Space Mutiny
Space Mutiny

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A pilot is the only hope to stop the mutiny of a spacecraft by its security crew, who plot to sell the crew of the ship into slavery.... (Full plot summary below)

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A pilot is the only hope to stop the mutiny of a spacecraft by its security crew, who plot to sell the crew of the ship into slavery.

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User Review - 10/10 by Altered E Look closely, and you can see the exterior shots of the spaceship are actually just stolen frame for frame from the original Battlestar Galactica show. Predictable but meandering plot (with transparently pro-apartheid overtones), but filmed so ineptly that it's fun to watch, more fun to heckle.
User Review - 4/10 by my n HORRID.and I love watching crappy movies so I liked this one. if you don't think its bad the dvd box even insults it
User Review - 2/10 by Graydon B A bad but entertaining-as-fuck! Watch the MST3K episode, its easily one of their best!!
User Review - 2/10 by Han S Space Mutiny is so bumbling and terrible that one would be hard-pressed not to fall asleep on it, and I did the very first time I saw it. Not even the presence of John Phillip Law could save this piece of 1980's sci-fi garbage. Thankfully, the crew of Mystery Science Theater 3000 makes it memorable, and nothing else. It has all the appeal of a dingy and smelly mattress floating on a pile of sewage, and even then that's giving it too much credit. It's only entertainment value is its unintentional comedy, but you have to be really dedicated to get through it as it's spotty and doesn't come all at once. If you're going to see this, I recommend seeing the MST3K version only. That's about the only way one can sit through it.
User Review - 2/10 by Archibald T Combine low-speed chases with about 18 deaths involving being thrown off a railing, throw in horrible acting, and you've got yourself a real piece of crap. Or Space Mutiny.
User Review - 2/10 by Jonathan P Ahh the future. Where women dress in single piece bathing suits. Where Apple II computers are back on the market and in high demand. Where CG images have reverted back to a Pong look. Where Russian bailarinas are telepathic aliens. And where acting and storyline are irrelevant.
User Review - 2/10 by Tom v Aggressively bad but unintentionally hilarious. MST3K has pretty much said it all.
User Review - 2/10 by peter h Were I in any other posistion to flame and insult "Space Mutiny" to the point of exhaustion, I would, but you see, it is so perfectly flawed in it's approach to delicate story telling and continunity, and falls through so many beutiful trap doors, I find such a posistion uneccersary. Dave Ryder is the hero of the "Southern Sun", a peaceful colonial vessel that looks...EXACTLY like the Battlestar Galactica, most of the earlier fight scenes also use fotoage from the classic series as well to make up for the fact the producers could'nt afford to use original efforts from ILM...and even to pay ILM for the footage at all. The Southern Sun comes under attack from mutionius forces led by Kalgon, who wants to settle on a real world in Space Pirate Terrirotry, using stock footage of previous explosions and a trecherous security officer who looks ackwardly like Robbie Robertson, he hopes to acheive this (did I mention his Ryder rallies troops to stop Kalgon's plans, along the way falling in love with the seemingly elderly daughter of the ship's Captain, who is apparently Santa Claus in all but actions. The continunity gaps are large and noticable, and only serve to make the film a g[color=transparent][color=transparent]em [/color][/color]to watch, thrill as a woman is shot dead in one scene, only to appear alive the next, MARVEL at the fac someone dies from a railing fall and becomes seprated from his glasses on impact, only for them to miracuiously show ujp on his face again after a quick camera switch, did he have enough energy to put them back on and go out as a dignified office nerd? We will never know. The most charming of all scenes is of course, the Golf Buggy chase across the futrutsitc space ship, disguised as space carts, the buggys engage in a "tight", snail paced "thrill ride" across two jey scenes, with the latter producing a bigger explosion than anything seen in the film before or after. It's hard not to graps the fact that the Captain looks like Santa Claus, Dave Ryder stops acting after every line (and even appears to skip some, although the key word is "APPEARS") and that Cissie Cameron could POSSIBLY pull off the role of a gracious attraction that could turn Ryder on, but that's exactly what "Space Mutiny" demands that you grab, whislt I would recommend the MST3K version of the film, the original should'nt be looked over as blatantly as it has, it's a history lesson in pacing a film in multi layers, and a prime example of how not to handle the most delicate, most heavily criticised genre in film history.
User Review - 2/10 by Karla R And also with my favorite of the guy's quotes from the episode :) [b]Boggy Creek 2[/b] The best actor was Tanya, and she sucked. What does that tell you? ** [i]Bryant:...Much of this land is still and should remain unspoiled...[/i] [i]Tom: ...As blue smoke poured from my motor.[/i] (later) [i]Mike (as Bryant): I put Tim in front to absorb the first hail of bullets.[/i] [b]Space Mutiny[/b] Horrible acting, writing and completely unoriginal. ** [i](after a guy has had a laser shoot his stomach)[/i] [i]Tom (as the guy): Oh, someone get me a Zantac, quick![/i] [b]Squirm[/b] It's terrible, but not as bad as you might think given the subject matter. ** [i](Roger is massaging his breast after his father poked it)[/i] [i]Tom (as Roger): Oh baby...oh wait, that's me![/i] [b]Prince of Space[/b] HORRIBLY dubbed, the kids were annoying, and the dialogue was laughable. ** [i](Dr. Macken wakes to find Krankor standing over him)[/i] [i]Mike (as Krankor): Mm, good morning honey.[/i] [b]Overdrawn at the Memory Bank[/b] Raul Julia is the film's only saving grace. ** ([i]After Rick and the James Cagney copycat try and block the door with a large wicker chair)[/i] [i]Mike: Yeah, that'll stop the 400 pound guy who smells pancakes![/i] [i](After Rick as been shot)[/i] [i]Tom (as Rick): You must remember this, my liver has been pierced...[/i] Stay tuned for part 2 (and possibly 3!)

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