"Iron Sky" 3rd trailer

Movie will ...

  • win?

    Votes: 13 72.2%
  • suck?

    Votes: 5 27.8%

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Donamy

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Need another option, 'don't know'.
 

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I had been waiting for this movie for five years. I actually forgot it existed. Glad to see they are finally filming it.

Looks a little campy, like a b-reel sci-fi, but I like those kinds of movies. It will probably be worth a watch.
 

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Dynamite addon(s). More talent than I possess, alas.

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It has potential. The CGI talent is obviously there. It's success will hinge on the acting and writing quality. I am guessing the general premise is that when Germany lost WWII, they fled to the moon and began secretly building a massive strike force to retake the world. Seems pretty cool, especially since the attack is called a Meteorblitzkrieg. If I saw that many Nazi spaceships re-entering at once, i would find myself a nice, deep coal mine to hide in until things cooled down. I like the zeppelin-like look of the large mother-ships. A clever ploy to revitalize the whole WWII-war-movie genre.
 
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The blonde in the beginning looks really nice. I just might see this movie now that I saw her...ON THE MOON (which only heightens her beauty)!
 

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Well, their Nazis at least speak a better german than George Lucase's, at least... :lol:
 

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This movie would be awesome if it wasn't a comedy.
 

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Bump for a good reason, the film opened in Finland and Germany's cinemas four days ago. I don't know if it will get as far as United Kingdom or United States cinemas, though.

The plot is also up on Wikipedia:
[ame="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Sky"]Iron Sky[/ame]
 

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These are the guys who did Star Wreck which, considering the budget and locations they used was absolutely brilliant.

I hope this is a major win for them because the film industry needs some fresh ideas and talent.
 

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Ok, minor nitpick here...in the trailer, the Space Zepplins were in orbit over florida, and they were facing north, that would indicate, that, unless they did some turning, they are in a polar orbit, and the moon isn't in a polar orbit... :2cents:
 

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Ok, minor nitpick here...in the trailer, the Space Zepplins were in orbit over florida, and they were facing north, that would indicate, that, unless they did some turning, they are in a polar orbit, and the moon isn't in a polar orbit... :2cents:

No matter which way space works in that movie, that statement is incorrect.

If space works in the normal, real way; then orientation changes nothing because I could orient a satellite to face 'in the up' direction which would not change anything related to the directional velocity (unless we count drag, but that's a completely different matter).

If space works in the fake, Star Trek way; then orientation does not matter as the spacecraft are under the 'hover' effect; where no spacecraft are affected by the gravitational pull of the parent body.

TL;DR Summary: What you are doing, mojoey, is applying the plane-change factor into a simulated universe where there is no such thing as a plane-change factor.
 
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