Review: Supernova (2000)

I love this movie. That being said, that’s not the same as it being a very good movie–because it isn’t.

Not necessarily.

It’s fascinating to watch though because the production was such a tumultuous one you can often see what the director intended to do, which is always interesting.

And the warp effect is probably one of the best I’ve seen in movies.

It’s that good.

And yeah, it’s a pretty mediocre movie built around a few awesome special effects but I’m okay with that.

And did I mention there’s an awesome bit of music over the title credit? It lasts only a minute or two, but it’s so, so good.

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