A space cruiser crashes on a planet that is home to an intergalactic prison.


Martin Owen





Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Adkins ... Max Cloud
John Hannah ... Revengor
Lashana Lynch ... Shee
Elliot James Langridge ... Jake
Franz Drameh ... Cowboy
Isabelle Allen ... Sarah
Sally Collett ... Rexy
Jason Maza ... Space Witch
Tommy Flanagan ... Brock Donnelly
Sam Hazeldine ... Tony
Andi Osho ... Sofia
Shirin Daryaie Shirin Daryaie ... Scavenger
Martyn Ford ... Musculor
Finley Sebastian Pearson Finley Sebastian Pearson ... Young Max Cloud (as Finley Pearson)
Geraldine Sharrock Geraldine Sharrock ... Max Cloud's Mum


When a video game enthusiast named Sarah is transported into her favorite game, she finds herself on an intergalactic prison, home to the most dangerous villains in the galaxy. The only way to escape the game is to complete it. Teaming up with space hero Max Cloud, Sarah battles the terrifying planet while her best friend, Cowboy, controls the game from her bedroom in Brooklyn.

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Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi


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Crazy Credits

After the ending credits you can hear the phrase ,,do not fear, Max Cloud is here''. See more »


Performed by Stan Bush
Written by Vince DiCola (as Vince Di Cola), Scott Shelly
Published by Crab King Music ASCAP and Di Cola Music ASCAP
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It's idiotic and it's fun
3 February 2021 | by lamieurSee all my reviews

I have no idea who Scott Adkins is, but all the other reviewers seem to have a negative opinion of his interpretation of his role... I don't understand this, not only did he have fun playing a silly video game character, mid-movie we learn that his character has a super cute back-story (stupid, sure, but that's the point! I was completely captured!)

So about the movie, it was a pastiche of the 80s/90s movies. The story is between Jumanji and that movie where two kids bring a hot chick alive through a TV, I just can't remember the title. Which is fine, those movies were forgettable, but still fun!

The pastiche works, the game character's presence and jokes are... wooden, and that's by design. The game, when shown as an SNES game, is awesome. Meanwhile, inside the game, the characters do and say stuff that's deeper than the arcade game they're in. That's absolutely awesome. There's a nod to printed game guides, character back stories, and all of that eventually completes the immersion. I've developed a game in my time and to me it was absolutely awesome seeing the discrepancy between what the sprite-based characters did in an arcade-style game, compared to a 80s/90s developer's idea of what the character actually was about. I won't mark this as spoiler, but you'll see what I mean when the time comes. And believe me, it's awesome through that lens.

I't's a B movie and it's aware of it, making the best of it. It's a pastiche of a tiny sub-genre of 80s/90s movies, so maybe not for everyone. But if you're in the right mindset, you will enjoy it. And hats off the the people who created the pixel art for the game, that was actually amazing and completely transparent, as opposed to the spaceship CGI which was obviously (but very consciously) crap ;)

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18 December 2020 (USA) See more »

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The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud See more »

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