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Battlestar Galactica is a TV mini-series starring Edward James Olmos, Mary M.

battlestar book galactica book mini series book 2003 kindle Battlestar Galactica MOBICDonnell, and Katee Sackhoff. Following the destruction of the Twelve Coloni.


CDonnell, and Katee Sackhoff. Following the destruction of the Twelve Coloni.

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25 thoughts on “Battlestar Galactica (TV Mini-Series 2003)

  1. nomenmeltdown nomenmeltdown says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIBesides saying that I really liked the re imagining of Galactica I just wanted to point out the madness in one of the recurring complaints Ive noticed among fans and nay sayers of BSG I read a lot of people saying the new one doesnt have the humour of the original or it takes itself so seriously the characters are too serious or things to that effect Im just wondering how funny do you expect a nuclear holocaust to be??


  2. colinbarnard colinbarnard says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIYeah I know a superlative Curses to you both Ron Moore and David Eich you have made it impossible for me to watch Star Trek again Not since the first Matrix film in have I sat at a screen and gaped in awe at the push my brain was givenIn three hours we are introduced to a world and a cast of characters that are unrivaled in depth and seriousness The story is compelling beyond belief We are really there We really careT


  3. bishopolis bishopolis says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIViewers either love this programme or else they completely hate it It seems theres no middle groundThis incarnation does deviate from the standard format of BattleStar Galactica and indeed from every single episode of every series produced in the s by Glen A Larson The first scene has one of the leading roles played by a woman the source of about half the griping Apparently women arent supposed to be tough nor fully dressed in spaceAlso no ones perfect Its hard to faithfully jump in and worship the main characters like were used to doing as children Back then the main characters flashed their CHiPs smiles fired their blasters from the hip and got all the girls even if they were blue The main characters saved the day reliably and on time each and every week By comparison the characters in this series are barely keeping themselves together and obviously suffering from their environment let alone trotting out the


  4. talonmortis talonmortis says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBITo think that I heard of a remake of BSG and thought pfft probably rubbish Dear God I was wrong This is possibly the best example of television Ive ever seen The sheer cold clinical detached storytelling style makes for an enrapturing viewing The miniseries is what hours long? and I didnt flinch once when I first viewed itThe characters were wonderous especially I found Colonel Tigh to be a terrific re imagining of the previous incarnation Commander Adama and Captain Adama had an almost painful on screen chemistry Oh and Mary McDonnel? Inspired choiceThe thing that I truly love however is that there is very little noise No massive explosions No screaming and shouting Everything is detached everything is calm in a slightly sick way Only one word can truly sum up this miniseries and what followsuiet


  5. adamjbernay adamjbernay says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIIve read a lot of your comments and it amazes me how some people seem to think that the function of this mini series and hopefully series is to cater to the whims of the fans of


  6. mag mag says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBII love everything about Battlestar Galactica I used to watch the original as a kid but this is so much better due to uantum leaps in special effects since then You feel as if you are right there on the flight deck or in the cockpit or in the command centre Its easy to believe that Galactica exists somewhere out there I love the characters they are so gutsy and real the plot is excellently portrayed and leaves you gasping forI want to be a cross between Starbuck Six and Laura and who wouldnt want to be mates andwith Apollo Helo and Baltar Such brilliant and realistic escapism is not always easy to find The producers writers and stars should be congratulated but I guess their reward is working on such an excellent project and knowing that they get to touch the lives of so many peopleEven though we dont all get to fly vipers out amongst the stars we can pretend we do when we turn on BSG


  7. sirderakus sirderakus says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBII expected very little of this Sci Fi Channel miniseries for I adored the original so much but to my pleasant surprise this production is excellent It doesnt fall back on genre typical styles of film making as we have seen repeatedly in Star Trek or other television dramas The editing is wonderful the directing is above par and the acting is uite convincing I am especially pleased with the performance of Mary McDonnell as the president of the colonies Her portrayal is that of an ordinary human being thrust into power by extraordinary circumstances She doesnt overplay her strength and she doesnt fall back on exaggerated feminine emotionality as so many female leaders seem to do in other shows The uality of her performance is also seen in the other actors who are allowed the screen time to show us thei


