Download Hindi Movie The Groundstar Conspiracy
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- A government investigator tries to find out the truth behind the break-in at a top secret research facility.
- A break-in and sabotage attempt occurs at a top secret research institute and the culprit is cornered and captured. The problem is that he's been badly injured and claims to have lost his memory entirely. A cat-and-mouse game ensues between investigator Tuxan, the mystery intruder Welles and the people who sent him on the mission.
- A top-secret government lab blows up, 1 saboteur (Michael Sarrazin)survives and a super-abrasive, super-tough government super-agent reins Sarrazin in then reels him out like a super-fisherman playing with his catch. All the "suspense" in this movie comes from the fact that Sarrazin can't remember the secret data that's supposedly locked up in his brain and can't even recall who he is working for, while super-agent George Peppard spends nearly the entire film trying to get Sarrazin to cough up said data. Other than the weak and unconvincing interplay between the two principals and Sarrazin's dallying with a lonely widow, there is simply nothing happening in this film. The "action scenes" are about as exciting as watching someone mow a lawn and the big "twist" ending makes little or no sense. The author of all this nonsense must think that having a secret lab blow up, having the blower-up be an amnesiac and having the blow-ees become crispy critters is very exciting, but alas it's not. He doesn't seem to understand that characters need to be more than one-dimensional and stories - even sci-fi thrillers - need to be interesting as well as plausible.
- This film originally had the more evocative title "The Alien". David Janssen was to play the title role with Robert Stack in the George Peppard role.<br/><br/>Talented Douglas Heyes ("Kitten With a Whip", "Captains and Kings", "Aspen"), who wrote the screenplay, was set to direct. David Levinson (the Emmy winning Hal Holbrook series "The Senator") was going to produce.<br/><br/>Genevieve Bujold was originally set to play the Christine Belford role. But, for some unknown reason, Genevieve quit just before production was to start. This delayed the start of filming, and Janssen had to leave since the film was already scheduled to finish just days before he would start his Jack Webb series "O'Hara, United States Treasury".<br/><br/>Apparently they couldn't find an actress hungry or brave enough to come in immediately and replace Bujold. I might have tried to get Sharon Acker, Diana Muldaur, Gena Rowlands, Salome Jens or Rosemary Forsyth to just jump in and do their best.<br/><br/>I think David Janssen could have given the story a more mysterious, magnetic core than Michael Sarrazin did, and Janssen would have had interesting chemistry with any of those five women.<br/><br/>I also think Peter Falk (who was starting "Columbo" the next season) could have been even better than Stack or Peppard as the tough-as-nails investigator.<br/><br/>Steven Spielberg and John Badham were hot Universal TV directors at the time. This might have been an interesting first film for either of those young Turks.
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