The first thing about this film that every viewer needs to realize is that it was done with an extremely low budget. No flash and glamour in this one. However, this is a thought provoking film. The screenplay was well written and Brandon Ray Olive gave a great performance as Commander Roger Nelson. I was so entranced as the story unfolded, that I did not care about the low budget props. Even though, i thought the set scenery for Mars was well done. This page has magellan 2017, watch online, magellan 2017 free download, full movie hd.
This movie was able to thread many real scientific theories and suppositions, and tickled your imagination for the possibility of life beyond earth. An expedition that was curiosity driven, but yet demonstrated the very human element of a relationship being fractured by the extended voyage of a married astronaut who is struggling with the anguish of being separated from his spouse for an extended period of time. The voices of A.I., Ferdinand and Neil, were both well done. Filmxy has Magellan (2017) Online Full Movie, Magellan (2017) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Brandon Ray Olive, K. Danor Gerald, Whitney Palmer.
This movie will appeal to those who prefer a well written script over spectacular special effects. I’m sure if this movie had a 20 million dollar budget, it could compete with the Sci Fi movies produced by Hollywood. This movie is an example of metaphoric saying, “having nothing but lemons and making lemonade.”
Don’t be dissuaded by some of the deeply negative reviews. It seems many either lack attention span or weren’t focused as the narrative is absolutely logically consistent. As an example, one reviewer complained about the bit where it has been indicated the wife was distressed being a plot hole, but this was absolutely explained in the movie. Everything laid out was realistic, including the behavior by China (which, frankly, is a direct match for *how China behaves today*), the astronaut himself, and by the bureaucrats at the DoD.
It’s a small story with a small cast but a large concept. A hand picked senior astronaut accepts the most important mission in human history, one that necessitates leaving a chunk of his old life behind even assuming he survives, in exchange for the opportunity to make the greatest discovery imaginable.
What he finds is far more Contact, than 2001 (don’t be fooled by those lazy comparisons that are based purely on the superficial look and the “AI buddy” with no other similarities to be found), and we are left with a cliff hanger.