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Battlespace (2006)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi | Video 20 March 2007
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A futuristic sci-fi adventure begins after the destruction of their Universe. With a militaristic race of modified humans in hot pursuit Colonel Mara Shryyke finds herself stranded on an ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eve Connelly ...
Mara Shryyke / Iva T. Stryyke
Blake Edgerton ...
Roj Ussal
Paul Darrow ...
Horondo The Computer
The Watcher (as Iva Franks)
Claire Kelly ...
Admiral Keelis
Tim Shaw ...
Infinity Announcer
Spencer Slasberg ...
Craig Vallely ...
Krystal Johnson ...
Iva T. Stryyke - Aged 12 Years
Claudia Upton ...
Female Computer
Mysterious Christ Man
Bridgette Paroissien ...
Girl With Sword #1
Georgina ...
Girl With Sword #2
Chris Laffan ...
Memory Download Junkie
Christopher Rixon ...
Memory Download Junkie


A futuristic sci-fi adventure begins after the destruction of their Universe. With a militaristic race of modified humans in hot pursuit Colonel Mara Shryyke finds herself stranded on an inhospitable planet and discovers a weapon of mass destruction set to destroy her home planet in less then 42 hours! Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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The end is near.


Action | Sci-Fi


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Release Date:

20 March 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Battlespace: The End Is Near  »

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$1,800,000 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Pulse rifle from Aliens (1986) is reused. See more »


Iva Shryyke: Never mess with a thirty-third century girl.
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No animals or aliens were harmed in the making of this film. See more »


References Blakes 7 (1978) See more »

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Much Better than Most Reviews posted
18 April 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Most criticisms posted about Battlespace center on poor special effects, low budget,lack of forceful acting, you know, the usual. I don't think great special effects helped AVATAR that much. I don't think the Star Trek movies were well acted, and high budget financing didn't rescue Waterworld. So let's tell you what I liked about Battlespace.

This film has a lot of positives. I viewed the acting as subtle - facial expressions and good camera-work went a long way to create mood and emotion. Effective. 6 out of 10.

Special effects weren't bad at all, but they were of mixed styles so somewhat inconsistent to the viewer. Some of the painted planet sequences were as good as I've ever seen. Best of all, the special effects conveyed understanding - they weren't simply eye candy, but useful for plot delineation. 7.5 out of 10

The story, pacing and characterizations were the weaknesses of Battlespace. Just another story of a vulnerable lady out to save the universe, after being unable to manage her own life and affairs. Our heroine, actress Eve Connelly, who was attractive and had expressive facials, was supposed to be a superhero, a genetically enhanced Valkerie, but she still threw a rock like a 10th grade schoolgirl. She simply didn't have the nastiness and physical presence necessary for her role. That being said, in spite of rather slow pacing, I was always wondering what was going to happen next, and at no time did I wish the main protagonist dead, as I often do in sci-fi or horror film. She worked on a human level, so okay here. For story, characterizations and pacing, a solid 3 of 10.

Best of all, though, was the music. Just excellent. A symphonic score composed and conducted by Aussie superstar Owen Arnold, who is the equal of Brian May and as good as anything Hollywood has to offer. I say this as a professional violinist, composer and conductor myself. This guy is good, and worth watching the movie for. 8.5 out of 10 here, and I simply won't give out 9's or 10's to anything but Le Nozze De Figaro or Parsifal.

Check the flick out. You'll have seen lots worse.

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