• Hollie Horror

    Watched by Hollie Horror 08 Apr, 2014 10

    Oh James, what I have endured just to look at you...


  • Roni Laukkarinen

    Watched by Roni Laukkarinen 29 Mar, 2014

    Started as promising, but ended up being too similar to other these kind of space films. Predictable plot, not very interesting characters, unknown actors (except Robert Foster, Angela Bassett and Robin Tunney who are all quite good). Liked the suspense, visuals and space, but didn't enjoy it as much as I was expecting...


  • asdnart

    Watched by asdnart 02 Feb, 2014

    This movie is a failure on several levels. The script is perhaps the most objectionable, being full of characters acting outside of their very thin characters and unbelievable dialogue. The acting doesn't seem much better, though this may also be a failure on the part of the script. The film could be redeemable if the score and the cinematography were excellent, but these are also perfunctory at best.

    I watched this looking for some light entertainment, but it failed even to deliver that. Not good. Avoid.


  • Tim Lindenschmidt

    ★★ Watched by Tim Lindenschmidt 09 Jan, 2014

    I'm watching this speficically because I've heard it's terrible. But also because the idea sounded good. So I want to see just how bad it is.

    I am sure to regret this.

    The computer is stupid, and creepy.

    Violent cartoons were banned at the start of the 21st century.

    James Spader is stacked.

    You can tell it's sexy time by the sexy eye lighting and the sexy time music.

    Oh! Thomas Lee is this generation's Alan Smithee. Also, a secondary…


  • Patrick

    ★½ Watched by Patrick 20 Nov, 2013

    It gets half a star for its occasionally clever ideas.


  • Bartman

    Added by Bartman

    I had heard of this movie’s odious reputation, but I’m a sucker for movies with spaceships, when it came on tv, so I tuned in anyway. It really is as bad as they say.
    With all the sci-fi being written and with all the un-filmed screenplays floating around Hollywood, [b]Supernova[/b] makes you wonder why anyone bothered to produce this particular script. Most bad movies carry within them at least a hint of a better film: an intriguing premise, an original…


  • Renato Gaiarsa

    ½ Watched by Renato Gaiarsa 08 Nov, 2013

    Why do i insist on watching films that i know it's crap? Worst villain ever.


  • Arnold Furious

    ★★★½ Watched by Arnold Furious 24 Oct, 2013

    Am I watching the same movie as everybody else? If that's the case Supernova will probably go down as one of my all time favourite guilty pleasure movies. I am an absolute sucker for sci-fi where people fly around in space (my favourite Atari ST game was Damocles) but that shouldn't explain solely why I like this so much more than everybody else. True; the narrative is a bit sketchy and a couple of times I was a bit lost…


  • Iggyy

    ★½ Watched by Iggyy 19 Oct, 2013



  • nicksav

    Added by nicksav

    If you want an exercise into how bad and unoriginal sci-fi can be, look no further. Okay, yes, taken into consideration all the production problems but still... come on.


  • Ben Trout

    ★½ Added by Ben Trout

    [Seen in 2000, not sure when, neglected to date stamp back then]

    A dull space case plotted from the ashes of dozens of other films, 'Supernova' meanders along having absolutely nothing to do with supernovas. Though often visually striking, it is also rather dull, comprised of far too many diagonal shots and painted almost entirely in blue. Intriguing casting, though the film does very little with its actors except add CG to their faces and their surroundings until you're dead sure somebody spiked your soda with LSD.


  • bbbgtoby

    ★★½ Watched by bbbgtoby 23 Apr, 2013

    It's not a terrible film, it's just a bit snooze worthy. Take Michael Crichton's Sphere and put in space and that's essentially what you've got with Supernova. With this films history of multiple directors and visions it's hard to put a finger on who made what mistake but it was inevitable that it wouldn't be a masterpiece. It's an average at best space action/thriller that borrows heavily from films and stories that are much better than it. I think this…