G-Saviour (2000)

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It's the year UC 0223. With the Earth Federation collapsed, a new govenment has risen: The Congress of Settlement Nations (CONSENT). This new government tries to cover up the discovery of a... See full summary »


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12 March 2002 | Sargonarhes
Finally, Gundam Lives
Say what you want, but the opinions of others mean nothing to me. And I'm glad I never listened to others. I liked Gundam Saviour. Sure it's not the greatest movie ever made, it's not even the best of the Gundam saga. So why do I like it? Because it is something not done before. Sure there have been plenty of sci-fi movies, giant robots, and CGI animation, but none have been done all like this. The G-Savior the star Mobile Suit of the movie doesn't show up until half way through showing once again the Mobile Suits are just the tools for the heros and villians to clash with at the big battle at the end of the film.

The real story is Mark Curran an Ex-mobile suit pilot gets involved in a plot to cover up the greatest new way to grow underwater agriculture. Mark goes out to help the scientist that made the discovery before the Evil General can get his hands on this discovery and make it disappear for his own gain.

The real acomplishment this movie is that it shows Disney was wrong, and could have put the Starship Troopers in the Powered Armor Suits that were mentioned in the book and it wouldn't have effected the movie in the least.

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Release Date:

29 December 2000

Language

English, Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan, Canada

Filming Locations

Canada

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