DELGO (Theatrical Release USA 2008)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 1.1|5.0 Starsì

vies with Battle for Terra for lowest star rating achievement on Ben Meyers' International Movie Critics' critiques. Delgo has no strong storyline. Character development waivers. Cameramen cut scenes before they’re complete (i.e., the opening of the chest scene) and leaves the viewer with no expectation, no bridge for the next scenes. Delgo’s best friend is a ‘goofy jerk,’ but the ‘jerk’ makes too many mistakes so that the comedic element is lost. Those scenes need serious editing for ultimate effect. It’s obvious that much time, care, and money went into the making of this movie; but, unfortunately, the end result is poor.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


The Lokni permit the Nohrin to settle in Jhamora, but the Nohrin become land greedy. Their greed causes conflict that results in war. Delgo, a Nohrin, experiences the death of his father and mother and becomes vengeful.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Directors Marc F. Adler and Jason Maurer for directing efforts. Thank you to Producer Marc F. Adler for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Delgo (voice of Freddie Prinze, Jr.), Filo (voice of Chris Kattan), Princess Kyla (voice of Jennifer Love Hewitt), Sedessa (voice of Anne Bancroft), Bogardus (voice of Val Kilmer), Raius (voice of Malcolm McDowell), Elder Marley (voice of Michael Clarke Duncan), King Zahn (voice of Louis Gossett, Jr.), and Spig (voice of Eric Idle).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

No. Despite the well-chosen and well-known character voices, Delgo is pretty much a waste of time.

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