Interesting. The Starfleet ship models were pretty nice, but there were so many other problems overall that it was tough to enjoy. -- When you are leaving.. heaven is a distance not a place. --Carissas Weird
I enjoyed it. Like Rook008, it was hard to see the Galactica get its ass kicked like that. But it was outnumbered 3-1. Then the cylons were out numbered. But if it was just one federation ship I am not sure it could do a lot better. Sure the shields help but even they can get worn down. Made me want to see a shadow ship from B5 come in just to see it slice apart ships.
Anyway it was pretty cool to watch. Thx Nightwing -- Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war
Pretty good for a fan made mini-movie but I thought the enterprise alone could take out the entire Cylon force.
I think the Enterprise and the Defiant would be enough. With Worf at the helm of the Defiant, who couldn't he beat . -- Illegal aliens have always been a problem in the United States. Ask any Indian. Robert Orben
I find the lack of story disturbing. It should be mentioned that this is Lorene Greene's BSG, Not Edward James Olmos'. I was hopping to see some raiders. There was no thought of tactics either. Even the ancient tin cans would have done a better job of defending themselves. Camera work needed more thought. Looks like they were trying to use the camera type work from the new BSG but forgot there had to be someone there to take the film(as did the new BSG from time to time, I believe). And where were the raiders when the Starfleet ships arrived?
And there was one Starfleet ship I did not recognize.
I can only give 2.5 Cylons -- "We are the only intelligent people in the universe." Arrogance 3:10
I saw what to me was ST TNG Enterprise from the series and the newer one from TNG movies. The Defiant and the U.S.S. Nautilus NCC-90101 is the almond shaped one that took a hit. Am I right?
I liked it but it was a bit long and drawn out. They seemed to put more detail into the Star Trek ships as well. -- "When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace." -Jimi Hendrix
Kind of odd to see the Galactica get it's ass kicked like that, but I guess shields do trump armor.
That or phasers and photon torpedoes don't pack the punch you would think....
For a minute I was in Star Trek mode, thinking, "but the Yamato blew up in like the first or second season..." then I remembered who was talking.
Those Cylon raiders took a longer sustained burst to kill than did the K'Vort-class birds of prey in Yesterday's Enterprise. Talk about armor! Or phasers not having punch... >.> -- Think Outside the Fox.
U.S.S. Nautilus NCC-90101 is the almond shaped one that took a hit. Am I right?
I had never seen that one before. it looks like a cuttlefish.
Oh here is a question regarding the ST:TNG Enterprise, why didn't they seperate the saucer section from the rest of the ship? never understood why they showed that ability but never used it even when heading into battle. -- Cry "Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war
Well, in the show it was an expense thing. Though, one wonders if they couldn't just skip the showing of it separating and film only the stardrive flying around. Later, using CG... hell they probably never even made a model of just the stardrive...which still doesn't explain why the ill-fated Odyssey didn't separate before heading into the Gamma quadrant. -- Think Outside the Fox.
I'm trying to remember where I know the USS Quadrant from, but my Google search isn't bringing anything up. I know I know that ship from somewhere. It just looks too damned familiar! It's bugging the hell out of me now!!! -- "I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." - Galileo
I'm trying to remember where I know the USS Quadrant from, but my Google search isn't bringing anything up. I know I know that ship from somewhere. It just looks too damned familiar! It's bugging the hell out of me now!!!
I`m pretty sure the USS Quadrant was a ship in the Star Trek Bridge Commander game, but I may be wrong.