The villains in the movie are very interesting and were a refreshing change to those we usually encounter in movies. Or at least offer a big discount to people that bought he original. Daniel Jackson is invited by a mysterious woman to decipher an ancient hieroglyph in a military facility. The actors carry themselves well and this is a worthy addition to any sci-fi collection especially those who like the idea of alternate history for mankind - See Alien vs. I don't understand why this movie is so underrated.
I'm pretty sure that people like Mr. It is a thought provoking film for fans of ancient history. Soon he finds that the device was developed by an advanced civilization and opens a portal to teletransport to another planet. It's usually very obvious which is which. In the present days, the outcast linguist Dr.
Soon he finds that the device was developed by an advanced civilization and opens a portal to teletransport to another planet. Stargate is in itself a theory. . It captured my attention quickly and kept it throughout the movie. Soon he finds that the device was developed by an advanced civilization and opens a portal to teletransport to another planet. The case and disc look exactly the same, even the catalog number.
Daniel Jackson is invited by a mysterious woman to decipher an ancient hieroglyph in a military facility. This movie started it all. I still have to turn on the English subtitles to see the ancient language translations. Lionsgate has a smelly butt. Terrible, and I really like this movie.
If they had functional grey matter in their pointed, little heads, they'd make good press and will by exchanging the defective discs, for the few, the proud, the early adopters. Wilhelm Brücke approaches their facility with a sinister motive. This was a first for me. I think the fact that they have never even admitted the first disc was defective and only fixed it by making a running change in production indicates they don't plan to replace anything. In the present days, the outcast linguist Dr. The movie itself is quite average and while worth seeing, isn't going to knock your socks off.
In the present days, the outcast linguist Dr. It has an interesting storyline tying in Ancient Egyptian Mythology to make it even more interesting. Originally Posted by krinkle Yeah I would also like to know as an owner of the original disc. The premise is engaging, and gives some very plausible explainations for mysteries that have stumped man for thousands of years. So it's a fantastic idea that wasn't ruined, but isn't spectacular. It would have gotten a 10 if it were not for the horrible lack of character development. I would give this movie an 8 out of 10.
Great way to run a company; release a defective product then, fix the problem but, don't tell anyone or offer an exchange program for those with the defective item. Description : In 1939, Professor Paul Langford and his daughter Catherine are still grappling with the mysteries of the ancient relic they discovered in the Egyptian desert more than ten years ago. It's just not right to treat your customers like this. I have seen it multiple times, and each time I get something new from it. How did the Egyptians develop their gods, and how were they influenced? I paid once for a defective product, I am not going to pay 2x for it. It's about a struggling archaeologist with strange ideas about the gods and rulers of Ancient Egypt.
Just someone that knows someone, that knows someone, that. I found it in my Uncle's basement and decided to watch it. James Spader does a wonderful job as Daniel Jackson and ditto for Kurt Russell as Colonel Jack O' Neill. I still have to turn on the English subtitles to see the ancient language translations. Little do they know, answers are about to present themselves in a dangerous form, when the Nazi Occultist Dr. They find a land that recalls Egypt and humans in a primitive culture that worship and are slaves to Ra, the God of the Sun.
It's a highly underrated movie, in my opinion it's better than most sci-fi movies and very interesting. Lionsgate really needs to follow Sony's lead on Fifth Element and offer an exchange. It asks: Where did the pyramids come from? This movie receives from me an easy 9 out of 10. It's not perfect, but good for a very enjoyable movie night! And believe me, I am an avid fan of movie music, especially Sci-Fi I am even brave enough to say that his music in Stargate rivals classic, celebrated soundtracks such as Star Wars John Williams Next time you see the movie, pay as much attention to David Arnold's music as you pay to the plot. Even though the gate itself isn't easy to accept, the underlying theme to the movie is. The answer given by the film to these questions is entirely feasible.
He makes a perfect villain, and it is truly a shame that he hasn't been in many other movies. It is very inconsistent from shot to shot. He should have won some kind of award, like Hans Zimmer won for Gladiator. Only one person is willing to believe him, and recruits him for a translator. David Arnold combines themes of romance, adventure, and wonder the likes of which I have never heard. Originally Posted by rolltide1017 I can confirm that the subtitles are not fixed. The bad guys are just as engagine as the good guys and that makes the movie all that much more enjoyable.