Hyperdrive (2006) - Comedy, Sci-Fi

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In 2151, the mission of Her Majesty's Ship Camden Lock is to convince alien governments to relocate their businesses to Britain. The motley crew is a bunch of good-for-nothings led by the ...

IMDB: 6.7
Stars: Nick Frost, Kevin Eldon
Length: 29 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 11 out of 44 found boring (25%)

One-line Reviews (22)

Yawn.. .

Hyperdrive is boring.

I was even in a sort of denial for a few episodes, but the truth is its boring.

Her vacant smile is stunning.

Anyone claiming that this show is boring, rubbish, or a waste of time needs their sense of humor tuned up.

Massive waste of time.

What a waste of time .

Half the gags were about how the 30th century differed from the present, which I found tiresome before the first episode had finished.

Red Dwarf it is not, Boring it is.

They use the Camden Lock spacecraft as a portable propaganda machine and strike up trade deals with the alien 'peoples' of other planets.

I don't care about any of the characters, the jokes were very dull, and the whole thing just fell under the category of "Great idea done badly".

Kevin Eldon, as ever, is simply stunning.

If you come to the show looking for that kind of satire then Hyperdrive will prove to be very very entertaining.

Hyperdrive is boring and not funny.

The characters are typical (bland) versions of all sitcoms and leave little to the imagination.

The characters are flat and dull.

The stories are frankly boring and the humour is almost non-existent.

I know this show has very definite and profound flaws, but it is these moments of brilliance that make the show worth watching, that make all those cringe worthy flop gags worth cringing for, give this show a chance, you won't regret it.

Well worth watching .

The characters were engaging and likable, the situations were amusing, and the sets and effects were fine for what the show was trying to do.

I cannot recommend Hyperdrive highly enough, it is cool funny and well worth watching.

Don't waste your time.