- TV Movie
- 1h 27m
The crew of spaceship begin to die because of unknown defect in a virtual reality device.The crew of spaceship begin to die because of unknown defect in a virtual reality device.The crew of spaceship begin to die because of unknown defect in a virtual reality device.
A TV Movie Better A Series
27 June 2009. The idea of a reality TV show format regarding a intersellar trip to the stars was fascinating as a sci-fi made for television movie. However, the premise in actuality was less than stellar and built on so many obviously fake assumptions that it couldn't really be pulled off without a brilliant script, direction, acting, and perhaps being made into a television series instead of a less than two-hour movie format. If for example the reality series had actually been real, it might have actually be worthy or interesting. But having to watch actors pretending to be real in a fictional movie was stretching matters, especially with the premise of heightened corporate driven ratings faking and dramatically driving such a perilous mega-trip to the stars (almost too unbelievable to accept). Alien (1979) had the corporate premise to preserve alien species for its weapon's division. This Silent Running (1972), Virtuosity (1995), The Truman Show (1998), Logan's Run (1976) amalgamation was too packed with ideas with too many characters (which was dealt with M.A.S.H television episodes fake-live interview format scenes as effectively as could have been expected). by the end, the culminating climax was a rather huge disappointment with some sort of psycho-virtual babble. This television movie wasn't without its exciting premise, its nice special effects and adherence to some strong scientific elements of space travel, and nice psychological atmospherics (like Sphere (1998) and Event Horizon (1997)). 6/10.
- Jan 20, 2019
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