  8. mike mike says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBII had the grate pleasure of been born in the s to be exact We had Star Trek on every day Whatcould a young fella ask for in I remember catching the bus with my father to watch Star Wars If I recall correctly the dude in the black mask gave me some bad dreamsSkip forward years as father and son went to see the empire strike back It was around this time at school where every kid was asking was Vader Lukes dad It would fill up our every lunch time discussions until a kid said did you guys watch the show on Saturday morning No we all said so next weekend we all went round to Chrises house and had our minds blown away There were epice space fights with robots As a bunch of years old kids we were hooked We watched it on Saturday morning and played out our favourite scenes In the play ground on Monday We loved that show so much that server


  9. Wraith Wraith says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIBefore this re imagining was even announced I had never before heard about Battlestar Galactica except when an overweight comic book geek mentioned it on TV But when I heard such a show was airing I found myselfwell gitty Never watching the old series I spent the night that it first aired glued to my TV waiting for it to come on And after I watched the whole miniseries I was blown away A sci fi show with no lasers? No elaborate all too clean spacecrafts? No weird talking animals? A sci fi show that is actually relevant to today? Can such a show exist? Yes my friendNever before has such a show like this been created Naturalistic Science Fiction is what the producers call it It was created to shake things up in the sci fi genre the only problem is that it came too late Sci fi is now associated to too extremes Star Trek and Star Wars both are great I prefer Star Wars but whatever And there have been smaller sho


  10. mstomaso mstomaso says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIThose who are used to SciFis standard fare are likely to be a bit bored by the realism character development intelligent dialog and lack of explosions mutant organisms andor poor special effects This is REAL science


  11. casarbi casarbi says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIA fantastic reinterpretation of Larsons original premiseI loved the old Galactica It was cheesy simplistic fun However I always find Larsons old pilots holdpromise than their seriesLike Buck Rogers the original Galactica pilot is far darker than the rest of the series run For a show based on the genocide of planets the original Battlestar Galactica never really got to


  12. CaptainJames CaptainJames says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIWhen Galactica first aired in I was only sixteen years old At that time in my life I was craving anything Star Wars or Kiss When Battlestar Galactica aired it w


  13. GraXXoR GraXXoR says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIAfter Firefly was aborted in I lost interest in investing in fringe TV At any time loved characters could be axed and heartfelt universes unwrittenSo when BSG was released I didnt even bother to watch and assumed that it would be canned after a couple of episodesWhen a third year was confirmed however I changed my mind and decided to start to watch itIt was when I first saw Adama walk down the corridor and decry all networked computers And I loved itNow years later I am rewatching it yearsImagine that That is the difference between and That is the difference between Superman IV The uest For Peace Inner Space Masters of the the Universe Predator and The Running ManVSThe Matrix Japan Release Existenz and the X Men years is a LONG TIME in terms of Sci FiAnd yet years later Im rewa


  14. Matador Matador says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIit failed to thrillSpoilersI appreciated the efforts to give all of the characters well character than the cardboard cutout good guys in the original even if it was taken too far in the case of Starbuck who is just obnoxious and needs to be seriously toned down and Baltar who is just nuts and had FAR too much screentime talking to the fantasy woman in his head and can it be any coincidence that the only character WITHOUT any issues turns out to be


  15. pjgs pjgs says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBISpoilers for both episodesI tend to like sci fi showsthan other kinds of TV shows Doctor Who is currently my favorite show but I think Battlestar Galactica might give it a run for its money if these two episodes are representative of the shows overall uality The fact that this was made in is really really impressive the directing acting writing and music are all really good and the special effects hold up very well All the characters are really likable Episode isaction packed and episode is slower but muchintriguing My favorite scenes are the ones between Gaius and Number especially in episode the producers do an impeccable job at distinguishing whats in Gaius head and what is really going on with huge shifts in the music and in the camera work I have to say Boomer was a good character and the cliffhanger at the end of episode really shocked me You can tell


  16. Tweekums Tweekums says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIHaving enjoyed the original series of Battlestar Galactica as a child in the seventies I wasnt too keen to see this believing it to be a remake where favourite characters had changed gender for no obvious reason how wrong I was The basic story about a single battlestar and a ragtag fleet of survivors from twelve colonies that have been decimated by a Cylon attack remains but whereas the old series was an exciting romp suitable for all the family this is something much darker I even came to think it was an inspired move to make Starbuck and Boomer female as it makes it easier to forget the old character while watching thisAs the story opens forty years after the first Cylon War the Battlestar Galactica is about to be decommissioned and turned into a mus


