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It's the year UC 0223. With the Earth Federation collapsed, a new govenment has risen: The Congress of Settlement Nations (CONSENT). This new government tries to cover up the discovery of a... See full summary »

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Graeme Campbell

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Mark Amato (teleplay), Stephanie Pena-Sy (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brennan Elliott ... Mark Curran
Enuka Okuma ... Cynthia Graves
David Lovgren ... Lt. Col. Jack Halle
Blu Mankuma ... Councillor Graves
Catarina Conti Catarina Conti ... Mimi Devere
Kenneth Welsh ... General Garneaux
Brendan Beiser ... Simmons
Marlowe Dawn Marlowe Dawn ... Dagget
Taayla Markell ... Kobi
Alfonso Quijada Alfonso Quijada ... Franz Dieter
Peter Williams ... Lt. Tim Holloway
Hrothgar Mathews ... Philippe San Simeone
Fred Henderson ... President Hawke
Tasha Simms ... Delegate #1 (as Tasha Sims)
Ron Selmour ... Guard #1 (as Ronald Selmour)
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It's the year UC 0223. With the Earth Federation collapsed, a new govenment has risen: The Congress of Settlement Nations (CONSENT). This new government tries to cover up the discovery of a new enzyme that could change humankind by feeding millions of who are starving to death. However, a rebel group led by Mark Curran tries to prevent this from happening. Their only hope is their new secret weapon: The G-Saviour (Gundam Saviour). Written by fml_lopez

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The first live-action Gundam production (all previous Gundam series had been animated). See more »

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References Starship Troopers (1997) See more »

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Mecha Lovers Lament
6 January 2007 | by vampeal7See all my reviews

G-Saviour, for the most part, is a fair movie. Decent characters, above par storyline that would fit the Gundam universe, but if you came for mecha fights and robots slaughtering each other for 2 hours, you're out of luck.

For what it's worth the mecha scenes, that are few and far between, are good. The G-Saviour will not win any awards for Best Gundam, but the fights between it and other mobile suits are worth a glance at, and yes you get both laser cannons and beam saber action as Mark Curran flies around in the G-Saviour aptly saving the day and holding up the tradition of Gundam.

So if you're a die-hard Gundam/mecha fan who must see every shred of Gundam footage known to man then knock yourself out. But if you are just discovering the world of anime and/or Gundam and have access to the animated shows, consider this movie a last resort. At least wait until they someday (god-willing) attempt to make a live action version of the original series.

3 out of 5, fair.


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29 December 2000 (Japan) See more »

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