Alex Jacobs (Kyle Gallner) is a washed-out but brilliant cryptographer. When government agents recruit him with an offer he can’t refuse, he finds out that he is being drawn into a world he was not prepared for. His job is to decrypt a message encoded in an American satellite that has been in orbit for apparently a long time, and was definitely not launched by America.
It turns out that the message is from the future and contains a blueprint to build a machine.
Alien Code is a low-budget film with fairly bad acting, awkward special effects, and a very difficult plot to follow. It takes a lot of concentration, and after a while, I just found myself giving up and just enjoyed the ride.
If you want secret message conspiracies, bad men in black, caricatures of government agents, time travel, scientific brilliance stereotypes, it’s all in this movie.
After you’re done watching, you’ll forget about it all quickly.
2 thoughts on “Movie Review: Alien Code”
Definitely Not bad acting.
Thanks for your comment. As I predicted, I can’t remember a thing about it three years later. I respect your opinion.