The Last Starfighter is a 1984 science fiction adventure film. There was a subsequent novelization of the movie that year by Alan Dean Foster, as well as a video game based on the production. In 2004, it was also adapted as an off-Broadway musical. The movie was directed by Nick Castle and was marketed with the tagline "He didn't find his dreams... his dreams found him.".
The film made early use of extensive computer graphics to depict real objects in place of physical models.
The Last Starfighter was the last film role of character actor Robert Preston before his death. The character of "Centauri" was a 'lovable-con-man' nod to his most famous role as Professor Harold Hill in The Music Man.
The film's premise was based on the well-known urban myth that video arcade games were in fact military recruitment tests for fighters.
03.Centauri Into Space
07.Alex´s First Test
09.Death Blossom/Ultimate Weapon
10.Big Victory March/Alex Returns
11.Into The Starscape
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