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While much of the action is revisited from key moments (and reused footage) from the series, such as number 8's (Grace Park) attempted assassination on Adama (Edward James Olmos, who also directed), and no. 1's coordinating and reacting to those events, there are some new angles. Anders (Michael Trucco) escapes the initial nuclear attack and participates in a resistance movement against the Cylons, and no. 4, Simon (Rick Worthy), is conflicted by his mission because he's married to a human (Lymari Nadal, Olmos' wife). It's interesting to see events from a different point of view and to get some more depth of thought on them, but overall it's a bit of a disappointment for those expecting a completely new, stand-alone story along the lines of Razor. Note that the movie has spoilers for those who haven't watched the TV series to its end, and it would probably be rated R for female and male nudity that, while not jarring in the context of Galactica's mature tone and themes, seems gratuitous. The DVD includes 14 minutes of deleted scenes, including a longer conversation between Ellen Tigh and Cavil, four featurettes, and a commentary track by Olmos and executive producer-writer Jane Espenson. --David Horiuchi
It was just put together from a bunch of bad clips that did not make it into the original show.
First of all be prepared for a very narrow story retracing the final cylons,limited new scenes and very little battlestar galactica scenes.
Didn't add much to the BSG universe; in fact, a sizeable portion of the footage seemed to be lifted from the series.
Very entertaining through most of it, but started to slide at the very, very end, which made it difficult to do nothing else but to complete the entire series. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Greg Stephens
It's not really a BSG episode. It's made mostly fron deleted material but it fills in quite a few holes that I always wondered about. So still a worthy addition to your BSG libraryPublished 22 days ago by John Dye
Anything Battlestar is superior to so much of what else is out there. I miss that quality now. This installment is perhaps the weakest of the set, but serves to satisfy fan... Read morePublished 27 days ago by lscot
I wish there were more high-quality sci-fi programs like this on TV. I read a lot of sci-fi and fantasy, and I go to every film of this genre. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G. Perkins
Great expansion pack story for Battlestar Galactica if you are true fan of the series!Published 1 month ago by Kirk Steinklauber
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This is seperate from the season right? I haven't watched the last season yet so didn't want to get it if it was on there.
Sep 13, 2009 by W. Hoff | See all 11 posts
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No earlier than prior to the episode "No Exit" (in Season 4.5) -- any earlier, and you'll be ruining some MAJOR spoilers to come. Hope this reached you in time.
Dec 6, 2010 by The Bandsaw Vigilante | See all 2 posts
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No, it has not.
Jan 24, 2010 by Vincent Vinyl | See all 2 posts
|Battlestar Galactica the Plan||
I also own the Complete Series on BD and The Plan is not a part of the collection. The Plan has not yet been released and is currently scheduled to air on the Sci-Fi channel (or SyFy as they now style themselves) in November of 2009. The first chance you will get to see it is on BD, iTunes, and... Read More
Sep 7, 2009 by William Sullivan | See all 11 posts
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