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    Not sure.. Perhaps he remembers, but the SGC is none the wiser.
    Otherwise they would LOVE to go to that planet praxis...

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    i was re-watching the goa'uld scene and i am surprised they didn't bring back goa'ulds like Hathor, Heru'ur, Sokar, Anubis and Seth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt.Colonel John Sheppard View Post
    i was re-watching the goa'uld scene and i am surprised they didn't bring back goa'ulds like Hathor, Heru'ur, Sokar, Anubis and Seth.
    Hathor and Seth were still on Earth so they couldn't be brought back for the movie. Anubis was still banished and I really doubt Ba'al would risk searching him out, considering Anubis is much more powerful than he is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fems View Post
    Hathor and Seth were still on Earth so they couldn't be brought back for the movie. Anubis was still banished and I really doubt Ba'al would risk searching him out, considering Anubis is much more powerful than he is.
    and Heru'ur and Sokar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lt.Colonel John Sheppard View Post
    and Heru'ur and Sokar?
    Who knows? Maybe Ba'al wiped them out and seized their domains and armies, maybe they're his newest lieutenants and are off overseeing more remote parts of the galaxy in his name.
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    Yup. Perhaps he had to "Make examples" of two of the bigger armies/system lords to get the others in line. I mean besides Sokar, only Anubis had one of those large mother ships. And Ba'al had one.. so he had to get it from somewhere.

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    I really really liked this film. Much more than Ark
    For me, it felt like a throwback to the earlier seasons

    However i am not still satisfied if this remains to be the VERY LAST of gang of SG1
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    Quote Originally Posted by myowndrownedworld View Post
    I really really liked this film. Much more than Ark
    For me, it felt like a throwback to the earlier seasons

    However i am not still satisfied if this remains to be the VERY LAST of gang of SG1
    You have a whole lot of company in that sentiment.

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    Anyone think they got all the Ba'als?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedwig View Post
    You have a whole lot of company in that sentiment.
    Fingers crossed we have that third film
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    Quote Originally Posted by garhkal View Post
    Anyone think they got all the Ba'als?
    I guess the one Mitchell shot in 1939 was the original Ba'al, and at the beginning of the movie he was correct when he said that all clones have already been found.

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    As usual I had my problems with this 'timeline thingy'. Maybe I'm too stupid to get that from the start on, after having seen the movie more often than three times I fully understand. Proud!!
    Perhaps I'm the only one but I learned something from Continuum: I didn't know that -42°C = -42°F.
    Maybe there is somebody out there who learned that as well?
    I was deeply impressed by the submarine coming up through the ice - great.
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    I have not watched this movie in quite some time, until today that is. I was just flipping through the channels and found it on one of the Cinemax channels. It was about half-way through, but I had to watch the rest of it. I had forgotten just how much I enjoyed this movie. I really wish they had made more movies.

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    After doing my own re-watch of it mid week, i still get goosebumps, every time i start seeing the mass orbital bombardment from all those Ha'Taks..

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    I just happened to be looking at the guide for my DVR and found the Stargate: Continuum will be on MoviePlex.

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    I love Continuum, personally I think it's a better and more enjoyable movie than 'Ark of Truth', because Continuum was more about going back to the good old SG-1 before Cooper's revamped seasons 9 & 10. The movie had O'Neill and Hammond back, as well as the Goa'ulds and Tok'ras and free Jaffas, the whole movie was reminiscent of the good old SG-1 that I love from seasons 1 to 8, before Cooper took over.
    If I had 1 criticism of Continuum is that it had too much focus on Mitchell's character, I think either O'Neill or 1 of the other original SG-1 members should've travelled back in time to kill the real Ba'al & restore the timeline, not Mitchell who was still a relatively new and inexperienced member.

    In comparison I was never really a fan of the whole Ori story arc to begin with, so I didn't enjoy Ark of Truth much and I don't like seasons 9 & 10 as much as the first 8 seasons. However I was glad that the Ori were finally defeated in AoT and the whole Ori arc finally ended.

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