2036 Origin Unknown (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

2036 Origin Unknown (2018)

After the first manned mission to Mars ends in a deadly crash, mission controller Mackenzie 'Mack' Wilson (Sackhoff) assists an artificial intelligence system, A.R.T.I. Their investigation ...

IMDB: 3.08 Likes

  • Genre: Sci-Fi |
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 805.24M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 95
  • IMDB Rating: 3.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 211 / 981

The Synopsis for 2036 Origin Unknown (2018) 720p

After the first manned mission to Mars ends in a deadly crash, mission controller Mackenzie 'Mack' Wilson (Sackhoff) assists an artificial intelligence system, A.R.T.I. Their investigation uncovers a mysterious object under the surface of Mars, that could change the future of our planet as we know it.


The Director and Players for 2036 Origin Unknown (2018) 720p

[Director]Hasraf Dulull
[Role:]Julie Cox
[Role:]Katee Sackhoff
[Role:]Steven Cree


The Reviews for 2036 Origin Unknown (2018) 720p


Trying way too hard to turn clickbait headlines into hard sci fi.Reviewed byJesse FeltVote: 2/10

This movie is not good. Aside from the obvious no-budget cgi and vfx (let's be honest here, a high school kid with a copy of blender and after effects could do better), the script is poorly paced and filled with unimportant filler that lacks any connection to the end goal of the film.

It takes itself very seriously, and you can tell it is trying as hard as it possibly can to be deep and meaningful like the various films it rips off (some WAY more obviously than others). Unfortunately, what you end up with in this movie is an hour and 10 minutes of irrelevant meandering dialog, so unaware of reality that it often becomes painful to listen to. Then 20 minutes of the film masturbating to its own cleverness.

I go in depth as to how wrong the technical details are, or how the writer was obviously inspired by IFLS clickbait "science" headlines on facebook and did basically no actual research into any of it. But rather than harp on about something most people probably don't care about or won't even notice, I'll just leave it at that.

Sackhoff turns in a typical performance. I get that a lot of people like her, but I have never found her performances much more than adequate. Every role I have seen her in has been the same basic character. Maybe she's just unlucky and is continually sucked into terribly written schlock. I'll give her the benefit of the doubt here. There is nothing offensive in her performance, it just lacks any depth or soul.

The supporting cast is your average b sci fi fare. They have so little screen time that it's hard to even justify mentioning much about them.

The overall story and writing is where this one falls hard on its face. Almost none of the character actions have any established reasoning. Everything each character does happens simply because the script says so, and the script never once bothers to question whether or not a character would have any reason to act in such a way. The ultimate conceit of the film is propped up on this illogical reasoning, as if the characters WANT terrible things to happen. This is most likely because the film was written in order to achieve the last 10 minutes of the movie, with little or no concern for whether or not that would create a plausible story.

This ultimately results in a story that you just simply have no reason to be invested in. No character is written any deeper than what it takes to push the plot along, and you never have any reason to connect with them.

I cannot recommend this movie, even as a "so bad it's good" because it's just not entertaining, and if you have any amount of pedantry in your for science and sci fi, you will actively dislike it. I, myself actually did a facepalm multiple times as just how terrible it was.

Really???Reviewed byIanVote: 2/10

I love sci fi and I try to give every sci fi movie the benefit of the doubt. Which is why this gets an extra *!

There's so many things wrong with it, it's difficult to highlight just one or two. First is the fact that it was written and directed by the same person. Oh, oh, oh dear. When will producers ever, ever, ever learn? Rhetorical question, judging by the number of writer/director movies out there!

The pacing is terrible, the sets are dire, the graphics are so limited, and the plot is derivative - 2001 anyone? Obviously done on a massively low budget.

It's confusing for the most part although, to its credit, it does attempt some sort of resolution towards the end. If you stay that long. Most sensible people will have walked out or switched off. The really sensible ones will avoid it altogether.

So sad. The whole world of sci fi at their dis[osla and no one can make a half-decent sci fi movie...

Pretty Good TV MovieReviewed bynowegoVote: 6/10

I will admit up front that I only watched this movie because I saw Katee Sackhoff's face on the cover and her name as the lead. Pure and simple, I will watch anything she is in.

Personally it was a bit slow in places and some would probably turn it off early on. The CGI was fine for a TV movie and Katee Sackhoff's acting was top notch as expected. It probably had to be since she is the only one you see or hear 95% of the time.

I liked the story and while comparisons to 2001 are, while probably accurate, not relevant in my opinion. To be honest I cannot remember 2001 that well it has been so long since I last saw it and have no desire to watch it again. This I would watch again.

Nothing super special, but it is worth watching. Added bonus is Katee Sackhoff for fans of her work.

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