When the astronomer Zane Zaminski receives signal from a distant star, he reports and gives all the evidences to his chief, Phil Gordian, and is immediately fired. Zane becomes obsessed to locate the signals again and finds a transmission to the outer space in the same wave from Mexico, and he flies to the place. Meanwhile, the scientist Ilana Green is investigating the unexplained raise of the temperature in Third World countries and also goes to Mexico for further research. —IMDb
David Neil Twohy (born 18 October 1955) is an American film director and screenwriter.
Twohy was born in Los Angeles County, California. He attended college at California State University, Long Beach, graduating with a degree in radio/television/film.
His most successful movies have been: (as a writer) The Fugitive starring Harrison Ford, and (as a writer and director) Pitch Black, The Chronicles of Riddick and its upcoming sequel Riddick 3. He also wrote the script and scenario for the The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay video game. He has a cameo in Below as the British Captain of the rescue ship. —Wikipedia
Laughably bad. Charlie Sheen is even worse than usual. The writing doesn't even make sense, as the aliens could've easily killed Sheen's character a hundred times over before the movie even got halfway through. Why didn't they kill him? Oh, I know why: because he's the protagonist, and if the protagonist dies then the movie's over.