Aeon - Countdown im All (TV Mini-Series 2000)

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As a boy Chris Sanders was forced to watch on helplessly when the father he worshiped, the astronaut Mathew Sanders, was killed in a Soyuz capsule that exploded. What Chris didn't realize ... See full summary »


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25 January 2002 | Skaven252
Disappointed
This mini-series was total baloney, with added bratwurst flavor.

Tired acting, predictable (and heavily prejudiced) plot that teeters on the edge of unintentional comicality, expensive-looking but poorly executed special effects. A safe no-brainer that'll keep you glued to the screen for, what, 15 minutes as you skip through the story in fast forward. Yes, it's simple enough to grasp at 15x normal speed and not miss anything important.

But a thumb up for making something this ambitious outside Hollywood. At the same time, a big thumb down for the producers for adapting and resorting only to the most worn-out cliches in the book.

Need just a few more attempts to get it done right. Maybe in the upcoming trillennium we will finally see a decent European Sci Fi flick.

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Release Date:

23 January 2000

Language

German


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Germany

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