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Plot: The year is 3313. Mankind is being systematically massacred throughout the galaxy by an invading species. All hope is lost until the last strand of pure human DNA is found on a remote planet in the far reaches of the galaxy. Now, an epic battle will be waged across time and space to save and protect the last of the human race.
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Very Uneven, but not as BAD as I expected, yet still. . .
This one came outta nowhere. I read the short Netflix summary about the last man and woman on the run from a genocidal alien race and said to myself– “Okay, low B grade straight to DVD hack job about survival of last human couple scurrying about some industrial pit that the viewer is supposed to pretend is an alien planet.” Yeah, right. . .but hey! Why not?
I ordered it– figuring on some ridiculous fluff to pass a Friday nighter.
Not surprisingly, the opener started with a morphed alien voice proceeding to give us a NARRATED short History of the Galaxy that went way too long and didn’t really explain the difference or the connection between Humans, Neanderthals, Nephelim, Nazis, Cyborgs and Huh-what? I went for an iced tea from the fridge and the Voice-over was STILL going. Then by the time I’m debating whether to just pop the disk and go to iTunes, the scene goes to Space and planets and starships and explosions and Starships and fleets and planetary invasions and more starships and more explosions. . .
Well, I have to admit, I sat thru it and was like: Well Yeah! I STILL didn’t quite know WHY all the starships and invasions and explosions were happening. . .but they looked awful good and I’m a sucker for decent FX.
Now from that point, the story will try and bring in this captain and his ship and his crew. The problem is this: Is this a drama? or is it a Funny? And the producers seem to understand this problem, because just before I get too puzzled, I’m straightaway mesmerized with more Starships, and Stargates and explosions and starfleets and explosions. . .
At this point, I’m beginning to feel like I’m being played. But geez, those FX were pretty nifty!!
But then they try the dialogue and plot thing again. And the hero captain tries the uneven Funny thing again and then More explosions and Starfleet FX and blue skinned people and more humanoid people who are not human. . .I think.
Then came the ending– with yet ANOTHER Narrative Voice-over (after yet another long dose of Starships & Explosions and liberal use of Medium yield Tactical Nukes)
I scratched my head and said: “Huh?”
So. . .VERY Uneven. GREAT FX! Storyline & characters BARELY made cohesive sense, but GREAT FX! If anything, I now take back my long-standing gripe with Lucasfilms and the StarWars Saga– Imagine if Lucas tried to squeeze all 5 to 6 Star Wars movies into 90 Minutes. One would have somewhat the same result, some spots of dialogue, some odd humor, a LOT OF STARSHIPS & EXPLOSIONS & STARSHIPS and then. . .The End. Not Good.
Best fit for this movie: a Saturday afternoon when you don’t wanna leave the house. Pop this one in the player and watch the FX while you doing other stuff, like browsing the net or remote managing your servers or yakking with your buddies.
GREAT FX, Though!!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 27 min (87 min)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi
Director Neil Johnson
Writer Michael Jonathan Smith (screenplay), Neil Johnson (screenplay), Neil Johnson (story)
Actors Jay Laisne, Rochelle Vallese, Cynthia Ickes, Will Tulin
Awards 2 wins.
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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