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Antikiller (2002)
"[Anti]killer" (original title)

 -  Action | Crime  -  1 August 2002 (Russia)
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Former criminal investigator, Major Korenev, nicknamed Fox is released from prison. He has been detained there as a result of planted incriminating evidence of unlawful investigation ... See full summary »

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(as Egor Mikhalkov-Konchalovskiy)

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(novel), (screenplay), 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Yuriy Kutsenko ...
Mikhail Ulyanov ...
Otets (as M.Ulyanov)
Sergey Shakurov ...
Krest (as S.Shakurov)
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Shaman (as A.Baluyev)
Evgeniy Sidikhin ...
Barkas (as E. Sidikhin)
Viktor Sukhorukov ...
Ambal (as V.Sukhorukov)
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Banker (as M.Yefremov)
Sergey Veksler ...
Litvinov (as S.Veksler)
Vyacheslav Razbegaev ...
Metis (as V.Razbegayev)
Ivan Bortnik ...
Bedbug (as I.Bortnik)
Viktoriya Tolstoganova ...
Tamara (as V.Tolstoganova)
Lyubov Tolkalina ...
Lyuba (as L.Tolkalina)
Aleksandr Belyavskiy ...
King (Korol) (as A.Belyavskiy)
Yuriy Kuznetsov ...
(as Yu.Kuznetsov)
Aleksey Safonov ...
(as A. Safonov)
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Former criminal investigator, Major Korenev, nicknamed Fox is released from prison. He has been detained there as a result of planted incriminating evidence of unlawful investigation techniques. Setting accounts with Shaman - a big criminal boss, who ordered the evidence planted and also with his former colleagues was not a part of Korenev's agenda. As he returns to Moscow he finds a new world ruled by underworld bosses, criminal clans fighting each other and utter chaos on the desperately keeping appearances streets of Russian capital. Facing death of his friends, Major Korenev decides to re-install law and order using some unorthodox methods that are only relevant in 21st century Russia. Written by Anonymous

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based on novel

Taglines:

This is not news anymore, this is information

Genres:

Action | Crime

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Release Date:

1 August 2002 (Russia)  »

Also Known As:

[Anti]killer  »

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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Color:

(Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Renat Litvinov's name is a joking reference to Renata Litvinova. See more »

Quotes

Fox: Now this isn't news, this is information.
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Followed by Antikiller 2: Antiterror (2003) See more »

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23 October 2006 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

A decent movie about the Russian crime structures and gang wars to come in power and take control. It could have been better. What I didn't like was some poorly executed action sequences. Others were quite good though. The music during the fights wasn't very suitable IMO - lack of music would be better... What I like was the acting - over the top for some characters as it should have been as they obviously had some issues) and subtle for others ( considered their positions and need to be in control and carefully reconsider every move they make). The presence of Viktor Sukhorukov (Brat 1 and 2) and Aleksandr Baluyev (Oligarkh) was a pleasant surprise. Vyacheslav Razbegayev is also very good as Metis. I liked how the story was telling itself - no needless explanations offending the audience... I was quite confused myself the first half an hour but later everything came clear. It is a macho film, definitely, each one of the characters is pretty tough and wouldn't bend for anybody. By the way - a very strong beginning - it may be rose up my expectations a bit. Overall pretty good, could have been better though.


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