The Captains is a feature length documentary film written and directed by William Shatner. The film follows Shatner as he interviews the other actors whom have portrayed Starship captains within the illustrious science-fiction franchise.
- Stars:William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew, Scott Bakula, Chris Pine, Christopher Plummer, Rene Auberjonois, Ira Steven Behr, John de Lancie, Paul Duraso, Jonathan Frakes, Sally Kellerman, Walter Koenig, Chase Masterson,
- Director:William Shatner,
- Writer:William Shatner
The Captains is a feature length documentary film written and directed by William Shatner. The film follows Shatner as he interviews the other actors whom have portrayed Starship captains within the illustrious science-fiction franchise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(gb) wrote: Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. The filming is so bad that you are unable to see fights, lots of pretty girls in the movie though. The entire cast is killed, except the hero and the girl, and frankly the hero should have been the first to die, with all the fatal injuries he gets in this movie. Since Sho Kosugi was active, no good ninja movie has been made, and they weren't that good either.
(us) wrote: This DVD was bought for me as a Christmas gift, only watched it for the first time a few days ago - my first Almodovar film. I absolutely loved it!!! Its became a firm favourite of mine already. Will definitely watch again. Highly recommended!!!
(us) wrote: Faithful to the comics and visually stunning, a gritty and serious story.
(br) wrote: Hilarious. But great lighting!
(ru) wrote: Wonderful Neil Simon story! Probably one of the most universal comedies of all time. So many people still deal with the same issues today: being a newlywed, adjusting to living with a new person, filling new roles, while maintaining your idenitity. Ahhh! So refreshing every time I watch it!
(ca) wrote: I've never been a huge fan of war dramas, but "They Were Expendable" is an exception. This came out at the nose of the end of the war, and could have been much more groundbreaking had it been filmed a year earlier. Still, I can't imagine people not liking it at the time. Most war films in the '40's were more glamourous than realistic, and this is one that isn't for once. The two main characters played by Wayne and Montgomery were fictionalized, but were still based on real life Navy lieutenants. Masterful John Ford directs, and I think no one could have done this movie better. He makes this film a feast for the eyes and the ears. The Army actually aided Ford a lot on this movie, and the boats and torpedoes were actually real, as well as some of the supporting players. He gives you the full effect, every shot filmed in exciting, and the few action scenes are ones that you just wait for. Every explosion you see is unbelievable, because considering this movie is 66 years old, it shows that effects could in fact, be good. "They Were Expendable" is more a movie with eye candy, but is still a good film nothingless.
(ru) wrote: Blades of Glory is predictable and pretty dang funny at that.
(de) wrote: Amazing how much I've grown to appreciate this sequel more over the past decade.
(ca) wrote: Hahaha..this should be good.