Overall Rank: 15156
Average Rating: 2.2/4
# of Ratings: 44
Theatrical Release Date: 01/23/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 05/19/2009
Genre: Adventure, Sci-Fi
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Howard McCain
Actors: James Caviezel, Sophia Myles, Jack Huston, Ron Perlman, John Hurt, Bailey Maughan
Plot: In the age of the Vikings, an alien man crash-lands on Earth along with a monstrous creature who destroyed his world. By fusing his technology with the Viking's, he hopes to stop beast before it can destroy the Earth as well.
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Ean Vali - wrote on 11/29/2012
Nice sf movie. Expected storyline but still a nice movie to see.
Snoogans - wrote on 04/23/2012
The usual sci-fi story of the futuristic hero landing in a past setting and helping the locals defeat some evil. This time it's a medieval colony vs. a fake looking CG monster. This run-of-the-mill flick doesn't offer much enjoyment beyond the cliches.
trem - wrote on 08/19/2009
I got this movie from my local DVD street guy & honestly only got it cause Jim Caviezel was in it. Little did I know how much of a treat I was in for. This was far better than I could have imagined it would be & I only got it too help pass the time on a quite Saturday @work. We have Swords, Vikings & one hell bent vicious beast. I did like the little twist on why the creature was so determined to kill everyone. I was plesantly surprised at how good this flick was. I would recommend you check it out if your into the whole sword/monster/vikings thing.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 01/29/2012
An alien spaceship crash lands in 8th century Norway where the surviving passenger Jim Caviezel must join forces with the local inhabitants to destroy a vicious monster he unwittingly brought with him. Alien 3 gets medieval on our asses in this deeply silly variation on Beowulf. The idea of Vikings vs aliens seems pretty irresistable (hey, I liked Reign Of Fire...) and these kind of daft sci-fi B movies can be great fun if done with self awareness and a sense of humour. Unfortunately Outlander has neither. Caviezel's so-called character is sketched purely in the form of clumsy flashbacks to the ubiquitous murdered family, and in the land of the Vikings he finds a fiery princess to impress, an orphaned boy to adopt and a local warrior to butt heads and bond with while they hunt down the …
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