Farcry11 Posted December 2, 2014 Share Posted December 2, 2014 Hey, just bringing back a thread I had on the old forums. Here's the gist of it: Post movies that were made and released in Aurora's universe. These are for extra fluffy lore goodness and IC conversation pieces (and also a chance to flex our silly writing muscles). Write the movie's title, the premise of it's plot (or a synopsis), the names of the lead actors, running time, and (if you want to be REALLY fluffy), awards that it won. Here goes. Hot Fur: A buddy cop movie starring human actor Lance McCaul and Tajaran actress Saliya M'Taki. Maxx Ryder (McCaul) is a hardboiled Lowell City detective, who is surprised to find himself paired up with rookie Tajaran detective Aaliyah Khuram (M'Taki). The two are tasked with taking down a drug ring, and while Ryder is initially negative and mistrustful of his new partner, the clever Xeno eventually wins him over with her quirky Tajaran ways. Comedy/Action. Running time 1 hour 45 minutes. Nominated for an Osskar at the Galactic Film Awards. CarpNado: A solar tornado is approaching a residential station... And just when it seems things couldn't get any worse, a massive school of space carp swim in to the twister. What ensues is a hilariously bad B-movie mishmash of public domain screams, gratuitous blood and gore, and poorly choreographed chainsaw fights. Stars B-Actor Marvin Bidell as Jay Cogburn, station janitor and chainsaw collector/enthusiast. Action/Comedy. Running time 1 hour. Has attained cult status on the Galactic Web. Moghes Honor: An epic drama about troubled mercenary Markus Blaire (played by acclaimed human actor Garret Stoff), who is hired by an Unathi warlord in one of the constant inter-clan wars in the Moghes equator. When Blaire refuses to kill a defenseless Uneth child during a battle and instead saves the boy, he sets out on a harrowing, emotional journey through war torn Moghes with his charge in tow. The film pays special attention to the political and societal situations on Moghes, and how they facilitate constant, brutal war. Drama/Thriller. Running time 3 hours. Won an Osskar for "Best Drama" at the Galactic Film Awards. Stoff also won an Osskar for his lead role. GO GO GO. POST MORE. Quote Link to comment
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