SG-1 are attacked on Tulak and Daniel Jackson is captured
by a mysterious alien. Now the race is on to save Jackson,
but Stargate Command have other problems to contend with:
the evil System Lord Kermez is heading towards Earth and he
doesn't plan to take any prisoners...
you have seen the first two Call it a Stargate movies
then you will be glad to hear that the lads from Hounslow
have made another instalment. Breakdown, however, is
a little more complex than previous outings.
personally didn't enjoy this instalment as much as the last
two episodes - there seemed to be way to much going on and
the jokes were not as subtle as we have come to expect. The
effects, as usual are pretty impressive - there is a great
scene where the camera pans from James the alien's quarters,
out through the window to show that we are travelling through
deep space in a huge spacecraft. There are also some great
explosion effects which are superimposed onto shots of houses
- which adds to the realism.
are still plenty of laughs (There is a fantastic laugh out
loud moment as Jackson is blasted towards the screen near
the beginning of the film) but for some reason the majority
of the gags are more likely to make you groan than have you
laugh out loud.
is also an incredibly well choreographed fight sequence towards
the end of the movie - although this scene may have worked
better if the mysterious masked alien had kept his mask on.
another superb fan film - one that all Stargate SG-1
fans should see. But don't just take my word for it. You can
see the movie free by clicking here.
fans will be pleased to hear that not only are Superteam hard
at work on their fourth Stargate instalment, but there
are plans to make a Starship Troopers movie as well.