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The captain of the ship was named Captain Morgan. This was appropriate because I believe a gallon of rum is what it would take to enjoy this movie, flat on my face and unconscious (don't drink and drive a space cruiser, by the way)
Now, would I recommend buying this movie? Not on your life! I rented it from "Red Box" for one dollar and feel gypped! At the end of the movie, I looked at my wife and we both simultaneously burst into laughter again.
After all of that, now that I think about it, please rent this film just to see what I am talking about. You would NEVER understand unless you saw it for yourself. I'm warning you, however, have a can of kerosene ready to wash your eyes out when the movie is over.
yes the CG effects will make the first season of babylon 5 look high end but sometimes you have to look beyond that and treat it as part of the character of the film. As it is not often we see film come out of Scottland there is a significance with this film to show that the scotts still want to be apart of the Movie Buisness.
Yea you may want to rent the movie so do so.
To me, if a microbudget movie manages to entertain despite budgetary constraints, then it deserves distribution and better recognition.
Any true fan of low budget Scifi will be pleased to own a copy.
It wasn't great, but then again, it was better than a LOT of big budged Hollywood movies I've seen this year. In terms of entertaining me, it did slightly better even than Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, and even better than the most recent Narnia Installment, Prince Caspian.
It had major problems, some acting errors, disjointed plot. But the special effects weren't bad for an indie sci-fi, and was a creative premise (much like Pitch Black).
Again, not great - but I would much rather small films like this get attention, and the directing/writing skills of new indie artists get developed, than continue to see the same old hundred-million-dollor formula films get recycled by Hollywood year after year.
I give it 3.5 stars.
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For a no budget film, this had very serviceable acting, surprisingly good special effects, a fresh script, and great visuals. Read morePublished on January 15, 2009 by Amazon Customer
I rented this, for free, through the Redbox DVD rentals. I am so thankful it was free, after viewing, I could have rented a better movie for free. Read morePublished on September 17, 2008 by Christopher M. Rivera
no real plot....the storyline does not make any sense. and what a terrible ending. i guess the flick had to end somehow. the computer generated explosions were cartoonist. Read morePublished on August 16, 2008 by J. Williams
I have never written for a review but I felt obligated to say that this is the worst movie ever. I would rather watch Glitter or a public access channel movie. Read morePublished on July 28, 2008 by S. Carter
What happened again? Who were these people, and what were they doing out there in the middle of the desert? They may've lost their lives, but I lost $1.05 for the rental. Read morePublished on July 27, 2008 by M. Blevins
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