Odin is a good movie. It has good animation for the time it was made and it has a good, poppy, 1980's soundtrack to it. The movie centers around a specialized crew going through space on the Starlight's first voyage across space. It is the coolest looking space ship I have ever seen.
They receive a distress call while sailing that the "terminator" is up ahead, and that it got a ship, so the other ship would be sending out pods in hope of letting the survivors escape safely. The Starlight mosies on over to the wreckage and finds one survivor, then sends its crew out to look at the terminator. They never make it back, they triggered it to go off and it blew up. However, the girl they rescued knows where to go, how to read alien artifacts, and yet she has amnesia. Who is she and why does she know so much? Where does she come from and will they ever return her home safely?
5/5 Good and original
4/5 Too many crew members that don't have a big part in the story!
5/5 Very deep and stuff
5/5 I got into the 80's beat
5/5 None whatsoever
5/5 A doctor tells someone to take the girls clothes off, but they don't show it
4/5 Lots of blowing up, shootings, and wars between other galaxies
5/5 for the time it was made, the animation was cool
4/5 Several swear words, and not even bad ones.
5/5 I liked this movie a lot. The ending left it up to you to imagine and it was a REALLY long movie (over 2 hours)
Totals: 47/50, or very goo.
It all starts out on a ship, a space ship. It looks like a viking ship. They fly out into space to perform a test. But then they get a help-call and they must go to it. A couple of people die, and they get alien artifacts, travel journals, and they get a girl out of the wreckage. She can read the travel journals, but they give her bad headaches. She yells a lot. Then she tells them about Odin, and they try to find Odin, because they want to find the birthplace of humanity. Travel Journals look like broken pieces of glass.
As Odin travels through wormholes in space, to new places, uncharted territory, and all this wonderful stuff, they talk about humanity and it's place, if machines could bleed like us, (which they can) if a supercomputer controlled us (which it can), and lots of deep and meaningful things!
Odin is a place of paradise. That's the whole point of going there. TO GET TO PARADISE!
Oh, and by the way, Odin: Photon Space Sailer Starlight IS spelled correctly.. accoding to our box anyway... So don't bug us about it!
5/5 It was really good!
4/5 Too many pilots... not enough names
5/5 Carried out a little too far, but good.
5/5 Get into the 80's groove!
4/5 Machine-men were killed, and a lot of them!
5/5 For the time it was made, it was very good.
4/5 Very little swearing
5/5 139 min long... 2 hours and 19 minutes
Totals: 47/50, SAHHRCHING (searching) FAH (for) OOHHHH-DEEEN (Odin) MY LAAAVE (love)!! (watch the music vid at the end This would be by Loudness. Searching for Odin, my love! Love love love love!!)
TOTALS PUT TOGETHER: 47.5/50 we both liked it a lot.
***We own this tape, subtitled, professionally done.***