Cargo  Science fiction1 CommentThis Swiss science fiction movie is one step from perfection, but it shows that even that one step can fucking kill you. Everything is done very well, the atmosphere, the special effects, and the whole vibe of the spaceship. You would think it is the acting that is bad, but that’s okay too. I think it’s the script, actual script that’s causing all the problems, because the general story is relatively standard issue, but in the process of combining these elements something went wrong. There are many ridiculous situations, like the one where the medical officer complains to the police officer aboard about her troubles and fears that are life threatening and he responds to that with a kiss and a fuck. Come on, it’s like watching Dracula 3000 or some other bad movie. Still this movie is a first wave of new European science fiction flicks, so check it out. Enjoy.It is the year of our lord Satan 2267 and the Earth has been hollowed dry in humanities endless search for resources. Most of the people now live in space stations that are slowly beginning to fall apart because of overcrowding. Que Kassandra, spaceship with several people are in a cryostasis on-board, heading for station 42. They are a merchant vessel and their cargo should not be anything more than some useless stuff, but we will find out that is not so… And this is not some kind of alien rip off… Enjoy.Directors: Ivan Engler, Ralph EtterCast: Martin Rapold, Michael Finger, Claude-Oliver Rudolph, Yangzom Brauen, Maria BoettnerFun Stuff: As Dr. Portmann leaves the examination room after tending to Decker’s head wound, a THC molecule is clearly seen on a computer screen in the background. Below this is a structure of amphetamine.Rating: IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0381940/One Response Military Fiction Books April 14, 2010 fiction remains on top 🙂 great post ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.