Looking Back at the Stargate Franchise

nivek

As Above So Below
Ok I checked my copy of that episode and it looks like Tealc's feet are just outside when the gate shuts down. Makes it by inches. So on my one he still has his feet.

Thanks, I was watching a copy from the internet and its got some pixelation, not the best details lol...

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Toroid

Founding Member
The Ancients that built the stargate network must have achieved an unbelievable technological level. Why didn't they ascend before creating it? Did they have some agreement with the mind of the Logos so beings could explore the creation? Did they find a way to glitch ascension? Was the realm they would eventually enter under construction? In one of the SG-1 episodes it said when humans were no longer present on a planet with a stargate it was recycled. After they were gone did another race take over the responsibility? Mark Richards claims we are a hybrid race and perhaps the Annunaki story is true and they created us. In the Wingmaker material it states they hold the original template for the human race. How different are we compared to that template and how old is it?
 

August

Metanoia
The Ancients that built the stargate network must have achieved an unbelievable technological level. Why didn't they ascend before creating it? Did they have some agreement with the mind of the Logos so beings could explore the creation? Did they find a way to glitch ascension? Was the realm they would eventually enter under construction? In one of the SG-1 episodes it said when humans were no longer present on a planet with a stargate it was recycled. After they were gone did another race take over the responsibility? Mark Richards claims we are a hybrid race and perhaps the Annunaki story is true and they created us. In the Wingmaker material it states they hold the original template for the human race. How different are we compared to that template and how old is it?

Wow that's interesting thoughts . They say with our universe we understand about 5% of it I would say the same applies to the Stargate universe. I really do hope they do another series as Stargate was one of MGMs biggest earning shows its immensely popular .
 

Toroid

Founding Member
The Asgard have a technology of what resembles a computer mouse or a Ouija Board planchette. I wonder if that's where the idea for our mouse came from. While looking for pictures of it I saw they have Stargate Lego sets.
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This one costs $199.99 :eek:
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Here's a $60.00 mirror.
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Jacketon

Adept
'Stargate Continuum' is an excellent movie addition to SG-1 and it brought the series full circle. From classic elements to the return of favorite characters and villains to outstanding photography, effects, and music Continuum takes what could have been a boring attempt to tie up the loose ends of the series and creates a real action packed adventure. Lots of time travel stories end with the big reset button at the end, it was nice to see some thought put into this one and see the characters have to work to set things right.

I was very pleased they got back to basics giving us the very essence of Stargate SG-1 with this movie. 9/10

 

Standingstones

Celestial
I guess I have a different view of SG-1. After Richard Dean Anderson got tired of the series (around Season 6) everything began to go downhill. Sure there were some good episodes but Ben Browder couldn’t fill Anderson’s shoes. I was disappointed in the TV movies as well that came out after the series had mainly ended.

I could notice that Anderson was phoning in his acting so it probably was best he left. Unfortunately, all the replacement cast members couldn’t lift the series back up. It was a shame because I loved those first few seasons.
 

wwkirk

Celestial
'Stargate Continuum' is an excellent movie addition to SG-1 and it brought the series full circle. From classic elements to the return of favorite characters and villains to outstanding photography, effects, and music Continuum takes what could have been a boring attempt to tie up the loose ends of the series and creates a real action packed adventure. Lots of time travel stories end with the big reset button at the end, it was nice to see some thought put into this one and see the characters have to work to set things right.

I was very pleased they got back to basics giving us the very essence of Stargate SG-1 with this movie. 9/10


Thanks for bringing this to my attention. In the past few months I've discovered that I somehow missed quite a few good shows and movies.

On second thought, I believe I did see this back when MGM had a website dedicated to the franchise. I did enjoy the film.
 
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