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Luke Perry , Kim Cattrall , Armand Mastroianni    Unrated   DVD
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1.0 out of 5 stars Dumb and Dumber April 27 2004
Robin Cook's Invasion was such a bad book that I had to see if the mini-series would make any improvements. It did not.
The miniseries almost immediately diverged from the book. Apparently to ease the budget, NBC used small black rocks instead of the small silver-dollar-sized disks that resembled small flying saucers. In the book, the disks were the only spacecraft. Shortly after landing the rock was seen to vaporize a snake. The disks had no such capability, although they could collapse into micro-sized black holes. The billionaire software mogul was not power and money hungry. And what was this business about RH negative blood? That certainly wasn't in the book. In the book, people who caught the flu and had some sort of genetic deficiency (like diabetes) died from the exposure. This was the virus's way of improving the human genetic stock. Infected people actively sought out the uninfected and infected them.
The series did manage to eliminate the architectural errors in the novel by not setting the Foundation in a mansion. No, instead the infected bought a military base. Not only did it seem strange that a private citizen would be buying a military base, but the general conducting the tour and spouting the benefits to its purchaser, suddenly claims that it is a military base and cannot be sold to a private citizen. But, the sale goes through with the help of a little virus.
The second part of Robin Cook's Invasion was even worse than the first. Not only were the few good parts of the book eliminated, but a complete break from the plot was enacted.
The foundation and its gateway continued to be assembled.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Robin cooks invasion June 10 2004
I was in favor of this well thought out book. I have all of Robin Cooks books and this story is one of my favorites. I felt it keeps you in suspence to find out who was infected by the virus and who was not. Most love stories always end with a happy ending and well cant give it away but I would recommend the book and I also enjoyed the movie.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I liked it April 22 2007
By true crime reader - Published on Amazon.com
I totally disagree with Joshua. I read the book & I own the movie & I liked both. It is a weird story. I like Robin Cook & I think this is one of his best books.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Robin Cook Stories; Invasion May 23 2010
By N. Jolae Norman - Published on Amazon.com
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Invasion, a nice Sci-Fi movie based on Robin Cook's Novel of the same name. I like all of Robin Cook's works. He is a Medical Doctor, so he has the right background for his stories. This one is about an unlikely invasion of a "rock" that triggers a virus already in our bodies, placed there by an earlier invasion. Good story/movie. One of my favorites. Josie
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4.0 out of 5 stars good movie July 31 2013
By Andromeda - Published on Amazon.com
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Movie came fast in excellent conditions. I read the book from Robin Cook, one of my favorite writers and frequently and the movie was pretty much what the book was about. I think it was well done. If you like allien movies this one is out of Dr. Cook's style. He is always creating plots totally in the medical world. This time, yes there are doctors and hospitals to make easy to get some medical tools, but the story is about allien invasion. Very interesting how Cook used his wonderful medical knowledge to create a great this plot. I don't know if just seeing the movie will do since I read the book first. But it's all clear the understanding in the movie.
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5.0 out of 5 stars DVD-Invasion Sept. 12 2012
By Lorrie G - Published on Amazon.com
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Years ago, I taped this from TV on my VCR. I watched it so many times, the tape became slugglish and unclear. I was just looking to replace it so I went to Amazon. Of course you had it and for a great price. Way to go Amazon. Thanks. Lorrie G.
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable... July 27 2013
By kd5 - Published on Amazon.com
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I'd been wanting to own this miniseries, finally bought it, was not disappointed. It may have differed from the book somewhat but it was still enjoyable. Glad I added it to my collection.
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