Ultramarines: Warhammer [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]
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In the grim darkness of the 41st Millennium, the only force that stands between humanity and alien hordes are the genetically enhanced super-soldiers known as Ultramarines. But when a select squad of scarred veterans and raw recruits responds to a distant planet s distress beacon, they ll discover that a horrific evil has been unleashed. And amidst a living nightmare of chaos, carnage and daemonic fury, these steel battle-brothers must now survive the ultimate enemy: Themselves. The voices of Terence Stamp (SUPERMAN II, WANTED), John Hurt (ALIEN, HELLBOY) and Sean Pertwee (DOG SOLDIERS, EVENT HORIZON) star in this intense CGI animated sci-fi/action thriller and the first-ever feature-length movie interpretation of the Warhammer 40,000 game universe. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.
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The fan film Damnatus is much better.
Really, this movie is awful. The animation is poorly done. The marines walk like they are feather-light, not like huge dudes in power armor. The staging of the scenes is terrible. There is a "last-stand" style fight where a group of guys stand practically shoulder-to shoulder and the enemy converging on them from all sides seem unable to hit them. When they do hit someone, the same guy gets hit numerous times, while the guys standing near him are untouched. Also, this group of marines are shamefully stupid about combat, not one of them has heard of taking cover from enemy fire.
The characters are mostly very difficult to tell apart from one another, which makes an otherwise reasonably decent underlying story an incoherent mess. There are some distinguishing features from one character to the next, but they are mostly not prominent, and often out of shot.
The voice acting is passable, but, again, the voices are mostly too similar to make characters distinct from one another.
Several times I found myself pausing the movie so the timer would come up and I could tell how much more I would have to sit through.
The opening cinematic from the Warhammer 40K Dawn of War video game is prettier, more entertaining, and more inspiring than this entire movie.
As I write this, Amazon is offering me "up to" 66 cents for my used copy, but I just can't see it being ethical of me to rip them off like that.
If you're a fanboy (like me...), you know you're gonna watch this movie sooner or later. Unfortunately, when you do, you're gonna end up with a "Meh" taste in your mouth, so save this for a rainy day when you don't have anything better to do.
For something Warhammer 40k-ish I suggest the Mutant Chronicles movie, it seems like it's in that world