Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn

Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn

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Director: Stewart Hendler

Cast: Stewart Hendler, Tom Green, Anna Popplewell, Enisha Brewster

     
 

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A United Nations Space Command (UNSC) cadet experiences a crisis of conscience before facing the Covenant on the battlefield, and draws inspiration from Master Chief while fighting for the future of mankind in this sci-fi action opus based on the hit X-Box franchise. As the latest crop of cadets trains to defend Earth from extraterrestrial threats, new recruit Thomas…  See more details below

Overview

A United Nations Space Command (UNSC) cadet experiences a crisis of conscience before facing the Covenant on the battlefield, and draws inspiration from Master Chief while fighting for the future of mankind in this sci-fi action opus based on the hit X-Box franchise. As the latest crop of cadets trains to defend Earth from extraterrestrial threats, new recruit Thomas Lasky questions the need to fight. Later, after witnessing the ruthlessness of the Covenant firsthand, Lasky realizes that he may have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of the great Master Chief.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/04/2012
UPC:
0037117056231
Original Release:
2012
Rating:
TV14
Source:
Microsoft
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Time:
1:30:00
Sales rank:
6,032

Special Features

Closed Caption; Over 60 Minutes Of Exclusive Behind The Scenes Featurettes; Storyline Vignettes; Audio Commentary By 343 Industries; Audio Commentary By Director Stewart Hendler; Concept Art And Visual Effects Models; Easter Eggs And More!

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Green Actor
Anna Popplewell Actor
Enisha Brewster Actor
Ayelet Zurer Actor
Masam Holden Actor
Mike Dopud Actor
Iain Belcher Actor
Osric Chau Actor
Kat De Lieva Actor
Daniel Cudmore Actor

Technical Credits
Stewart Hendler Director
Lydia Antonini Executive Producer
Steven Brooksbank Casting
Ryan Copple Co-producer
Kasra Farahani Production Designer
Josh Feldman Executive Producer
Jamieson Fry Associate Producer
Matthew Goldberg Co-producer
Todd Helbing Screenwriter
Aaron Helbing Screenwriter
Michael Louis Hill Editor
Nathan Lanier Score Composer
Brett Pawlak Cinematographer
Hameed Shaukat Associate Producer

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn
1. Prelude [4:14]
2. Main Titles/The Chief And Cortana [3:29]
3. Play It Again [:47]
4. Awakenings And Objectives [4:07]
5. Corbulo [3:44]
6. Trying To Survive [3:48]
7. Nightfall [5:39]
8. 4AM [2:29]
9. Mess Hall [3:34]
10. War Itself [4:20]
11. Hastati's Trial [4:35]
12. A Good Thing [3:38]
13. Sully's Find [1:57]
14. Discharged [3:15]
15. Alarm [4:13]
16. First Strike [3:04]
17. A New Enemy [6:19]
18. Last Survivors [5:32]
19. Warthog [3:09]
20. Wounded [6:09]
21. Axios [5:46]
22. Epilogue/End Credits [1:19]
23. Chapter 23 [6:00]

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Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SW1992 More than 1 year ago
I love this movie. I am not a big game buff but this movie definitely made me start looking into buying a Xbox and the Halo games. I recommend all my friends and family to watch!!
Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
I decided to watch Halo 4 : Forward Unto Dawn as a way to bond with my husband for his birthday and understand his inner world more. The pros to this movie; Halo 4 Forward Unto Dawn introduces one of the key characters of the film (Masterchief) that explains the film’s backstory. The film also plays with the idea of what can happen in the future if all military branches joined forces. The cons; The plot at least gave a backstory as to why the recruits at the training academy cared greatly about becoming the top in their jobs. However, the plot did not demonstrate enough on how they were truly going to be ready for what happened. For instance, the responsibility to train the United Bations Space Command candidates (USNC) seemed to fall too much on one person. I have been fortunate to be exposed to multiple work environments where I noticed that there were multiple managers that delegated the objectives of the work assignments. However, in the film the recruits are being trained to basically help save the world and yet the one person tasked to train them seems to not receive much leadership help to ensure a successful outcome (adding more leaders for the training would have strengthened the plot). The film jumps straight to the recruits being exposed to be expected to excel at the academy with not enough plot sequences to show them undergoing training. However, for me at least, watching the film was not a complete waste of time because it enabled me to have some bonding time with my husband on his birthday and understand one of the games that he enjoys. However, I would recommend Halo 4 Forward Unto Dawn more for those who enjoy the Halo game series (such as my husband).