This outlines a big problem in and of itself; the need to include gratuitous special effects, even if there is no logical reason for their existence. Where's the originality? Michael Straczynski goodness. I know you can do better than this. The story is a bit slow at times, but overall, it is a good movie and worth seeing. Despite their superiority though, their technologically superior ships which tear the Valen to pieces in seconds have a really hard time taking out a damaged patrol vessel and its escape pod slinging captain.
Star Trek where the plot is always the same: The Captain mostly delivers exposition. Edit page.
A woman, her ex-husband, and her new wife work together to raise a family in middle America. This film contains some very good dialogue, excellent special effects and a fine performance from the late Andreas Katsulas as G'Kar.
The plot is more like the kick off premiere feature length episode to a new series than a premiere feature length Babylon 5 film.
For some reason, bad guys attack them. The Black Water Vampire 2014.
He's best known for killing zombies, but Norman Reedus is more into sketch comedy than action when he's off-set. Monster Party 2018. No, the show is enough for me.
This is a snore fest. I can't think of a single dissapointment in the plots in b5.