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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.


David Flores




Cast overview:
David Chokachi ... Ambrose
C. Thomas Howell ... Captain Baskin
Julia Rose ... Enya
Tony Amendola ... Marduk
Steven Williams ... Williams
Terasa Livingstone ... Shara
Taylor Mac ... Zu (as Taylor Mac Bowyer)
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


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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In space, you can not explode as is seen in the movie. If you are left with no oxygen your body can double its size due to bubbles in the bloodstream but not explode. See more »


The spaceship these astronauts use to land on Mars is supposed to be tough enough to survive launch from Earth, months in space, landing on Mars and then returning to Earth. But somehow the control boards are so flimsy that they short circuit just from someone falling against them. See more »


Shara: [knees Martian soldier in groin] Thank God for genetic similarities!
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Sci-Fi Channel needs to give us something to make us THINK, not our brains shrivel up
4 June 2005 | by Asteri-AtypicalSee all my reviews

How can a channel called the *SCI-FI* Channel be so horrible at creating movies which appeal to its core audience? Sadly, SFC tends to brag about it's long line of "original pictures"; none of which are worth watching, especially by fans of the Sci-Fi genre.

Crimson Force is no exception. More space-drama-eye-candy which neither captures the imagination nor stirs the mind. I agree with a previous poster - "who writes this stuff anyway"? It was like warmed over meatloaf. You already have had plenty of it before you began. It would be nice to see something come from SFC which actually seems to have been written by someone with an advanced brain. Crimson Force seems to have been aimed at teenagers who have never seen enough Sci-Fi to recognize how hackneyed and pedestrian this drivel is.

I won't commenting on the acting. It's not worth the typing.

SciFi Channel needs to learn to appeal to SCIENCE FICTION FANS when it creates ORIGINAL pictures. Give us something which gives us something to THINK about or, at least, stirs our imagination. Quit ignoring your CORE audience! Enough of the typical brain-dead Hollywood style drivel. We don't care if it looks like it was created in someone's back yard - just so that it has a GOOD IDEA and is written by someone with more than a room temperature IQ.

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4 June 2005 (USA) See more »

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Armie Marsa See more »

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Sofia, Bulgaria

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