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Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie (2010)

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A squad of Ultramarines answer a distress call from an Imperial Shrine World. A full Company of Imperial Fists was stationed there, but there is no answer from them. The squad investigates to find out what has happened there.

Director:

Martyn Pick

Writer:

Dan Abnett (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Terence Stamp ... Cpt. Severus (voice)
John Hurt ... Brother Carnak (voice)
Sean Pertwee ... Brother Proteus (voice)
Steven Waddington ... Brother Verenor (voice)
Donald Sumpter ... Brother Pythol (voice)
Johnny Harris ... Brother Nidon (voice)
Ben Bishop ... Crastor (voice)
Chris Finney Chris Finney ... Brother Boreas (voice) (as Christopher Finney)
Gary Martin ... Brother Hypax (voice)
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A squad of Ultramarines answer a distress call from an Imperial Shrine World. A full Company of Imperial Fists was stationed there, but there is no answer from them. The squad investigates to find out what has happened there.

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In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war


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Rated R for strong bloody violence | See all certifications »

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Trivia

This movie featured "Captain Severus". "Governor Severus" was seen in the Warhammer game Fire Warrior (2003). See more »

Goofs

A Chaplain's standard weapon is the Crozius Arcanum: a close combat melee power weapon which is designed to discharge its energy on contact and inflict damage on even armored targets. It's not a ranged weapon, suggesting that Carnaks was a unique piece of wargear with special abilities (a common thing in the WH40K universe) See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Space Marine: Brother Nidon, report to the Chapel! Guard the Codex!
Nidon: I must protect the relic! In the Emperor's holy name! I must protect the relic...
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Warhammer Hits the Nail on the Head!
21 February 2011 | by mankind-photoSee all my reviews

I think this film is 100% faithful to it's source material, which was a brave step, and may alienate the mainstream a little. This in my opinion was well worth while, because to a fan of the old Games Workshop franchise this film was all I could have hoped that it would be.

I found the animation really appealing and an ideal route to use. The voice overs chosen were perfect, especially the great John Hurt. I loved the way the story went full circle, it worked just like a good graphic novel which I understand is writer Dan Abnett's day job. Fans of 40K won't be disappointed in my opinion.

I couldn't stop smiling with every bolter shot!


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 December 2010 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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1.85 : 1
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