A United Nations Space Command (UNSC) cadet experiences a crisis of conscience before facing the Covenant on the battlefield, and draws inspiration from Master Chief while fighting for the future of mankind in this sci-fi action opus based on the hit X-Box franchise. As the latest crop of cadets trains to defend Earth from extraterrestrial threats, new recruit Thomas Lasky questions the need to fight. Later, after witnessing the ruthlessness of the Covenant firsthand, Lasky realizes that he may have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of the great Master Chief. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
So this movie was not the animated style I thought. like the 1st one, but a lot cheesier,with plot, acting, CG, and worst of all location. They used the same tired shots over and over as was the same old props over and over, moving along ever so ridiculously slow. For a sci-fi plot there was nothing exciting sparking the imagination, dull action sequences and even the dull costumes were not well developed. They should have left the animation style where they could do more with everything lacking in the sequel. One of the few movies I didn't care to see the end. Maybe it's only redemption is if you play the game, which is bs
An hour and half movie Halo movie with less than 30 minutes of action. It's like watching a pornographic movie with a lame attempt at character development. Pretty boring. Halo Legends, albeit animated, it's much better. Word to the wise: Halo movies should be full of hyper-violent action.
This movie is obviously for Halo fans only, and the under 30 group. Too slow in many parts and action didn't get going until very late on. Very murky looking, boring sets, less than even TV quality visuals, and the "aliens" were a joke. Anyone calling this a serious version of Star Ship Troopers is way off the mark. Characters weren't compelling at all. This movie gets a D, for disaster.