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The 25th Reich (2012)

In 1943, five US soldiers are recruited by the OSS for a time travel mission to save the world from the tyranny of Hitler's 25th Reich.

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Cast overview:
Jim Knobeloch ... Captain Donald O'Brian
Serge De Nardo ... Sergeant Carl Weaver
Angelo Salamanca ... Rifleman Roberto Barelli
... Corporal Haywood Updike
Dan Balcaban ... Private Eli Ishbak
Lisa-Skye Goodes ... Annunaki (voice)
Chris Goodes ... Annunaki 2 (voice)
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Introducing a crazy new genre mash-up from Australian director, Stephen Amis. A WWII sci-fi adventure - full of time-travel, duplicitous Nazi robots, faulty spaceships and giant mega-fauna... Based on the classic novella, 50,000 Years Until Tomorrow by J.J. Solomon, and with a screenplay penned by Amis, David Richardson and Serge DeNardo, the movie is a homage to sci-fi and WWII movies of the 1940's and 50's. Written by Anonymous

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25-ый рейх  »

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The director's cut of The 25th Reich features the spoof ending: "To be Continued in The 25th Reich and The War with God" - a homage to 1930's and 40's serial cliffhanger finales. For the U.K. release, the distributors deleted this ending. See more »

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Sargeant Carl Weaver: This is the day when the planets will be wreathed in dying garlands, when the abattoir will be substituted for the guillotine... welcome to New Germania!
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Totally not expected, and not enjoyed by any stretch.
21 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

This film was....how can I say it politely? A waste of time. It was also a waste of bandwith. If I paid to watch this at a cinema, I would probably burn it down to the ground if were it were not illegal to do so (heck I'd do that anyway simply because the snacks cost more than a nuclear missile). The more films I see that involve the second world war, the more I feel inclined to believe the industry is attempting to honour the memory of that horrid piece of work known historically and factually as Hitler. This was not refreshing by any scope of the imagination, it was certainly different, but it was different in a way that I can only describe as unexpected yet unwanted. I didn't watch the whole film because I endured, I endured mind you, the first half hour of it, and during that time the plot was predictable, the script was also predictable (any jokes about pussy is a bad start - they're old to a thirty-something), and generally if it's sci-fi you are looking for, then this may well be for you, but I'd expect to be bored out of your mind. Give it a go, you might like it, but for me, if I were you looking for something not usually your thing, I would totally give this a miss.


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