Not so bad
Okay, its got no budget, that said. Its pretty dang impressive. The
chemistry between Amanda Tapping and Adrian Paul is endearing and
believable. Their scenes together are utterly believable, and okay yeah
the black hole doesn't actually appear until the last ten minutes or so
of the flick and it's pretty silly but hey its a low budget flick, I
mean if you pay attention there's only like three locations. That said,
its a lot of fun, well worth renting or buying if its under $10. Plus
for any Adrian Paul fans its well worth it as he has numerous
entertaining one liners. So don't go into it expecting Armageddon and
you're good to go. And Amanda Tapping has a great line, "I guess that's
what you get when you build a relationship on sex and tuna fish
They could've made the film a bit more interesting if they showed more
action, as it was they did leave it a bit late and didn't put much in
and therefore lost out in a way.
Although some major sci-fi fans maybe disappointed by not seeing the
actual black hole for very long the rest of the film is really good.
This type of storyline has been used many times before but even so I
found the film interesting from start to finish.
Amanda Tapping (Stargate's Major Samantha Carter) is a favourite of
mine and Malcolm McDowell is great as "the bad guy"
I would recommend this film, I maybe easy to please but it's one of my