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Riverworld (2010)

TV-14 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 18 April 2010
Welcome to Riverworld, a place of strange, watery beauty and the current abode of a fascinating cast of the recently (and not-so-recently) dead. It certainly isn't Heaven, but it just might be Hell.

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Welcome to Riverworld, a place of strange, watery beauty and the current abode of a fascinating cast of the recently (and not-so-recently) dead. It certainly isn't Heaven, but it just might be Hell.

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The afterlife begins here.

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Riverworld - A túlvilág partján  »

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Tahmoh Penikett and Alessandro Juliani previously appeared on Battlestar Galactica (2004); Peter Wingfield had a recurring role on Caprica (2009), the prequel series to "Galactica". See more »

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Samuel Clemens: We are never gonna catch 'em by followin' the river. We're tortoises... and that hare ain't gettin' any slower.
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Version of Riverworld (2003) See more »

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What an annoying film!
13 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

The books I have no read, but according to the Wiki page for them, this series has almost nothing in common with them. I have seen the 2003 Riverworld film and I vaguely remember that the idea annoyed me, but the movie was reasonable. The 2010 miniseries... it just sucks! People play badly, the scenes are ridiculous in both acting and directing, the script makes no sense and whenever there is a little bit of suspension of disbelief, there comes a sequence of scenes that skip whole portions of the story, like someone was too tired to do the whole film. And the lines... here is an example: "a sequence of choices leads to a consequence". Ugh!

The only good part of the film is Jeananne Goossen. She is just too cute, even if her character makes no sense at all. Bottom line: a sad and horrible thing to watch. Avoid it.


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