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Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie

Rating:R (for strong bloody violence)
Genre:Animation, SciFi/Fantasy
Release Date:February 26, 2011
Cast:Terence Stamp, John Hurt, Sean Pertwee, Steven Waddington, Donald Sumpter
Director:Martyn Pick
Writer:Dan Abnett
Distributor:Codex Pictures Limited

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Description: "Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie" takes place in the vast, dystopian science fantasy setting of Games Workshop's table-top strategy war game, Warhammer 40,000. Spanning a huge fictional universe, the Imperium of Man -- a decentralised but totalitarian interstellar regime -- interacts with various factions and races of aliens, including the Tau, the Eldar, the Necrons, the Tyranids and the Orks, battling against the forces of evil, the Daemons of Chaos who live in a parallel dimension, the Warp.

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