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Great Movie with interesting Topic, Good Cast, A future Classic that deserves more recognition.
Stargate is a very well directed and produced movie that belongs to the same class as other quintessential 90s sci-fi movies like Jurassic Park and Independence Day.
I really enjoyed this movie. Some parts were silly but the overall premise was exciting and fun.
Stargate wants to be an entertaining, thought provoking sci fi flick. But it fails with ugly costumes, bad screenplay, cheap cgi, and cliched action.
It's not as smart as it could've been, but Stargate is still an enjoyable sci-fi movie that has good visual effects and decent performances and characters.
I was actually suprised on how much I actually enjoyed this film. The lore is pretty rich and doesn't tread too far off to incoherence.
This still holds up 24 years later. It's a complete blast. Roland Emmerich wanted to be a director after seeing A New Hope. The story is heavilly inspired by the original Star Wars trilogy. It's just a blast to watch.
Not much for Emmerich movies, but this was a pretty straightforward film. Especially towards the 3rd act making for a quick and easy ending.
part indy jones, part star wars, part mummy, whats not to like???
Just re-watched on Showtime and "Stargate" is one of those near-great popcorn movies you can watch again and again - a la "Raiders of the Lost Ark".
The story line is totally preposterous - especially given how much of the History Channel is now devoted to alien intervention here on Earth - yet it manages to pull it all off. James Spaders is fantastic as the nerdy linguist who solves in two weeks what others have been working on for two years (!). And Kurt Russel so hunky and taciturn, yet so vulnerable, as the colonel leading this expedition. Both are bolstered by strong supporting cast. Then the sets and scenes are great once they go through the stargate to the Egypt-like land on the other side of the universe. Most of all, the ever enjoyable trope of an oppressed people rising up against their overlord always in so affirming when so well done - and in this case the Egyptian god Ra, so ably and almost campily, but not quite, played by Jaye Davidson.
"Stargate" a repeat viewing movie that always delivers.