Well there will always be a difference in opinions, and mine does somewhat stray from the negative. I've enjoyed watching SG-1 over the years and still find pleasure in hunting down the latest episode of Atlantis. That said i did enjoy this movie, both for it's originality in plot and because it stays true to the series. Way to often have we seen movies that were more like spin offs than anything. You could argue that this could have been just another double header, but the shere amount of known characters in ever so small parts shows that this one has been done for the love of the show and fans, rather than "just in it for the money" I'd like to give it a 10 out of 10, but i also have to maintain a certain level of reality, where 10/10 is reserved for movies that stretches my imagination. I won't be talking about this for several months to come, but i will however make sure that all my fellow SG-1 fans know that this exist and is well worth their time.
Stargate: Continuum (2008) 1080p YIFY Movie
Stargate: Continuum (2008) 1080p
Stargate: Continuum is a video starring Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, and Christopher Judge. Ba'al travels back in time and prevents the Stargate program from being started. SG-1 must somehow restore history.
IMDB: 7.53 Likes
The Synopsis for Stargate: Continuum (2008) 1080p
When the Stargate team goes to see Ba'al, the last of the System Lords, being extracted from his host. All of a sudden, Tealc, Vala and all of their allies start to vanish. Later Carter, Daniel, and Mitchell try to escape through the Stargate but find themselves not on earth but on a ship trapped beneath the polar ice cap. They learn they are on the freighter that was delivering the Stargate found in Egypt in 1939 to America. The ship is about to sink and they evacuate. They are picked up by a submarine and brought to a Naval Base where they learn the SG project never happened. They try to warn the government that the Gouald might attack earth. But the government doesn't believe and tells them that they're being released and given new identities and not to talk to each other or about their previous alternate timeline . One year later, the Gouald attack and the government asks for their help.
The Director and Players for Stargate: Continuum (2008) 1080p
The Reviews for Stargate: Continuum (2008) 1080p
Worth the timeReviewed byWraith_2106Vote: 8/10
Fan since the SG1 movie! It is good to see all the 'old faces', but too much yakking and not enough action. If the ship was seaworthy enough to float, where did the water come from? Jackson's solution-artificial leg, seen when he calls himself. How did the C4 blast a chimney and how did they get up it? If they couldn't contact each other, how was Cam able to call Sam then call Jackson? The scene in the chamber with the warriors, reminded me of the Imps in Doom. Why didn't SG1 have the mini Chapp'i power source earlier? Why didn't Cam's appearance in 1939 create a time paradox? Too many open ends and assumptions. Entertaining, anyway. Glad I bought it at discount. Lunatic1-1
Pros: 1. This tied up things nicely through the plot so we don't have to look for some of the tired old goauld's running through the seasons anymore. 2. The old cast is back to a large degree. 3. Fills Sci-Fi gap that seems to have opened in the entertainment industry. 4. Has plenty of "woah ho ho ho! Look at that!" moments 5. Keeps a good healthy pace Cons: 1. There are several points where the characters just let things go (as mentioned in the other reviews) and it lends a feeling that the writer was red-pen marking things out just to fit a time constraint. 2. There's a new and over-the-top addition of swearing to the movie, which we could have done without. I watched this with my 10 year old, an avid SG1 fan, and had to stop partway through. It didn't add anything, even angst, to the movie. 3. The ending was anti-climactic and tied up a little too fast. 4. Tealc has hair.
Overall I think casual fans like myself will love this addition, while hardcore fans will blow it off as just another milking of the cash cow. There's a palpable dearth of good sci-fi programs on anymore (cry) and this really hit the spot. RIP Don Davis, btw.