Sure, I doubt many kids will be trading in their Optimus Prime Halloween costumes to dress up as Caine Wise anytime soon, but even a mediocre original sci-fi flick is better than a lazy toy cash-in.
The soundstage is layered and textured throughout, giving each location an appropriate sense of atmosphere.
Frankly, she's too dumb to recognize obvious traps and lies, and finds it deeply hurtful that the devious prince she's known for six seconds might gasp! This was so much more than a sci-fi Prisoner of Zenda! Sadly that is about it for good points.
Spacious and detailed, the audio track never fails to impress, offering a genuine demo worthy presentation even without the benefit of Atmos.
The final tale is one of singular redemption, one person's reality of life.
It may take time for this action packed epic to be truly appreciated but its message is timeless, love, betrayal, and humanity in all its forms.