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Crimson Force (2005)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 4 June 2005
The first space crew to land on Mars find themselves in the middle of a Martian civil war.

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David Flores
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Cast

Cast overview:
David Chokachi ... Ambrose
C. Thomas Howell ... Captain Baskin
Julia Rose ... Enya
Tony Amendola ... Marduk
Steven Williams ... Williams
Terasa Livingstone ... Shara
Taylor Mac Bowyer Taylor Mac Bowyer ... Zu
Jeff Gimble Jeff Gimble ... Boudin (as Jeffrey Gimble)
Kitodar Todorov ... Igor
Richard Gnolfo ... Sean Kane
Nina Salza Burns Nina Salza Burns ... Mara (as Nina Salza)
Jeff Fahey ... Older Man
Jeff Rank Jeff Rank ... Nerdy Accountant
Teodora Slavcheva Teodora Slavcheva ... Sultry Asain Woman
Janeta Palova Janeta Palova ... Sexy Blonde
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Storyline

The crew of the first manned mission to Mars crash land on the surface in search of a clean everlasting power source they believe to be hidden somewhere beneath the ground. However, the crew find themselves in the middle of a civil war between the High Priest of Mars' royal guards and the High Priestess' warriors. The crew is divided with one half deciding to help the High Priest make peace with Earth and the other side with the High Priestess who is secretly plotting to kill her husband and invade Earth. Written by songmaster2005

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Trivia

A lot of similarities with the plot of Mission to Mars (2000). Not spoiled ones; a black character, a mission to Mars, and the possibility of a civilization beyond the Earth, among others. See more »

Goofs

When the ship is crashing the computer screen reads Manual Overide Engaged. The word override is misspelled "overide". See more »

Quotes

Shara: [knees Martian soldier in groin] Thank God for genetic similarities!
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More Saturday night dreck from the SciFi Channel
4 June 2005 | by geek_mastermindSee all my reviews

The script appears to have been written by someone who mixed up his notes in Screen writing 101 and used everything s/he'd been warned NOT to use. The characters are 2-dimensional and predictable. The conventions are as hackneyed as they come. And the editor must have been gone through several bags of Pixie Stix before firing up the equipment, because the cuts are fast, furious and distract from, rather than enhance, the story.

The latter may be a blessing in disguise, come to think of it.

The music is cobbled together from a variety of sources, including some that 'World of Warcraft' players should quickly recognise.

If this review is uninspired, it only reflects this plodding, pointless waste of film. It is an utterly regrettable enterprise.


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Official Sites:

Sci-Fi.com

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 June 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Armie Marsa See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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