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Movie Information
TitleEmpire of Danger
DirectorEric E. Shook
Year2003
Production CompanyWestfield Entertainment Group
GenreScience Fiction
 
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Submitted by Anonymous 
(Jan 27, 2009)

It took awhile to uncover a copy of Empire of Danger; I had to get it off Amazon used. I can honestly say that it was worth my wait and money. The movie is excellent raw independent work, with lots of up incoming actors included. If you like science fiction and want to see some really good stuff, then try to get your hands on a copy, you wont be disappointed.


Submitted by John 
(May 26, 2004)

I enjoyed this movie. It has a refreshing mix of science fiction and fantasy, of past, present and future and of darkness and light. The shifting of scenes and characters kept me interested and on my toes. While expecting mediocracy I was not disappointed to discover none. I noticed above average acting, cinematography and direction. I was overjoyed at the ending which also came as quite a surprise.

The evil team of Endora and the guard (played by Heather Myers and Adam Kennedy) in the castle dungeon stood out as surprising and greatly entertaining. Both actors seemed to have thrown their entire being into these roles.

I also enjoyed watching the characters of the crew go through their development from the opening press conference through the problems with the mission and rescue. It was similar to watching my children grow up into adulthood. I was always looking to see what would happen next.

Then there was the three guards with their constant frustration with their jobs. Not unlike real-life situations we have all found ourselves in. Their solution to dealing with these problems made me want to crawl in and hang out with them.

Overall, I found very little content in this movie that I could fault. I plan to watch it again and think I will enjoy it as much, if not more the next time.


 

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