Babylon 5: A Call to Arms (1999)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama


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The Drakh, allies of the Shadows, seek revenge against humanity after the Second Shadow War.


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7 November 2001 | oogy_boogy
Going out on a limb here
Ok, lets make this clear before there are any nasty words being thrown my way. I LOVE babylon 5 ok? But i felt disappointed with this movie :(

The reason why i felt disapointed with this movie is because i think that you have to be *really* into Babylon 5 if u r to enjoy this movie! I admit, it had some class bits and the "White star Destroyers" were brilliant! But like alot of you have mentioned, the music drove me to destraction and also i felt that it "took to long" getting to the point!

Sheridan was at his finest in this movie but i REALLY missed Delenn! I loved that girl! Galen and Durenna were also great actors, altho i still miss whats her name (I KNOW I'VE SPELT THEIR NAMES WRONG!!) Ivonnva, that girl had class! Not to mention a very sharp tongue! The story line, settings and design of this movie was first rate, but towards the end i was just thinking "Blow up the stupid planet and lemme go!" How poor was that?

I'm not taking the mick outta this movie, i loved it! And it is alot more better than "River of Souls" but it doesn't appeal to me in a way such as "Thirdspace" did or even "In the beginning" did, i dunno, may be sometime in the near future i'll love it just as much but for now, i'll watch it bit by bit by bit...

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Release Date:

3 January 1999

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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