It's not possible to summarize this movie, as it's a finale to Stargate SG-1 - (1997-2007 show).
Netforce, a United States federal agency, tracks major hacking activities on the internet that point toward major criminal activities.
Definitely a TV-movie. Mediocre, and only moderately interesting. Definitely missing key elements from the also-boring book.
This was inspired by Net Force - (1998 book), by Tom Clancy
An extended episode of Father Ted - (1995-1998 show).
It's as great/awful as the rest of the show. You will like this as much as the show.
A scientist from the future goes back in time to do (stuff that I wasn't paying attention enough to figure out), but his assistant's daughter goes back to stop him with the help of one of the grandfather's of time travel.
For an old TV-movie this is pretty good.
The actual movie is copyright 1986
A man.. uh.. something about some mercenary missions and people dying and a magic thing and such.
I only saw this out of reverence to The Scorpion King - (2002 movie). Oh gods, the badness-potential of this genre is astonishing. Ignore this, and go watch Hercules - The Legendary Journeys - (1995-1999 show) instead. It is the gold standard of badness.
I think what really offends me about The Scorpion King (2,3,4) is that they cost money to watch, where a TV show would have been (more or less) free.
- Properly titled The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power
- Previously known as The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne
- Continues from The Scorpion King 3 - Battle for Redemption - (2012 movie)
This is the prequil closest to the movie The Scorpion King - (2002 movie), which is a preq-- oh fuck, trying to explain all of that is ridiculous.
A bounty hunter hunts a bounty but there's a princess therefore save the princess instead.
Oh god, this is like an episode of Hercules - The Legendary Journeys - (1995-1999 show). Old school TV-quality, reasonably fun for low expectations.
This is riding on the coat tails of the earlier actual-movie, desperately hoping that fans will consider all of this a "series". Sigh, it is not.
- Properly titled The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption
This is a sequel to The Scorpion King 2 - Rise of a Warrior - (2008 movie), and technically still a prequil to The Scorpion King - (2002 movie) which is itself a prequil to The Mummy Returns - (2001 movie)..
- YOU ONLY GET ONE PREQUIL. This is insanity!
Continues with The Scorpion King 4 - Quest for Power - (2015 movie)
A kid swears revenge for his father's unjust death, and has adventures and stuff along the way.
Fairly good for a TV-movie of this genre. I didn't happen to particularly enjoy it myself, but it'll appeal to people who can handle both this quality and genre together.
- Properly titled The Scorpion King 2: Rise of a Warrior
- This is supposed to be a further-prequel to The Scorpion King - (2002 movie) but it really isn't. It has one character with the name.
(Unfortunately) continues with The Scorpion King 3 - Battle for Redemption - (2012 movie)
The world goes to shit when weather control satellites are taken over by an artificial intelligence.
Fair, but TV-quality. Strongly borrows from The Terminator - (1984 movie) franchise.
A crew on route to a space station learns that it's crippled by a meteor storm.
It's 1990s quality. Seeing as it's a TV movie, that's not surprising. Overall it's fair, but I wouldn't recommend it.
- aka Black Horizon
There is the occasional unsubtitled Russian language bit, but they are meant to be unobtrusive.
Upon contact with aliens, humans set up a space station to promote ambassadorial relations among species.
Easily among the best television I've seen. Everything about this series is phenomenal: acting, stories, sets, etc. Unfortunately, the graphics do appear dated in places, but it otherwise holds up very well.
- It is important to follow a Babylon 5 viewing order.
See also Crusade - (1999 show), the spin-off which should not be watched!