I Come In Peace Movie
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No one created quite as cheesy as movies as the late 80's and early 90's era. I Come In Peace aka Dark Angel is one of those cheesy B-film gems from that era. Never failing to disappoint in the cheesy movie category Dolph Lundgren stars in this terrible film where he strives to even top the cheesiness of Masters Of The Universe.
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I Come in Peace (originally produced and released internationally as Dark Angel) is a 1990 American science fiction action filmdirected by Craig R. Baxley, and starring Dolph Lundgren, Brian Benben, Betsy Brantley and Matthias Hues. The film was released in the United States on September 28, 1990. The film is about a rule-breaking vice cop who becomes involved in the investigation of mysterious drug-related murders on the streets of Houston, Texas.
The original title is Dark Angel; the film was planned to be released under the same title in the United States (which had the latest release) but was renamed by Triumph Releasing to I Come in Peace because of two other movies entitled The Dark Angel (from 1925and 1935), according to executive producer Mark Damon (in a 1993 interview with UK magazine Impact), who preferred the original title.
- Dolph Lundgren as Detective Jack Caine, a Houston police detective investigating a string of drug-related murders.
- Brian Benben as Special Agent Arwood "Larry" Smith, an FBI agent and Caine's new partner.
- Betsy Brantley as Diane Pallone, a coroner and Caine's girlfriend.
- Matthias Hues as Talec, an extraterrestrial drug dealer.
- Jay Bilas as Azeck, an extraterrestrial police officer. Unlike Talec, he is fluent in English.
- Jim Haynie as Captain Malone, Caine's boss.
- David Ackroyd as Inspector Switzer, Smith's boss.
- Sherman Howard as Victor Manning, a white collar drug dealer and boss of the White Boys.
- Sam Anderson as Warren, underboss of the White Boys.
- Alex Morris as Detective Ray Turner, Caine's original partner. He is killed by the White Boys during a sting operation.
The film also stars Mark Lowenthal as Bruce, an eccentric and paranoid scientist; Michael J. Pollard as Boner, a petty criminal; Jesse Vint as McMurphy, Talec's first victim; Mimi Cochran as a car mechanic; Jack Willis as a liquor store owner; Tony Brubaker as a garage sweeper; Brandon Smith as a market clerk; and Al Leong (credited as Albert Leong) as a luggage salesman who tries to rip-off the White Boys.