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Kin Dza Dza
Arguably, it's the best sci fi comedy ever made and yet it's also the most famous film that nobody has ever heard of! Kin Dza Dza is a giant of science fiction and near the top of all good sci fi movie lists. If you like good, unusual cult sci fi -you need to see this film! Checkout the SadCAST review of Kin Dza Dza or click the links below to see the film on the Mosfilm Youtube channel.
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Cast, etc. of the new B5 movie/pilot "Legend of the Ran
quote:This is the cast for the movie/pilot. There's some familiar faces. DAVID MARTEL - DYLAN NEAL CITIZEN G'KAR - ANDREAS KATSULAS DULANN - ALEX ZAHARA SARAH CANTRELL - MYRIAM SIROIS MALCOLM BRIDGES - DEAN MARSHALL Kitaro - WARREN T. TAKEUCHI NA'FEEL - JENNIE REBECCA HOGAN MINISTER KAFTA - MACKENZIE GRAY TAFEEK - DAVID STORCH FIRELL - ENID-RAYE ADAMS TIRK - GUS LYNCH TANNIER - TODD SANDOMIRSKY CAPTAIN Gregg - ANDREW KAVADAS MINBARI CREWMAN - SIMON EGAN SINDELL - BERNARD CUFFLING If it turns into a series it will be *so* cool! [ 02-09-2001: Message edited by: brainplague ]
Updated 12:05pm ET on 30-August-2001 Rangers Darkens B5 Universe J. Michael Straczynski, creator of The SCI FI Channel's upcoming original TV movie Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers: To Live and Die in Starlight, told Science Fiction Weekly that the film will take the saga into darker territory. "I did want a darker, more serious look to this," Straczynski said in an interview. "I've always felt that we should learn from the B5 tradition, but not be bound by it. We can take it in another direction and expand and improve it--I'm all for that. I just don't want to go backwards." Rangers takes place in the year 2265, a few years after the events in the B5 episode "Objects at Rest," Straczynski said. The show is a pilot for a possible series. "We've had the Rangers as part of the Babylon 5 universe ever since season three," he added. "I've always been fascinated by them, and the fans have been pretty intrigued by them for a long time. And the creation of the Interstellar Alliance is something that was also dramatized in the series. The nearest point of comparison [for them] would be King Arthur and his knights, because this is about empire building. It's a variety of stories. The thing about the Rangers is that they go everywhere, and therefore the entire B5 universe is open to us, and will definitely be involved [in the stories]." Straczynski added, "Babylon 5 was really a show about political intrigue, with [this] core wrapped around an action series. This really isn't [the same], for several reasons. The political stuff will be there to inform [the Rangers'] missions, in terms of trying to make new alliances and to steady problems as they come up out there. But I want this to be more action-oriented. Plus, this is a small ship; we've put these characters into a very small, confined situation--a tin bucket in space--and they have to live with each other on a daily basis."