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Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods (Final Cut) by Directed by Mario Azzopardi
Review by Charles Mohapel
Date: 29 July 2009 List Price $26.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Speaking as a fan of Stargate since the 1994 film, I was very curious to find out what show co-developer and Producer Brad Wright had added, changed, and tweaked in Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods (Final Cut), the 2 hour series pilot for Stargate SG-1.

Having seen and heard Wright speaking on different DVDs for both Stargate SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis, I also was very certain that any bonus material with him in it would be as entertaining as it was interesting and informative.

From official release/information:

Remastered, recut, reimagined, remarkable! The thrilling pilot episode of television's longest running Sci-Fi series is now yours to own on DVD! With exclusive special features and masterful fine tuning from series Co-Creator Brad Wright, Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods (Final Cut) is a whole new experience.

Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson) leads a formidable team on a mission to Abydos to defeat fierce warriors led by the vicious Apophis. With the threat of the brutal Goa'uld hanging over the galaxy, the team must succeed or General Hammond (Don S. Davis) will unleash an apocalyptic solution!

Product Features:

  • New Edit with Never Viewed Scenes
  • New and Enhanced Visual Effects
  • Revoiced Performance by Christopher Judge
  • Original Score by Joel Goldsmith
  • Special Features include:
    • Commentary by Co-Creator Brad Wright and Actor Richard Dean Anderson
    • Back to the Beginning Featurette

Running Time: 92 minutes

(Source: MGM (Video & DVD))

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