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Plot: A team of space scavengers discovers superior alien technology that threatens the balance of the known universe. Hotly pursued by a rival crew of intergalactic mercenaries, the Revelator crew must fight through the deepest reaches of space to locate and protect the life-altering device.
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In space no one can here your snore…
“Scavengers” was quite a boring Sci-Fi movie, which usually tend to be the overall impression of these fairly low-budget Sci-Fi movies. This particular genre of movies need spectacular CGI effects and impressive technology, so it doesn’t really help it that the movie suffers from a lack of interesting storyline or the ability to actually captivate the audience.
The storyline in “Scavengers” was so uneventful and uninteresting that it was bordering on being capable of putting people to sleep. During a salvage and scavenge operation the crew of a spaceship comes across a ‘chaos generator’.
Well, I am sure that the storyline had potential somewhere, somehow, but it just never come into being and it never really got up in pace and speed. It just trotted forward at a dull, slow pace, lulling the audience into a slow, but sure, slumber.
Effects-wise, well then “Scavengers” was adequate. The CGI worked to show what it was supposed to do, but it wasn’t anything breathtaking or spectacular, nor was it anything that leaves you in awe. There was a single scene in the entire movie that impressed me, and it was a gory one at that, where a crew member touched the ‘chaos generator’ and was instantly exploded.
As for the cast in the movie, well it was fairly unfamiliar and less than famous people. Aside from Jeremy London and Sean Patrick Flanery, then I think I knew no one there. And people did adequate enough work with their roles, though it wasn’t anything spectacular at any point throughout the movie.
“Scavengers” is really not worth the time or effort to sit through, as it takes forever to actually tell nothing. If you enjoy Sci-Fi movies, then there are far better choices available.
Like Dr Who, but without the appeal
Oh, dear… where to begin. ‘Scavengers’ is a case of something trying to be more than it actually is. The special effects are pretty blatantly computer-generated which doesn’t help, but, if it had a decent story or something, I’ll wager that most science fiction fans could forgive it its shortcomings.
Basically, you have a good ship and a bad ship, both vying for the same salvage in deep space. How do we know which ship is good and which ship is bad? Because both a equally as close to the precise definition of ‘good’ and ‘evil’ as you could get – making them both pretty clichéd. The ‘good’ ship has nice, attractive, kind people who live in a brightly-lit ship with white walls. The ‘bad’ spaceship is filled with creepy, Gothic-looking people who only want to kill people (and the walls of their ship are black and dimly-lit).
The ‘story’ (for what it is) is just bouncing back from one ship to the other while they try to fight over the salvage (which is worth something… by the way). And it’s not just the effects that are a bit shoddy. The script is pretty tired and the actors don’t seem to have enough enthusiasm in them to lift the dialogue above its mediocre roots.
It has a real ‘made for TV’ feel to it. It’s not the worst movie ever made, but it’s far from being the best. If you like you sci-fi a little sparse on the sets and effects department, watch Dr Who – it also has a story and reasonable actors.
Original Language de
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Travis Zariwny
Writer Travis Zariwny
Actors Sean Patrick Flanery, Jeremy London, Louise Linton
Country United States
Production Company N/A
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Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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