Cosmic Sin

In the year 2524, four centuries after humans started colonizing the outer planets, retired General James Ford gets called back into service when a hostile alien fleet attacks soldiers on a remote planet. The threat against mankind soon escalates into an interstellar war as Ford and a team of elite soldiers try to stop the imminent attack before it’s too late.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • James Ford: Bruce Willis
  • Fiona Ardene: Adelaide Kane
  • Gen. Eron Ryle: Frank Grillo
  • Alex Loche: Lochlyn Munro
  • Ltg. Tieve: Costas Mandylor
  • Coco: Johnny Messner
  • Braxton Ryle: Brandon Thomas Lee
  • Juda Sayle: Eva De Dominici
  • Dash: Corey Large
  • Sol Cantos: Lana
  • Dr. Lea Goss: Perrey Reeves
  • Felix: Trevor Gretzky
  • Lt. West: Robert Laenen
  • Soldat alliance: Mark Rhynard
  • Soldat Alliance: Austin Humble
  • Nicole (voice): Tabitha Woodman
  • Victoria: Everly Large
  • Sam Nolan: Trevor Brotherton
  • Holo Sam (uncredited): Francis Cronin
  • Military Police Officer (uncredited): Eric Daniel Stumpp
  • Survivor (uncredited): Michelle L. Williams

Film Crew:

  • Music Editor: Michael K. Bauer
  • Executive Producer: Stephen J. Eads
  • Executive Producer: Johnny Messner
  • Post Producer: Jonathan Sheldon
  • Original Music Composer: Scott Glasgow
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Bob Shelley
  • Producer: Corey Large
  • Sound Mixer: Aron Siegel
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Yagmur Kaplan
  • Director of Photography: Brandon Cox
  • Executive Producer: Benjamin Krause
  • Line Producer: Joe Di Maio
  • Casting: Chadwick Struck
  • Executive Producer: Ali Jazayeri
  • Makeup Department Head: Yolanda Sheridan
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist: Toby Sells
  • Production Design: David Dean Ebert
  • Property Master: Taryn Oleson
  • Executive Producer: Matthew Helderman
  • Music Supervisor: Sean Fernald
  • Key Grip: Aaron Toups
  • Best Boy Grip: Doug Cordonier
  • Still Photographer: Guy D’Alema
  • Executive Producer: Bill Bromiley
  • Costume Design: Nataliya Fedulova
  • Gaffer: Gerónimo Pérez Quesada
  • Executive Producer: Luke Dylan Taylor
  • Boom Operator: Allen Lee Williams III
  • Executive Producer: David Gendron
  • Boom Operator: Steven Young
  • First Assistant Camera: Diego Montiel
  • Set Decoration: Semret Fesseha
  • Set Dresser: Alexander K. Riba
  • Editor: Justin Williams
  • Executive Producer: Jonathan Saba
  • Set Dresser: Tye Kerber
  • Second Unit Director: Thomas Forbes-Johnson
  • Sound Effects Editor: Brian Berger
  • Sound Editor: Lawrence He
  • Visual Effects Producer: Ian James Duncan
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Wai Sun Cheng
  • Digital Intermediate Colorist: Mark Todd Osborne
  • VFX Artist: Stefano Argenziano
  • VFX Artist: Iris Devins
  • Executive Producer: Edward Drake
  • Leadman: Ryan Kutch
  • Executive Producer: Berlin Lu
  • Executive Producer: Tyler Gould
  • Art Direction: Sandra Bacmeister
  • Construction Coordinator: Cory Alan Cooper
  • Script Supervisor: Lisa Blanchar
  • Dolly Grip: Seth Patterson
  • Grip: Justin Viger
  • VFX Artist: Alexey Bogomolov
  • VFX Artist: Francesca Cuppoletti
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Zeke Faust
  • Props: Tonilee Marrone
  • Scenic Artist: Alícia Díaz
  • Storyboard Artist: Michael Gable Marynell
  • Storyboard Artist: Namor Salvador
  • Assistant Art Director: LeShae Ann Nash
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Devan Gerlach
  • Production Secretary: Danielle Ellie Harmon

Movie Reviews:

  • lstamellos: Just. Don’t. Watch.
    You have been warned.
  • JPV852: Pretty lame science fiction actioner with a thin story, one-dimensional and poorly developed characters and bland villains with basic motivations (and they infect humans like parasites apparently). I had hoped this would be at least moderately entertaining but was just stupid with Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo sleepwalking through their roles.

    If there’s any plus, at least some of the effects were above some SyFy TV movie (for what little that’s worth) but this is one to completely skip. **1.5/5**

  • itsogs: Great cast, and although the concept (if you like that kind of thing) was decent, it lacked any real direction.⭐⭐
  • DallasBob: Yeeeaah, this was terrible. You can actaully tell where the budget went when it came to “what are we going to make look science fiction-ny” and “on what we will make the audience use their imagination.”
    I’m not sure if Bruce Willis did this because he was doing someone a favor or if he just wanted to get out of the house for a little while. But this ‘show’ will not be listed in the memoirs as “Most memorable.” lol
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