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Almost 10 years ago I saw an English sci-fi film on a Hungarian TV channel.

The story was about a military mission started from Earth to an alien planet to destroy the whole race. The full story was happen on the same starship (mainly the conversations and the mood of the film was interesting). The leaders of the mission has only one eye, because one of their eye was exchanged to a special monocular computer interface. This interface was used to unlock secret codes.

On the way to the alien planet some type of malfunction happened, and also some solder died. Step by step more army man died, and at near to the end of film just a few people remained. They feel the mission in danger and tried to save the situation. Finally only one young solder remained alive who launched the nuclear bomb carried by the starship to destroy the planet where the ship arrived. Unfortunately the ship is arrived to the Earth, because one alien lived with them on the ship and she reversed the ship at the middle of their travel.

This enemy alien was looks like a normal man, because the aliens make surgical operations on one of their female specimen, and convert her to human like creature.

Does anybody know the title of this film?

  • Was it maybe a TV episode? Sounds like an episode of Outer Limits that I remember. Did it have Wil Wheaton (AKA Wesley Crusher) in it? – Till B Aug 10 '13 at 21:17
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I believe this was an episode of The Outer Limits entitled The Light Brigade.

Wil Wheaton did play the young cadet who (if I remember correctly) was only there because his father was a senior politician.

  • yes it is! :-) thanks. – Bela Mihalik Aug 11 '13 at 9:25
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From your description, I believe this is an episode of The Outer Limits called The Light Brigade (S2E18).

The summary:

Four soldiers, including repatriated prisoner of war Major John Skokes, are the last survivors of a space battle. On board a crippled cruiser, they are slowly dying of radiation poisoning, but they are the only remaining chance to launch a strike against the alien enemy.

And:

In the closing scene, at huge personal cost, the bomb is released over what the crew believe to be the alien homeworld. It is in fact Earth, and the mission is not only a failure, but the unleashing of the doomsday weapon on an already crippled humanity.

I didn't personally remember the one-eyed crew member (I really only remember Wil Wheaton), but a quick Google search found this:

One Eyed Crew

  • yes! thank you .. this the movie i try to find :-) – Bela Mihalik Aug 11 '13 at 9:24

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