The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One (2017)
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Critic Reviews for The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One
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A series of scenes that cut away from interesting developments to flashbacks with a vengeance, as though “interesting developments” killed director Shane Abbess’ dog.
… you have something that falls somewhere between Serenity and a Syfy Original Movie, which might sound like a bit of an insult but I mean it as a compliment.
With all its faults, The Osiris Child is still a solid movie that shows the potential for what can be possible in Australian cinema, just as long as you have the passion, ambition and creativity driving it.
One of the clear objectives of this film is to show how even low-budget sc-fi fare can deliver Star Wars standard visuals, and on that score it succeeds admirably.
An impressively made and well executed Australian sci-fi action thriller.
The movie, with its uniform American accents for the international market, is constantly torn between the generic and the original.
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