'm a Martian ditchdigger.

You have 1 hour, 30 minutes

surface time left.

And counting.

Final sample loaded.

Prepping for air lock ingress.

In a world beset by violence,

hunger and strife...

there are occasions

when mankind surpasses...

the pettystruggles

ofdaily existence.

The Excursion voyage to Mars

is one ofthose occasions.

TodayAmerica is proud.

I told them not to go!

Three, two, one...

Let's get you out of here.

Oh, my God.

It was incredible.

A tremendous achievement

that once again proves...

that if we can rise above

partisan politics...

America can climb to the heavens.

Thank you, Mr. President.

The credit goes to my crew.

Flyhome safe, son.

Ourprayers are with you and...

God bless you.

Thank you, Mr. President.

Flight, Nav. We'd like the crew

to take a star trackerpass...

andperform an l.M.U. alignment

before we update the state vector.

CAPCOM, let the crewknow Navigation

wants a fix on a starposition...

and alignment of

the interior moment unit...

before putting a new

state vector on board.

Houston, this is Excursion.

We have your new state vector on board.

Excursion, Houston. We copy you.

Have received the updated vector.

Coming up on TIG

for transfer orbit burn.

Copy.

Excursion, you are good to go.

Thanks, Huston.

Thirty seconds to transfer orbit TIG.

We're homeward bound, baby.

Yes, sirs!

Excursion, Houston.

Transfer orbit burn in 20, 19...

18, 17...

16, 15...

14, 13, 12...

1 1, 10...

nine, eight...

seven...

six...

five...

four...

three...

two...

one.

Excursion, this is Houston calling.

Do you read us? Over.

Excursion, this is Houston.

Do you copy?

For the past three minutes...

every attempt to communicate

with the Excursion has failed.

I told 'em not to go to Mars!

I told 'em not to go!

G.C., Flight. Check all relay

stations on the network.

Have the backup TDRS

on standby.

Flight to all operators.

Pull up your data passes from the burn.

Get with your back rooms.

Verify that we sawno anomalies.

For God's sake, somebody

tell me she didn't blow.

Houston, this is Excursion.

We had a malfunction

in the K.U. band antenna.

Lost telemetry and comm.

I performed a bit of l.F.M.

Seems to be okay now.

Excursion crew is okay.

Headed for rendezvous

with Big Blue.

It's gonna be good to get home.

Over and out.

The Extraterrestrial

Vulnerability Experiment...

has one central goal:

to discover a means

to defend ourselves...

against the alien species

should they ever return to Earth.

Now, as you know, gentlemen,

Eve was re-created

from a frozen lab embryo.

She's a genetic duplicate

of the original Sil.

Now, we have deliberately

shielded Eve...

from any direct contact

with the male gender...

which is why, gentlemen,

you're inside there.

So...

proceed.

Help!

Laura! Please!

Okay, that's enough.

Bring her up.

Bingo, Dr. Baker!

It worked!

Take a look at those

beautiful welts.

Just beautiful.

What happened, Dr. Baker?

Our problem in a nutshell:

A toxic agent works once...

but then it becomes useless

once the alien's biology adapts.

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Dennis Feldman

Dennis Jeffrey Feldman (born 1946) is a North American screenwriter, photographer, film producer and director. more…

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