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Radius (2004)

 -  Short | Sci-Fi | Action  -  4 July 2004 (USA)
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Radius tells the story of a military ship shot down behind enemy lines. A massive "CraterMaker" warhead has gone active on the downed ship, giving the pilot and her crew 30 minutes to ... See full summary »

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Radius tells the story of a military ship shot down behind enemy lines. A massive "CraterMaker" warhead has gone active on the downed ship, giving the pilot and her crew 30 minutes to escape the blast. Meanwhile, an entity named Diamone, divided itself into twins to try to stop the bomb and stop the crew. Written by Martin Albert (Coindudvd.com)

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During the film's shoot in Death Valley, California, temperatures reached up to 120° F. See more »

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Not perfect, but parts of it are excellent
9 September 2004 | by (La Mesa, CA) – See all my reviews

This is an independently produced film, and occasionally it shows it. The low budget forced some compromises, not least of which is the short length. None the less, the compromises are well made and the result is surprisingly good. Some of the cinematography is truly excellent.

As far as I know, the only way to see Radius is to buy a DVD from K2. The DVD comes with. with extensive "making of" shorts which are themselves enjoyable viewing. The life and enthusiasm of both the cast and the crew come through in both the movie itself and its extras. I give it 6 stars for technical and production, and 10 for life and verve. I enjoyed it a lot more than many Hollywood products, and give it 8 stars overall.


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