Star Raiders: The Adventures of Saber Raine

2017

Adventure / Sci-Fi

17
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 40%
IMDb Rating 3.1 10 344

Synopsis


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
Downloaded 129,583 times
August 07, 2017 at 03:29 PM

Cast

Casper Van Dien as Saber Raine
Cynthia Rothrock as Kandra Syn
James Lew as Sinjin
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
589.84 MB
1280*714
English
NR
25 fps
1hr 23 min
P/S 6 / 10
1.22 GB
1920*1072
English
NR
25 fps
1hr 23 min
P/S 8 / 8

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by barosanescu 10 / 10

Awesome B movie! They still exist!

1. Bad acting. Check! 2. Bad special effects. Check! 3. Will become a classic? Check! 4. Fun to watch if you want to get away from your chatty wife/girlfriend? Check! 5. Bad script? Hell yes! Check! 6. Have time to waste and watch this flick? Check! 7. Casper not aging too well? Check!

Most B movie actors are millionaires. Fact!

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 1 / 10

Raiders of the amateur hour galaxy

The idea for 'Galaxy Raiders' was sort of interesting, despite sounding like a very silly and derivative one at the same time. Likewise with the cover. Also enjoy sci-fi/adventure films out there, a few of them low-budget oddly enough.

Despite the interest, expectations were not high before watching 'Galaxy Raiders'. It turned out to be pretty much what was thought it would be, except even worse. Knew 'Galaxy Raiders' would be a silly film not to be taken seriously and not a grand, lavish in scale film, not having the budget for one, but was hoping it would overcome any limitations. It doesn't do that and the amateurish execution of every component made it unwatchable.

Visually, 'Galaxy Raiders' budget limitations show loud and clear, but it actually looked as though the production crew were not trying to overcome the limitations or make it look good. The sets and costumes look garish and cheap, it's chaotically photographed and even more sloppy to the point of incoherence editing. The effects are pathetic and look like they were an afterthought or made with only a tiny amount of money left. The modern technology doesn't really spice things up, the inclusion came over as random and pointless.

Music is perhaps the least bad asset of 'Galaxy Raiders' on its own, it tries to sound ok, though the placement of it is inappropriate and discordant a lot of the time and it fails to rouse or give atmosphere. Not that there is a whole lot in the first place, it all feels dull and muddled with very little character or coherence.

'Galaxy Raiders' writing is non-stop gibberish, unintentional humour and clumsiness. The references were not witty or clever, let alone inspired, they felt thrown in and very randomly and clumsily. Then there is the story, which is ridiculous, emotionally cold, all over the place in terms of focus and tone and dull. It's basically too many ideas thrust into the already over-crowded kitchen sink and there is not one scene where this feeling is shaken off. The more action-oriented scenes are far from exciting.

Characters are ones one is irritated by rather than connecting with them, nothing relatable or interesting about characters so sketchily developed and annoying. They are over-familiar archetypes and the conflict is so black and white it becomes predictable. The acting is a mess, some of 'Galaxy Raiders' on this front over-play, others are like emotionless robots. This is including, and actually especially, Casper Van Dien, the most well known name.

Overall, extremely poor. 1/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by peter-2002 5 / 10

Bad in a good way

I liked this movie.

It's definitely a B movie, much of the acting as well as the effects is so-so, but there are also clear nods to old school sci-fi, kind of a mix of some old Flash Gordon movie and some of the cheaper 80's sci-fi stuff, but also randomly mixed up with modern style tech/effects just to spice things up.

If you also consider that it's literally a low budget movie (at least partially financed through fundraising), it's not bad at all.

I think it works. I've seen worse stuff rating higher on IMDb...

+ + + Just to give you perspective: I like sci-fi a lot. I rarely shut off or fast forward even the shittiest of movies. It has happened perhaps 2-3 times that I can remember, and I've watched hundreds of sci-fi movies and TV shows.

Read more IMDb reviews

12 Comments

Be the first to leave a comment