First, just to make it clear to those thousands and thousands globally who see an R-rated movie starring Amanda Tapping and expect to see more of her than usual, the answer is yes and no. The shots that merited an "R" use a body-double who is listed in the credits and is not artfully edited into the scene.
Second, expecting an understandable plot about "black hole" physics is asking a lot more than a 90-minute made-for-TV (?) can deliver. Still, it moves along as well as can be expected and gives a somewhat different Amanda than appears on Stargate SG-1.
Disappointments include the effects, which appear cheap, and the music, which comes off cheaper.
All that said, as an AT fan, I'm glad I bought the movie. Adrian Paul comes off well and Malcom McDowell again plays a villian, although not an entirely unsympathetic one.
I just wish to see Amanda Tapping in a better film in addition to the oft-discussed Stargate SG-1 feature.