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Im really shocked with this stupid movie it will never be scary at all
Oof! Species... what has become of you?! That was embarrassing.
The worst of the Species movies. There are a couple alright parts but in general it's just a mess. Fun titties tho
Terrible .... Not in a good way!
With my standard for Species films being dropped significantly below the quality of the first two for the sake of the awful Species III, I pretty much just watched Species: The Awakening because it was taking up space on my shelf and I felt a need to let it all end.
It almost isn't worth writing a review about Species: The Awakening, but I have to anyway. Essentially, its story is uncreative and cries out as being worse than the quality of the stories in its predecessors which were more than too weak to begin with. When you think the series couldn't sink any lower, it comes out with weaker visual effects, dumber writing and just a sh*tload more stupidity from the depths of the outhouse it was left in.
Species: The Awakening attempts to introduce a new concept to the series, but it is so ignorantly handled that without failure it stumbles below the B-Movie stories in its predecessors and ends up being just another forgettable low-budget science fiction television movie. If it didn't have the name Species in it, then it would ever receive the recognition that it had because the entire film is unrelated to the rest of the series, so it's another example of a film sequel with nothing to do with the original but the same title for the sake of hopefully experiencing some success. Unfortunately, with that it ensures that it carries the same lacklustre name as the series. Species would do better as a pornographic series, a series of films about killer sexy aliens as they have sex with men and kill them, but as it is simply a series of crappy low-budget science fiction features, the entertainment value is simply insufficient.
Species: The Awakening is No problem longer as sexy as the previous films because it lacks the necessary nudity to have slight entertainment, and has even less blood and gore. So watching Species: The Awakening is not something audiences do. They endure it, as it is below toleration. Of I hadn't made the mistake of purchasing Species: The Awakening, I would have turned it off halfway through. But instead I went through the trouble of sitting through it to the end which is more trouble than making a piece of crap like this with visual effects lesser than the quality of Ed Wood's if he was still making films today. So yeah, it is easy to forget Species: The Awakening, so be willing to forget to watch it.
Något bättre än trean, men Helena Mattsson är en blek efterföljare till Natasha Henstridge och kopplingarna till de andra filmerna i serien är nästan obefintliga, vilket gör att denna lågbudgetrulle mest liknar ett pilotavsnitt till någon halvskum tv-serie. Vilket det kanske var tänkt som. Som långfilm är den i alla fall föga imponerande, även om jag och min tittarkompanjon Henrik knappast hade koncentrationen på topp under visningen.
(Epic) Review Coming soon....
Species: The Awakening, can be described in 2 words; 'fan service'. Removing all aspect of story, acting and creativity and replacing it all with nothing but poorly directed and poorly written fan service.
afresh change from the last three episode, better storey , more suspense / action and a newer specie with an aim to change
Parts of this weren't bad but the majority was a bad tv movie quality style sci fi film. Ben Cross is an old favorite from back in the early 90's when they tried to make him the new Barnibus Collins on the failed reboot of Dark Shadows from about 1991. The main actress is good enough but is no Natasha Henstridge.