For generations, humans traveled the stars and worked together to settle worlds under the banner of the United Nations Space Command. Now that peace is shattered by insurrectionists, causing a galaxy-spanning civil war.
Cadet Thomas Lasky and his fellow students at Corbulo military academy now train to make this war their future. But Lasky is emotionally conflicted about his path, and his resolve is tested when the academy comes under attack from a terrifying alien assault.
Lasky and his fellow cadets fight for survival, only to find assistance from a mysterious ally - a mythic, armored supersoldier known as the Master Chief.
Really enjoyed this one. Simple story, wasn't too over the top, and Master Chief was his typical super-soldier self. Wouldn't mind watching it a few more times.
This was available for free on Machinima and then those sellouts blocked episodes 3-5 so we'd buy the DVD. Found the series elsewhere and watched it like it was supposed to be, for free.
It was worth seeing once, but I don't understand why anyone would buy the blu-ray when its available to stream so many different ways.
Confirms my thoughts about making a 'real halo movie' all along...... it sucks without CGI - some people may disagree but just look how shite that master chief costume looked compared to when you see it game†cut scenes. I would love a halo movie if it was done†entirely†in CGI as long as its up to the cutscene quality in Halo 4.
†@TrueProphecy22†I agree that it sucks not to hear chief's real voice in his first movie debut, but *SPOILER* FUD takes place when chief is only 15 years old -- that's why they selected a higher, but similar sounding voice.
First two episodes exceeded my expectations. Everything after that was just as I expected and worse.
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