G-Loc: Directed by Tom Paton. With Stephen Moyer, Tala Gouveia, John Rhys-Davies, Alana Wallace. Bran flees the cold, uninhabitable Earth. He hopes to get to Rhea, colonized by humans 582 years ago. Rheans are against new arrivals from Earth. He boards a Rhean spaceship with a cute, feisty Rhean.
“Every filmmaker has to start somewhere, right? Newb writer and director Tom Paton put together a decent enough B-grade low budget sci-fi, but of course it wasnu0026#39;t perfect. The cinematography was excellent, especially the earth scenes. Acting was believable for the most part, and that little stick-man assistant was adorable… very cool concept. The S/Vfx were actually decent for a B-grade non-Hollywood flick, with the exception of the clearly low budget spaceship setting. The pacing was slow and the film felt very long with dragged out scenes, for a story that had more filler than substance. There were many plot and technical issues in the writing. The directing was much better on earth than in the spaceship. Overall, I didnu0026#39;t once feel the need to groan and give up watching. It kept me interested right until the end. Itu0026#39;s a solid 6/10 from me.”