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William Shatner's Spplat Attack

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Editorial Reviews

Shatner is back in action for the ultimate paintball showdown! Part sci-fi adventure, part Reality TV survival game and part extreme sports, William Shatner takes on a familiar role as commander of earth's forces in a galactic confrontation fought with real paintball weapons. Shot on location and invoking plots from classic Star Trek episodes like "The Squire Gothos" and "The Gamesters of Triskelion," Spplat Attack provides a window into the true commander and conquer strategies possessed by Shatner, who battles against teams lead by shock jock Mancow and paintball pioneer Tom Kaye.

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Product Details

  • Actors: William Shatner
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Razor
  • DVD Release Date: July 13, 2004
  • Run Time: 80 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002DRE54
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #213,042 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Ian A. Chapman on January 21, 2003
Format: DVD
William Shatner's Spplat Attack: 1:21:45. This is Shatner like you have hopefully never seen him before. In the guise of a paint-ball game, the Klingon, Borg, and Federation will battle fight for possession of an all-powerful weapon controlled by an alien called Big Giant Head. Though this does sound contrived, all is simpler than you might expect. It is just a bunch of Americans shooting paint-balls at each other for the better part of an hour interspersed with strategy and laughs. If this sounds bad, it is not. The program starts off at a bit of a spoof to trek and deals with all things in a light manner. The three teams, the Klingon and Borg in very similar costumes, and the Federation in bright red shirts, battle it out using paint-balls and under-hand plots. You also get to see Shatner's current wife, who does not get to feature much though she does look very apt as shooting things, and his daughter who acts as a war journalist in a lovely yellow top. The outcome of the various battles and sieges are not pre-planned, even though the Federation does tend to do better, despite being in bright red shirts that do not seamlessly blend in with the paint splattered trees. If you like Shatner at his even at his worst, then you really cannot miss this.
Shatner's Combat Training: 5:23. This begins with Shatner discussing his plans for the paint-ball game. He mentioners how he wants the Klingon and Borg armies to be fighting among themselves. He is fairly serious while plotting, and appears to talk about the the sides in more their Star Trek terms than team. Next there is a brief bit about safety then you go straight to watching Shatner in a trial paint-ball run. This is fun to watch as he really does look his age and he gets hit in the jaw.
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By A Customer on December 11, 2002
Format: DVD
Knick knack paddy whack whack whack whack.
The paintballs are flying and William ( J T Kirk) Shatner is up to the challenge. This movie is part game and part story. There's sci-fi stuff straight out of Star Trek -even the Borg -but it's like a reality game show too. William Shatner leads his army of about 500 troops against 2 others, Klingons and Borg. He's out numbered two to one. You can't tell how real it is. But it feels real. They keep score. Did they script it so Shatner could lead the Federation to victory? But there are backstabs and double crosses and Shatner leads like a true captain through it all. Often he's on the front lines of fire.
In some ways this is a low budget movie like a TV show like Survivor or Fear Factor but then it's like the biggest battle scenes in Lord of The Rings. Except these warriors are all real people. No computer generated invading hordes. Paintball players from all around the country came out to take their shots at Kirk. When you see hundreds of them running over the hill and a cloud of paintballs whizzing by you wonder if the high budget high tech way is all that impressive compared to the real thing.
Shatner always brings his smirking sense of humor. Which is good because his enemy makes fun of his singing, his priceline commercials and his job on Star Trek V. And there are lighter moments when he's at the command center with his daughter and wife but most of the action is on the field and he's there too with a smoke gernade, as a tank commander, as a sniper and with a paint gernade.
If this movie had a Vulcan army I'd give it the 5th star.
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To be totally honest I don't have the DVD yet. I saw this on pay per view and ordered it the day it went on sale.
I'm not a Star Trek fan so when a friend who played in the game told me about this video I was like "So what." But curiosity got the better of me and I bought the pay per view. This was amazing but it's hard to explain. It's Shatner leading the Federation against a team of Borg and Klingon forces. Each team has to have at least several hundred players because the end scene with everyone rushing that town is insane.
If that's all it was I might have only given it 3 stars for the effort but what really makes it great is the behind the scenes stuff. Shatner is a fox on the battlefield. When the Borg and Klingons team up against him he uses that to his advantage and ends up getting them to fight each other while his team cleans up. Like I said, it's hard to describe but it's amazing to watch.
The more I think about it the more I come to the conclusion that the reason it's difficult to describe is because it's not like anything else out there I've seen before....
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By A Customer on January 13, 2003
Format: DVD
For those who are panning this as a low budget movie, you have totally missed the point. This was a film about a scenario paintball game. Essentially, a camera crew chased a bunch of paintball players around. If you get this expecting some grand Star Trek drama, then you will be disappointed. If you get this expecting it to be what it was...a paintball game on film, then you will be pleased.
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If you love Star Trek, then you will enjoy this DVD. I have never played a game of paintball in my life, but this is one of my favorite DVDs I have. Shatner is the leader of a paintball group called the Federation and he leads his troops in paintball war against two other groups, the Klingons and the Borg. All three teams wear Trek like uniforms, which adds to the fun. There is even a mini-story in the game, which ever team wins gets control of the universe. All of the names are used by permission of Paramount, so it's like an official Trek paintball war! Trust me, it is a really fun thing to watch as Shatner commands his troops to fight the Klingons and the Borg. There are alliances made and broken and a lot of action in between. Overall, something that is just fun, I couldn't help but cheer for my favorite team. It gets you that involved!
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