  17. magicwalnuts magicwalnuts says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIAs a huge fan of the show from the second this miniseries aired I may be a bit biased but regardless this release has incredible meritsThere are two aspects of BSG II that really pull you in first and foremost and one of the reasons the series is so incredibly excellent are the characters and their interactions They are just so darn believable from the alcoholic second in command to a dying school teacher turned president of humanityThe second and the reason why standing alone this is an excellent piece of cinema is the grim atmosphere that is so realistically displayed The sense of horror and helplessness is almost palpable as you witness the genocide of a raceAs I write this BSG has aired all the way up to season Combined with the series BSG is shaping up to be one of the greatest


  18. damnfuct damnfuct says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBII skimmed the bad comments and all I could find is a bunch of oldies bashing the new Battlestar Galactica with comments like Starbuck was better as a man and Human looking Cylons are a sci fi cop out I have a few issues with this garbage train of thoughtIm a Sci fi fan perhaps I should say I was after seeing BSG Ive watched and enjoyed all kinds old to new After being absorbed into this series going back to Star Trek seems childish I cannot watch shows like Andromeda or any other new science fiction because they dont feel like they are going anywhere Theres


  19. Andy Andy says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIAs a little kid I loved the old BSG so I was a little fearful of what had been done to this universe A female Starbuck? Cylons are human? Still I got talked into watching it by some friendsI have some great friends Gone is the campiness of the s the silly lasers and haircuts and schlocky script writing Gone is the annoying little kid Gone are the clownish looking cylons of oldThe Cylons are back and they are completely menacing They do to humans what the Terminator would like to do they wipe out nearly the entire species on planets using thermonuclear weaponsAnd they are now human Or at least theyd like to beAmong the many differences here This series is low tech looking drab and gritty compared with the old show You really get


  20. Jayew Jayew says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIWhen I first started seeing the commercials for BSG beginning earlier this year I was very enthusiastic I thought a great show from when I was a younger matched with the technology of today this is going to be the event


  21. choda choda says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIAs a sci fi fan in general I am always pleased to hear of a new and exciting series coming down the pipeline This was how I felt with the highly anticipated part miniseries Battles


  22. RobTaylor RobTaylor says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIDont get me wrong theres a lot of potential here But if a series does materialise out of this I hope they bear a few things in mindFirstly and most annoyingly dont employ drunks to do your camerawork Im not referring to the sudden and somewhat disorienting camera motions during the space battles No Im referring to the wobbling camera syndrome that appeared in a number of set piece scenes almost to the point of making me wonder whether I was watching some hidden camera documentarySecondly dont overuse the human Cylons routine Whatever your motives for putting them in the script ultimately it just looks like youre too cheap to splash out on effects Especially when the new and souped up mechanical Cylons are only on screen for about a minute in four hoursThirdly the Cylon eye on the Cylon fighters was uite frankly ludicrous in the extreme What was the point of that? We know theyre Cylons that they have a new weapon etc etc I didnt kn


  23. sdragos sdragos says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIOK so I am not into all this blog thing nor I enjoy writing but for this series I just had to say something So Ill say the idea from the beginning so if you are already a hopeless fan you can uit reading and save your time this SUCKS it sucks so much that I even went through the pain to register on IMDb so I would be able to post this and I had to say there were other bad movies that I didnt say anything about just because I didnt feel like register and then get all the promo emails I am sure IMDb will flood me withIve never seen a worse sci fi series e


  24. madace madace says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIWell i voted points because i was very disappointedI havent expected a remake but a new series with new characters and the old known background Humanity vs CylonsBut the series was awful boringThere was a lot i mean a LOT talking about people which could have been done in a normal series with episodes there was no need to get ALL of the characterizations in the pilotSummarized i dont like what they did with the great potential And i really dont like the new Cmd Adama hes too short tempered militant and the actor played even


  25. lensman lensman says:

    ePUB History-books.co ë Battlestar Galactica Kindle È ë battlestar book, galactica book, mini series book, 2003 kindle, Battlestar Galactica MOBIOk I said I would be back after watching the second half and here I am Well I did not think it could get any worse than it was boy was I wrongLets forget for a moment that this is a Battlestar Galactica remake and look at it as a Sci Fi miniseries No NO PLOT DEVELOPMENT The series started off really well but then did not develop It took almost the st half of part for ANYTHING to happen then it happend and there was no sense of urgency in ANYONE People are saying this is great but watch again and you will see the enormous plot holes No People are commenting on the great character development what character development they were the same from beginning to end NO CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT No Can anyone say THEME MUSIC? there was hardly any music and what there was was a note drum beat No BAD CAMERA WORK there was absolutely no cinematography The documentary style filming was very annoying No The battle scenes were boring and anti climactic enough said No The many many unnecessary


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