- Attori: Coleen Gray, Dean Fredericks, Tony Dexter, Dolores Faith, Francis X. Bushman
- Regista: William Marshall
- Formato: DVD, Schermo pieno, PAL
- Audio: Italiano (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglese (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Lingua: Inglese, Italiano
- Sottotitoli: Italiano
- Regione: Regione 2 (Ulteriori informazioni su Formati DVD.)
- Formato immagine: 1.33:1
- Numero di dischi: 1
- Studio: EAGLE PICTURES SPA
- Data versione DVD: 23 gen. 2006
- Durata: 82 minuti
- Media recensioni: 2.0 su 5 stelle Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
- ASIN: B0056XHGVW
- Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 142.714 in Film e TV (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Film e TV)
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Un film di William Marshall con Coleen Gray, Dean Fredericks, Tony Dexter, Anthony Dexter. .
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The 'planet has a very high gravitational field yet is not shaped even remotely spherically. Breathing the air on this planet shrinks down the Earth man to less than 1/100th of his normal size, with no physiological damage, while breathing Earth air from his spacesuit returns him to normal size. Where is the missing mass? Does his density simply vary by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude? This makes no sense.
Newton's Laws of Motion have been known since the 17th century. Apparently, the film makers missed every science class in every grade at the schools they attended before making this movie. The rocket ships are shown changing direction in space as though they were cars driving on a highway on Earth. ( Yes, I saw the little flame at the tail of the spaceship angling away like a vectored thrust on a modern warplane, but this would only have the effect of causing the ship to go into a spin with no change in overall direction). The film also makes military officers look like idiots in their decision making; highly unlikely with officers posted to space headquarters on the moon.
Like so many other sci-fi schlock fests, this one begins with endless narration about the wonders of the universe, what man may find as he travels farther from earth, and all those other generalities that sound impressive to kids who haven't heard the same spiel in a dozen other movies. Then we're treated to a boring scene of a rocket crashing into an asteroid that looks suspiciously like a piece of fried chicken, which explodes into the film's title. From there an expedition is sent in search of the lost ship, and the crew's sole survivor finds himself trapped on the titular planet, where he experiences tedious adventures that you will have to see for yourself (or hopefully not).
Phantom Planet contains nothing interesting, nothing original, and nothing well done. The plot is nonsensical and shoestring thin, even with a tacked on romantic subplot. All the characters and dialogue are off the shelf, and all acting is wooden. I doubt the actors could have shown less emotion or been less believable if they'd been reading their lines off a sheet of paper. And no expense was taken on the special effects, which would have been underwhelming twenty years before this was made. The monster is on par with Ro-Man from Robot Monster, the flaming meteors appear to be flaming wads of newspaper, and the spaceships are clearly children's toys.
As a result of these shortcomings, none of the scenes generate any excitement; not the asteroid field scene, not the first encounter with the tiny natives of the mysterious planet, and certainly not the ridiculous Duel of Raytar. Even the hallucinations are boring. The only part that provides any amusement is the explanation of the Phantom Planet's scientific phenomenon, and then only for the sheer incredulousness it generates. Even Flash Gordon had better science than this.
So the whole movie is a meaningless snooze fest that couldn't entertain anyone with the intellectual capacity to read this review. At the very end, as the narrator intones, we see the words 'The Beginning' appear on screen. I think we can all be thankful that this prediction did not come true, and that nothing was ever heard of the asteroid/planet/fried chicken piece again.