Is the third time really the charm? It may just be with 1994's Stargate, released for the third time in this "Ultimate Edition."
Blending into Egyptian myth and legend, and the covering up of an alien race that once came to this planet that took its inhabitants for slaves, not by means of ships, but the use of teleportation, and the use of the Stargate. The method of travelling to the ends of the universe, instantly, a quantum leap, from one space to another, as simply walking from one room into another, this is the purpose of the Stargate. Now, in the present day, and for eons past, the Stargate has been hidden, forgotten, and buried, as time has progressed and histories have come and gone throughout the ages; the Stargate has once more been unearthed. In the hands of the military, this portal, this unique tool, this mysterious device shall once more regenerate and transport those to wondrous and new worlds, those who now share its secret. Led by Col. Jonathan 'Jack' O'Neil (Kurt Russell), he, his team and Dr. Daniel Jackson (James Spade), scientist and Egyptologist, have crossed the boundaries of time and space. These modern-day pilgrims have naively stumbled across the Kingdom of the ancient god Ra. An intelligent, cunning and malevolent aging creature that for centuries has used the bodies of his people, his slaves, his humans, to regenerate himself over and over to receive eternal life. And so in the conflict between Man and the deadly demigod Ra begins, the Stargate is where it began, and with the Stargate it shall end. Written by Cinema_Fan
Kurt Russell, James Spader, Jaye Davidson, Viveca Lindfors, Alexis Cruz, Mili Avital, Leon Rippy, John Diehl, Erick Avari, Robert Ackerman, Rae Allen, Kenneth Danziger, Djimon Hounsou, Christopher John Fields, George Gray, Cecil Hoffmann, Erik Holland, Gladys Holland, Richard Kind, Gianin Loffler, Jack Moore, David Pressman, Scott Smith, French Stewart, John Storey, Roger Til, April Webster, Frank Welker, Christopher West
Video Codec: XVID
Audio Codec: AC3 2 Channels
PG13 for sci-fi action violence