Farlander said:I was glad they were making a Wing Commander movie. I saw it and then spent the next several years studying physics in the hopes of inventing a time machine so that I could go back in time and shoot myself in the face before I could see it.
LeHah said:Luckily, no one on the internet will remember you or care what you said, so I doubt there will be a time flux or temporal causality loop or anything.
Farlander said:I have seen the movie and there is nothing that can be done about it.
Farlander said:Both movies are quite different from their source material and both are considered by most people to be horrible movies, or at least below average.
Farlander said:There are actually a lot of similarities between the two movies, like a combination of great and horrible cast, for example.
LeHah said:You have little doubt from me that your parents said something in that vein about you upon your birth.
With the exception of the production being undercut by Globus into forcing the screenwriters to shoot most of the show "on Earth", the movie is awfully close to the TV show. The one thing that was switched around was obviously Orko for Gwildor but thats about it. I'd much rather have Billy Barty than some floating sorcerer anyway.
The only good casting in MotU was Frank Langella. Everyone else - from a Friend's Star to an Admiral's wayward son to a Russian Boxer and Scott Bakula's wife - are pretty awful.
Yeah, the soundtrack is awesome. It is as good or better than many others from more popular Sci-Fi films. It might be my favorite thing about the WC movie.Kain said:i was a little disappointed but defended it anyway,David Arnold's music saved the movie IMO.
AD said:Yeah, anyone who thinks it's the worst movie ever hasn't seen Alone in the Dark yet!