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Stargate: Continuum 2008

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Following SG-1 and The Ark of Truth, Stargate: Continuum is the latest chapter in this incredible series. The venerable Richard Dean Anderson returns to the fold, whilst the late Don S. Davis makes his final appearance as General George Hammond.While SG-1 attends the execution of Ba'al, the last of the Goa'uld System Lords, Teal'c and Vala inexplicably disappear into thin air. Carte...

Starring:
Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping
Runtime:
1 hour, 38 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction
Director Martin Wood
Starring Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping
Supporting actors Christopher Judge, Michael Shanks, Beau Bridges, Claudia Black, Richard Dean Anderson, William Devane, Cliff Simon, Don S. Davis, Steve Bacic, Gary Jones, Jacqueline Samuda, Peter Williams, Darcy Cadman, P.J. Prinsloo, Jean Daigle, Corey Turner, David Ingram, Dan Shea
Studio MGM
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I thought this film was beautifully shot in classic Stargate SG-1 style, I think the only comparison was the season finale of Season 7 regarding Special effects. The comedy and the banter among the characters kept your interest and the Special effects were simply amazing.

Overall I thought it could have been longer, and felt it should have been, I think the Directors Cut will be a must buy.

I feel this will be an enjoyable experience for Stargate fans.

I must warn you that some characters tend to swear somewhat in this film. I would watch this before leaving your children watch it to make sure it is ok.
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Format: DVD
Having just watched this, I absolutely loved this movie. The SG1 guys are back to the really good storylines. I would urge all fans of Stargate to buy this DVD, as the continued production of these straight to DVD stories is contingent on DVD sale figures. Here's to more great DVDs
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Format: DVD
A Brilliant Film (This could have performed well at theaters if MGM and 20th Century Fox were'nt Tight Gits) but the only problem i have in it is that the return of Jack O'Neill seems a bit less excitable then we all hoped it would be.

First when they attend Baal's execution he is Stabbed in the Heart and has a fleeting 5 Minute Appearance in Antartica and is not seen again until the end of the film. I Know it seems rude but they made a big hoo-ha of it (Even the Cover says "Special Guest Star RICHARD DEAN ANDERSON") that The O'Neill man gets to do very little except give out some snappy one liners.

But Appart from RDA's Lack of Screen Time in SG:C it is well worth the watch to see how they can fix the timeline.

Bring on Stargate DVD-Movie 3.
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With the demise of all SG1's enemies, the writers have resorted to the old "alternate timeline caused by time travel" storyline. Ba'al's last clone is captured and about to be executed when he, laughing, tells SG1 and the assembled crowd that they're making a big mistake. At that, people start dissolving into thin air. Yes, his creator has killed their grand-dads, or the equivalent. Somehow, our heroes survive this holocaust and the storyline is how they try to restore the timeline back to "theirs".

Probably the last thrashings of a tired franchise, this storyline is unsurprising and predicable, but remains great fun. There's no real "wow" moments here, but, like any fairground rollercoaster, although you may know what is coming, you can still enjoy the feeling as the certainties within the Stargate universe are stripped away and you drop into the void.

I really liked the series, still follow Stargate: Atlantis and am generally a sucker for SF, so have no problems in recommending your purchasing this.

However, new viewers should NOT start here, since, unless you know the majority of the backstory, you will be lost immediately.
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 July 2009
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If you've not seen all ten seasons of the tv show Stargate SG1 or the tv film Stargate: the ark of truth, then stop right there. Because this is another tv movie that continues from where the show left off, and it doesn't make any concession for new viewers.

If you have, then read on.

Stargate continues here in another movie. The first one, the ark of truth, tied up some of the loose ends from the show. and this one deals with another. the fate of system lord ba'al. He's about to be executed, but he has one last trick up his sleeve. as a result the tineline is suddenly changed, and the surviving members of SG1 have to adapt to a somewhat different world. And deal with Ba'al when he launches the next stage of his plan.

A competent and well made production, but it doesn't feel like anything we haven't seen before. and indeed we have, because the show did a changed timeline two part story at the end of it's eighth season.

Initially impressive set pieces in the first half an hour - with some great location filming in the arctic - give way to a middle section which is all character drama as the characters have to cope with the strange new world. you will either like the moments in this or find it a bit slow, depending on what you want from this movie.

action then kicks in come the final third of the movie, but despite some impressive cgi spaceships and a good use of jets the budget seems to have gone by this point. one big event happens offscreen and the final confrontation occues on a rather average set.

There are delights for the fans in seeing richard dean anderson once again, and a final appearance in the show for don s. davis.
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Format: Blu-ray
With the demise of all SG1's enemies, the writers have resorted to the old "alternate timeline caused by time travel" storyline. Ba'al's last clone is captured and about to be executed when he, laughing, tells SG1 and the assembled crowd that they're making a big mistake. At that, people start dissolving into thin air. Yes, his creator has killed their grand-dads, or the equivalent. Somehow, our heroes survive this holocaust and the storyline is how they try to restore the timeline back to "theirs".

Probably the last thrashings of a tired franchise, this storyline is unsurprising and predicable, but remains great fun. There's no real "wow" moments here, but, like any fairground rollercoaster, although you may know what is coming, you can still enjoy the feeling as the certainties within the Stargate universe are stripped away and you drop into the void.

I really liked the series, still follow Stargate: Atlantis and am generally a sucker for SF, so have no problems in recommending your purchasing this.

However, new viewers should NOT start here, since, unless you know the majority of the backstory, you will be lost immediately.
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