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Savage Planet

Savage Planet (2007) Movie Poster
USA / Canada  •    •    •  Directed by: Andrew Wild.  •  Starring: Sean Patrick Flanery, Reagan Pasternak, Joel Keller, Roman Podhora, James McGowan, Kevin Hanchard, Sarah Danielle Madison, Anthony Ashbee, David Sparrow, Marie Ward, Michelle Stephenson, Jake Simons, Trudi Reaume..
     A team of scientists visit an unknown planet in hopes of finding a new, safe, world. Instead they find a mutated species that turns the expedition deadly.

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Review:

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Like others who have commented on this demented attempt at entertainment, I too was lured into watching by the promising advertisements Sci Fi put out before airing. Like the others, as well, I was sorely disappointed by everything in it. Flannery was the only saving grace, except for the hot blonde, and the director should absolutely be shot without trial andor left on the planet as suggested by another patriot of good Sci Fi.

I too thought (what WAS I thinking!) that the "super predator" would be some "AlienPredator" hybrid that would defy all imagining and show us another concept of extraterrestrial life. BUT A FRIGGING GRIZZLY!!! Come on Sci Fi, I have seen you do better (sometimes) and I know you guys have more than $250 US dollars in your pockets (for the bear rental) to get better computer programmers to come up with SOMETHING better than those stupid CGI's that were embarrassingly childish. Hell, my 12-year-old niece can do better than you did. You need to fire everyone who worked on that farce from the director to the best boy. No one deserves to watch that trash. The ONLY reason I watched the whole boring thing was that I had already invested 30 minutes of my time and figured I'd see how it ended. Predictably.

Your new series "Eureka".... Now THAT's what I'm talking about, humor, entertainment, and something different. If you can find the people to make THAT one up for a season, you can find someone who can make a two hour movie that is at least somewhat entertaining.


Review by papadea1953 from the Internet Movie Database.