Stargate: Continuum

2008

Stargate: Continuum

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The Stargate saga continues as an elite military unit races back to Earth following the mysterious disappearance of two key team members, only to find themselves in an alternate reality where the Stargate has never been invented. Somewhere in deep space, the SG-1 team is in serious trouble. Two team members have vanished without a trace, and now the SG-1 unit's only hope for survival is to get back to Earth as quickly as possible. Upon touching down the team is relieved to be home, but deeply disturbed to learn that the reality they just returned to isn't the same one they departed from. In this reality, the Stargate has never been discovered and neither the government nor the military has never even heard of the SG-1 unit. But who altered the Earth's timeline, and why? Upon discovering that a malevolent alien known as Ba'al has been meddling with the planet's timeline in an attempt to conquer Earth, the team must race against time to defeat the most powerful adversary that they have ever faced.

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Cast

Ben Browder
as Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell
Amanda Tapping
as Col. Samantha Carter
Claudia Black
as Vala Mal Doran
Don S. Davis
as Hammond
Michael Shanks
as Dr. Daniel Jackson
Beau Bridges
as Maj. Gen. Hank Landry
William Devane
as President Henry Hayes
Darcy Cadman
as Russian Officer
David Ingram
as Air Force Major
Derek Peakman
as Tok'ra Elder
Ron Halder
as Cronus
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  • A willingness to color outside the norm of the Stargate universe is what makes this so much better than the usual Stargate SG-1 episode.

    Jul 30, 2008 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

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  • Sep 18, 2010
    First the bad: While i do enjoy my take on this whole time distortion and time machines and past/present/future SG1 mixing together one way or another it was used so very often during the series that it kinda got old by the time the idea "reached" Continuum. Then we got a whole hour of...i dunno what to call it, gibberish, yeah that's the word. Except seeing some interesting twists, nothing interesting happens, i mean nothing i've been used throughout all these over 200 episodes of SG1. Now the good: Everything is kinda forgiven when finally we get to see a glimps of optimism, and eventually the kind of action and heroism i want to see in such a movie. Needles to say, Ba'al the last of the System Lords eventually gets his, and the past/present/future are once again restored to it's previous, otherwise normal order. As a movie overall i really liked it, i found it rather entertaining and enjoyable, and finally Jack O'Neill stars in this one, this possibly last movie regarding SG1 in particular (except Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut 2009) which is a remake. It has been an awesome 11 years with these guys and let's hope some new blood will live up to reach the same heights. Enjoy!
    Ovi G Super Reviewer
  • May 13, 2009
    I loved the TV show so I'm glad they are making these movies. I can't say I've been knocked out by them, but I'm enjoying them.
    Morris N Super Reviewer
  • Jan 19, 2009
    The SG-1 series may be over, but new material keeps coming out. <i>Stargate: Continuum</i> is the second motion picture after the series finale and once again, SG-1 fans will be pleased.<p>As usual, familiarity with the show is a huge must because there is no character background or even story history. The film jumps right into its own plot with the expectation that the viewer knows the background of the series. Does one need to be an aficionado? No. Just the general basics will do. The show will explain just a few things to help out.</p><p>Stargate and time travel. 2 fantastic concepts come together to form this motion picture. Time travel alone can create an interesting plot and it does once again here. The nice thing about the story is that it isn't all that difficult to follow. There is good enough explanation to explain the events of meddling with time travel and while not everything is given an exact answer, there are Carter's theories that are enough to satisfy the question.</p><p>The earlier parts of the plot are all character and story, with the time spanning over 1 year. Any SG-1 fan will not worry because the story is far from boring. Besides, the action comes out to play in the latter parts with some great CG and air battles reminiscent of <i>Independence Day</i></p><p>The cast is all intact once again with appearances from Richard Dean Anderson and Don Davis to top things off. I will also add that Claudia Black just looks yummy in her Quetesh outfit. There is even a cameo from good ol' Ra.</p><p><i>Stargate: Continuum</i> is a movie made for SG-1 fans and it will be a shame for those that pass this up. It is a most excellent watch.
    JY S Super Reviewer
  • May 15, 2008
    Excellent Movie! I love the Stargate and Stargate Atlantis series. So glad to see Richard Dean Anderson back, if only briefly. He still has his funny one liners. A must see for all Stargate Fans!
    Amanda . Super Reviewer

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