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the new warhammer 40k movie about a bunch of ultramarines heading into what looked like a simple mission.

Posted by CPLAnthony on Dec 22nd, 2010

A WARHAMMER 40,000 MOVIE takes place in the vast, dystopian science fantasy setting of Games Workshop’s table-top strategy war game, Warhammer 40,000. Spanning a huge fictional universe, the Imperium of Man – a decentralised but totalitarian interstellar regime - interacts with various factions and races of aliens, including the Tau, the Eldar, the Necrons, the Tyranids and the Orks, battling against the forces of evil, the Daemons of Chaos who live in a parallel dimension, the Warp. Mankind’s defences are formed primarily of the Imperial Guard, huge in numbers, and the genetically-enhanced, elite super-warriors, the Space Marines, also known as the Adeptus Astartes. Devotedly loyal to the Emperor and followers of the Codex Astartes (the book of doctrine for all Space Marine chapters), they are the finest and most feared of all fighting forces in the Imperium. With more than a thousand chapters (each of a thousand men) including the Space Wolves, the Blood Angels, the Imperial Fists and the traitorous Chaos Space Marines, each chapter has distinctive characteristics, armour and weaponry: The Ultramarines are considered by many to be the most powerful, the most courageous and the most unswervingly-loyal of all the Space Marine Chapters. Created more than 30 years ago, today Warhammer 40,000 is played in thousands of Games Workshop’s hobby centres, schools and clubs around the world, appealing to those that enjoy tactical gameplay as well the skilled painting of miniatures. The universe also is represented in many novels, published by Games Workshop’s Black Library, White Dwarf, the monthly magazine, and several licensed board games and video games. ULTRAMARINES: A WARHAMMER 40,000 MOVIE is the first feature-length movie interpretation of the property

Created more than 30 years ago, today Warhammer 40,000 is played in thousands of Games Workshop’s hobby centres, schools and clubs around the world, appealing to those that enjoy tactical gameplay as well the skilled painting of miniatures. The universe also is represented in many novels, published by Games Workshop’s Black Library, White Dwarf, the monthly magazine, and several licensed board games and video games. ULTRAMARINES: A WARHAMMER 40,000 MOVIE is the first feature-length movie interpretation of the property.
enjoy the film :)
WARNING:YOU CAN ONLEY WACH 72 MINS

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CPLAnthony Author
CPLAnthony Dec 23 2010, 7:37am says:

swich to fullscreen to see more

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jedimastereraol
jedimastereraol Jan 18 2011, 4:31pm replied:

cool

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Supahchikin
Supahchikin Dec 23 2010, 11:10am says:

It was nice, i rather enjoyed it.

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XxChaosUndividedxX
XxChaosUndividedxX Dec 23 2010, 11:35pm says:

i like it there needs to be another

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The_Mastodon
The_Mastodon Dec 24 2010, 5:08am says:

I resolution is terrable ;P

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The_Mastodon
The_Mastodon Dec 24 2010, 5:49am replied:

I just bourght this Movie. ;)

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CPLAnthony Author
CPLAnthony Dec 24 2010, 6:29am says:

"we march for makrak!" "and we shall know no fear!"

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Son_of_Iron
Son_of_Iron Jan 14 2011, 12:17am replied:

ummmm I may be an Iron Warrior... But its "Macragge" broseph

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lester2096
lester2096 Dec 24 2010, 5:14pm says:

I have a question why is it that a large vessel like that has only few space marines on board?

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inlunacy
inlunacy Oct 10 2011, 12:25pm replied:

That's a damn good point

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vendetta_dude
vendetta_dude Nov 1 2011, 8:06am replied:

They have such a huge vessel with little marines inside because when the original legions were separated the ultramarines separated the most into about 23 smaller chapters, causing their ranks to be thinly spread amongst individual chapters in contrast to their original size. This means that they have huge ships that used to house thousands of marines that only carry a handful now.

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V.Metalic
V.Metalic Dec 25 2010, 6:00am says:

It is short, but good :) But the marines can quite easily climb on the cliffs faster then they can run, the voices are too quiet compared to the fire, so you must always change your music settings when the battle starts and ends.

But can someone say me, what actually happened with Severus? He was always a Deamon, he was possesed after killing that Deamon, or the Deamon won and took Severus's appearence and infiltrated the Marines?

Also, if he was "Captain", he was in charge of a Company, but in which time this is set? Because now there is one Captain Severus, but he is leader of 1st Company, previously of 2nd. And this one wasnt ever possesed.

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lester2096
lester2096 Dec 25 2010, 3:14pm replied:

well i think the daemon took the captains form after defeating him. im pretty sure it wasnt much of a challenge for the daemon since the captain only had a bolter and he threw his chain sword to proteus. or the captain died on impact.

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[GOTIS]Katze
[GOTIS]Katze Jun 9 2011, 2:58pm replied:

i thought the daemon died and the captain mutated into a daemon prince, after he died?

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vendetta_dude
vendetta_dude Nov 1 2011, 8:35am replied:

The Daemon didnt kill the captain nor did it die. It performed a ritual in order to conceal itself within the flesh of the captain, thus being in control of the captain, so really the captain and the Daemon both died together, or the captain died when the Daemon shed its skin and revealed its true form.

