Nomad the Beginning (2013)

Nomad the Beginning (2013)

Clint HummelMaria AcevesJoshua DesRochesBrantley Black
Thomas Dixon


Nomad the Beginning (2013) is a English movie. Thomas Dixon has directed this movie. Clint Hummel,Maria Aceves,Joshua DesRoches,Brantley Black are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2013. Nomad the Beginning (2013) is considered one of the best Action,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

On a desperate quest to find her missing brother, Marianna reluctantly picks up a mysterious stranger with no memory, John. Together they must get to a rendezvous point on the west coast where a shadowy figure awaits them. Unbeknownst to them a black-ops splinter cell team is tracking John. They send in special agent Thomas Dockins, a highly trained and brainwashed military assassin, to kill John and the woman he is traveling with. As they struggle for their lives, John and Marianna discover that they are caught in the middle of a sinister extra-terrestrial plot.


Nomad the Beginning (2013) Reviews

  • Boring, don't bother with it


    Not very long movie but seems long drawn out. The characters are forgettable and by the end I didn't care who lived or died, there was no suspense, not much action, a lot of confusion and a lot more just plain nonsense. Add to that the acting was below average, music was bland and script dull I just wanted to fast forward it but needed to watch it all to do a review and no point reviewing a movie without watching it all. The sound was hit and miss, at one point it sounded like it was added on afterwards and another point Marianna was moving her lips like she was talking but no sound came from her. Michael Madsen seems to be the main actor according to the movies website but he was hardly seen in it and wasn't even listed in the cast list on IMDb, maybe he asked not to be included and I wouldn't blame him Lol. Oh and the ending, that was lame too. Yaawwwn.

  • No Battlefield?


    This movie contains no battlefield. There is an alien but he doesn't turn up until nearly the end. I wouldn't sit around and wait for him as you will find better aliens on any old Star Trek rerun. The DVD case also features a lot of soldiers with artillery weapons who do not appear at any point. The case also makes a big deal of the spaceship which also really only appears for the final credits and looks quite a lot like a cardboard box when it does. Aside from the disappointing special effects, what does happen is pretty slow paced for a film that clock in under an hour and half. Michael Madsen does appear, but has clearly shot his scenes on the way to lunch as he doesn't leave his limo.



    Marianna (Maria Aceves) gets a phone call about her kidnapped brother. She needs to pick up a "package" at the 444 marker on Route 66, which seems significant, but isn't. We discover a guy is missing from "the base" and a drunk (Joshua DesRoches) gets a phone call and turns into a Manchurian assassin. The "package" turns out to be John, you can call me Chris, (Clint Glenn Hummel) who is light on memory. We also get glimpses of a man ( Josiah D. Lee) wearing a plastic face shield with lights who goes inside people's heads and communicates with them....some people...and he also tracks GPS stuff. Michael Madsen rides around in a stretch limo using the phone, taking about the coven. There is a guy called Rook (Vince Lozano) who calls John on the phone, whomsoever phone he happens to be nearby. The film has a number of flaws. First off it is low budget and suffers from every aspect of a low budget. I have no idea what that stuff is on the DVD cover. The acting was very bad. Maria Aceves was laughable. The direction and editing was haphazard. You get half and idea what is going on half way through the film, a full explanation at the end, almost. It wants to be a mystery yet the title could be considered a plot spoiler. The film was released originally as " Nomad. The Beginning" in 2013 in Japan and appears to be the first in a low budget series, one that looks like it is not going to be made unless a bunch of people buy or rent this stinker. Now the premise behind the film is good and would appeal to Roswell conspiracy buffs had the production had just one good redeeming quality to write about other than a bunch of people traveling on the road looking for an acting school. The film takes place in New Mexico, yet Marianna drives around in a Chevy Blazer with Pennsylvania plates. What was that all about? I mean how much can a New Mexico plate cost?


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