Halo: Fall of Reach has hidden depths that will surprise you and you will have an idea who the Master Chief was before he became such an iconic figure

This is an animated film adapted from the original book, Halo: The Fall of Reach. With some very unique animation, great story telling and a fresh look at an old character this will be a great film for die heard fans and new comers alike, it’s definitely worth a watch.

For those who don’t really know the back story of the Halo franchise: Humanity has made frontiers across the galaxies and are living in a united federation of planets but there are rebels referred commonly to as insurrectionists who want out. Out of the desperation to maintain peace and defeat this new threat the office of Naval Intelligence decides to create generations of physically, genetically, technologically and mentally superior “super soldiers” as a special fighting force within the UNSC Military. There are to be used to eliminate the insurrectionists in swift surgical strikes.
It aims to give understanding of Masterchief (definition that is not contextual but gives a brief explanation “Master chief petty officer is the ninth, and highest enlisted pay grade in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard.

It begins with a smart ass and bratty kid named John when he is taken at such a young age and the viewers see the kind of training and modifications he went through to become a bad ass that saves the universe.

A covert group led by Dr. Catherine is tasked with the evil deed abducting inherently superior children and swapped them with flawed clones that would ultimately break down and die.

A much more dire threat, the Covenant emerged, the Covenant was a political, military, and religious affiliation which was originally a mutual alliance between different alien races (how EFFED up is that???) watch as the SPARTAN super soldiers battle it out to save the universe.

Watch the FULL movie below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yc5DNIUkrk

 

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