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V.Metalic
V.Metalic Dec 25 2010, 6:02am says:

This squad was send alone to be trained to fully join other Brother-Marines. The rest of the Company, 9 squads, were fighting with Tyrranids. And you know, Imperium always make huge things, especially the ships :D

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lester2096
lester2096 Dec 25 2010, 3:07pm replied:

i thank you for your answer.

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lester2096
lester2096 Dec 25 2010, 3:17pm says:

second question isnt it the job of the apothecary to take the gene seed of the fallen battle brothers why didnt he take the seeds from the fallen Imperial Fists?

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CPLAnthony Author
CPLAnthony Dec 26 2010, 10:08am replied:

maybe there was no point

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lester2096
lester2096 Dec 26 2010, 2:24pm replied:

yeah i re watched it again and messed around with the audio the apothecary said the bodies were decade and there was nothing to save.

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purplepinkflame
purplepinkflame Dec 28 2010, 9:17pm says:

Nice, Megavideo freedom.

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Andy47
Andy47 Dec 31 2010, 5:34pm says:

I dont like this film. it isnt bad, it can´t be bad because its W40k, but thats all, no film art. Like they dont have a scenario, as if it was written in that god damned book and then let a chaos to delete it, so they had to improvise and this is all they came up with.

But do not take this wrong, maybe i have expecting from that film too much.

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theBuzz
theBuzz Jan 2 2011, 10:04am says:

I watched it on DVD and i found it to be very good, but it should have been longer. Too much was left out.

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UkrainaGuy1111
UkrainaGuy1111 Jan 12 2011, 3:56pm says:

Kinda cheesy plot twists.

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The_Mugsy
The_Mugsy Jan 14 2011, 10:36pm says:

Thank you for linking the movie. It was a good watch. Even if some parts were predictable, it's not often we get to see a Warhammer 40k animated movie, considering they didn't do so well in the past.

This might be just a single step out of many for Games Workshop to allow for more Animations. Warhammer is too damn cool of a universe to have it be restricted. Computer Gaming has made a comeback thanks to Dawn of War, why not bring back animations?

On a side note, Terrence Stamp makes a pretty convincing Captain.

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somonels
somonels Jan 17 2011, 11:07am says:

Pretty lousy movie, ok to watch if you are a fan of the universe. I prefer Damnatus over this.

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xRiotZx
xRiotZx Jan 18 2011, 12:43pm says:

Meh probably gonna suck.

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mognar
mognar Jan 29 2011, 6:31am says:

Awesome movie.I really like it.

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jedimastereraol
jedimastereraol Feb 1 2011, 1:55pm says:

i was surprised someone told me it had tyranids in it as well - the liar

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HellsMarshall
HellsMarshall Feb 12 2011, 2:25pm says:

very nice !
i think u need better hardware for rendering !!!
we all wanna see more .... ;)
so much more !! ^^

greetz & keep on with the good work !

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Malus61
Malus61 Feb 13 2011, 3:55am says:

Nice video..the music seems to me from the game "chaos gate". Sry for my bad english (learned it in school 30 years ago). It is possible to see the video in fullscreen?

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CPLAnthony Author
CPLAnthony May 6 2011, 6:11pm replied:

there is but iv forgoten where

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Cadence
Cadence Feb 25 2011, 1:30am says:

nice movie would've been better if there were more of them

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wolfprophet
wolfprophet Mar 6 2011, 5:11am says:

One problem in the text above the movie.... Warhammer 40K, even as Rogue Trader, has only been around for 24 years. Not over 30. Definitely not over 30.

Also, this movie....was surprisingly unfulfilling to watch, but the action scenes made it worth it.

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Liliana_Light
Liliana_Light Mar 13 2011, 1:21pm says:

I think it was rather good for a movie of its kind. And not just because of ZOMG SPESS MEHREENS. Certain parts were rather stupid, but it all seemed to work somehow. The writing was somewhat predictable, though, as most of Abnett's work tends to take a similar direction. But at least all the characters were decent...minus the ones nobody cared about.
I can say that someone who has no idea of what W40k is would probably think this is a terrible movie, however.

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greenishcrab
greenishcrab Apr 3 2011, 4:04am says:

wow, this is liturally the whole movie..

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davo001
davo001 Apr 6 2011, 6:00pm says:

nice first foray into film for 40k. i choose to forget the live action fails

one thing though. i always thought bolter rounds exploded. like small automatic RPGs.???

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CPLAnthony Author
CPLAnthony Jun 22 2011, 11:46am replied:

i think it depends thats what i always thought 2 but they do just most warhammer stuff leaves it out

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davo001
davo001 Jun 28 2011, 4:24pm replied:

after some research, in my old 3rd ed rulebook it says
"bolters fire self-propelled armour-piercing mass-reactive explosive missiles called bolts"

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inlunacy
inlunacy Oct 10 2011, 12:29pm replied:

I think they explode inside the target

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BillNye_the_Nazi_Spy
BillNye_the_Nazi_Spy Aug 21 2011, 6:35pm replied:

Because, the creators of the movie didn't have enough support/money to make the Bolters 'realistic'.

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inlunacy
inlunacy Oct 10 2011, 12:50pm says:

My expectations were too high. Disappointed that it was so short. So much more I wanted to see; I think the Space Marines are just way too cool. With all the brutality the books detail... ugh my fault for making assumptions.

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Havoklord
Havoklord Jun 21 2012, 6:12am says:

Only* XD

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