Masters of the Universe

Masters of the Universe

Director: Gary Goddard Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Meg Foster
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He-Man Live This is an adaptation of the series. It's not the cartoon characters. Any who expects it to be, will be disappointed. Like the cartoon this has a world where science and sorcery thrive. Action sequences involving both. This also has dimensional travel. Plus new character are introduced - good and evil ones. This is a live movie. Where He-Man, Man-at-Arms, and Teela are hunted and on the run. Where Skeletor is hours away from finally steeling the Power of Grayskull. The Eternian forces of good and evil come to Earth and battle. Then return to Eternia where Skeletor's forces are driven from Grayskull. The finale is an impressive duel between He-Man and Skeletor.
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I grew up loving He-man and Masters of the Universe, but unfortunately this film falls short of depicting a picture that does it justice. He-man in the 80s was great, and with all the older cartoon series hitting dvd, I can only keep my fingers crossed. The directing, script, and characterization in this movie were all poorly done. I doubt that any editing even went into this. A whole universe war is going on in the middle of the city, and no cops? Not to mention multiple contradictions in the story. In one scene Evil-lyn is interrogating one of the characters with a 'truth' device, shortly afterwards this character recalls events he previously could not remember when questioned by the evil princess. This and much more ruin the chances of a decent movie. My suggestion, make a new movie and do it right. But even better yet, as the dying cartoon and toys have shown, maybe the past is just better left in the past. A great series in its time, but only in its time.