Parents' Guide to

Intergalactic

By Martin Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Violent sci-fi action series feels familiar.

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Most of Commonworld and Harper's story feel lifted from other movies and TV. To name one, Intergalactic has many obvious similarities with the 1997 Nicolas Cage movie Con Air, which also features one decent person caught up with a ragtag band of criminals staging a takeover. But Intergalactic's mish-mash of genres and ideas works better than most other shows of its caliber, if only because it leans full tilt into the pulpiness and keeps its foot on the action pedal. The sci-fi aspects of the show seem to exist purely to allow the criminals to have superpowers, but that also contributes to the fun. Lots of shows hijack ideas from other series or movies; Intergalactic may not feel completely unique, but it knows how to get the most out of its thievery.

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