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Browncoats: Redemption (2010)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi | 3 September 2010 (USA)
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The crew of the spaceship Redemption become a potential trigger for the second rise of the Browncoats (Independents) against the Alliance.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Heather Fagan ...
Capt. Laura Matthews
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James Banks III
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Brett Grey (as Michael Levy)
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Jack Haddington
Miriam Pultro ...
Petra Jo Chen
Kevin Troy ...
Lux Lucre
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Cameron Alan
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Minister of Parliament Darius Turner
Kurt Skarstedt ...
Lieutenant Colonel Thadeus Stevens
Marissa Feero ...
Mercedes - Lt. Col. Stevens' Lackey
Chris Lark ...
Browncoat Leader 1
Brian Wiser ...
Browncoat Leader 2
Malachi McKoy ...
Browncoat Leader 3
Mark Scott ...
Browncoat Leader 4
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Browncoat Leader 5
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The crew of the spaceship Redemption become a potential trigger for the second rise of the Browncoats (Independents) against the Alliance.

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A New Ship. A New Crew. A New Adventure. Charity has never been this exciting!! See more »

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PG-13
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$20,000 (estimated)
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Kevin Troy's character, 'Lux Lucre,' is named after the screen name of devoted Browncoat Kerry Pearson, who died of complications from diabetes shortly before the release of Serenity (2005). (During the Fisher's Pub scene, the bartender mentions to Lux his fight with "Kerry 'Nice Guy' Pearson" some years prior.) See more »

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The chess board Lux and Grey are playing on the beginning is rotated 90 degrees (bottom-right corner should be a white square). Grey also describes the castling move incorrectly (the King moves two squares towards the rook, and the rook is placed on the other side of it; they do not "switch places"). See more »

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A fan film that's worth the effort
24 October 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is set within the same universe as Joss Whedon's "Firefly" TV series and subsequent film, "Serenity". Like the show and film, we follow the characters of an independent cargo ship who are just taking what jobs they can, both legal and not-so, just to get through each day.

This is a decent first time effort from all involved. The cast are relaxed and there are no "clunkers" amongst them. If anything, the dialogue, being in the particular style that Whedon and his writers wrote for his characters, gave me a new appreciation of how difficult it was for the professionals to recite naturally. There is a well thought out reveal for one character and the direction is confident.

Yes, this is a fan film and that's how it should be viewed, but at the same time, it doesn't come over as a "vanity" production, yet has enough nods to the fandom. If you have enjoyed the source material, then give this a try for no other reason than to appreciate the passion of the production team and cast.


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