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The action scenes are ably executed, as is the suspense and growing feeling of paranoia.
The mystery and the thrill of its premise, of course, is not knowing what is part of this dangerous "game" and what is reality, and just where the conspiracy ends.
: Galaxy Quest is a wonderful, affectionate, hilarious send-up of Star Trek, Trekkies, actors and TV shows in general, and it's a great adventure-comedy to boot.
It's obvious that the writers are as much fans of the original material as the people they poke fun of, making you laugh at the endearing material, and even bringing the occasional pang of nostalgia.
There's a miserably few entertaining fight sequences with each of the three (yes, three!
Documentary: 6/10 : Though Gamera was originally created as a kid's version of Godzilla, the recent film adventures have been anything but infantile.
If you've ever seen Star Trek you'll laugh yourself silly, and even if you haven't, there's still much to enjoy in Galaxy Quest.
Comedy: 9/10 : The apt thriller The Game has lots more going for it than what one would have expected from the premise.
The film is an exciting roller-coaster ride full of sci-fi clichs with a smart script that manages to make them all seem fresh and funny.
Of course, many other episodic elements are included: there's melodrama, action, adventure, silly heroics, lots of special effects, and a whole lot of FUN (did I say that already? The cast is just perfect and Allen, Weaver and Rickman have never been funnier.