With Kremlin Films (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Gagarin. Pervyy v kosmose (2013)
108 min | Adventure, Biography, Drama
On April 12, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Gagarin blasted off in a Vostok rocket and he orbited Earth for 108 minutes. He was the cosmonaut who was selected from over three thousand fighter pilots throughout the Soviet Union.
2. Lev Yashin. Vratar moey mechty (2019)
120 min | Biography, Drama, Sport
An ordinary working class boy, like all his peers, he played football day and night and dreamed of being a striker. But no matter which team he played for - in the yard, at the factory, or in the army - he was inevitably put in goal.
3. Red Serpent (2003)
R | 90 min | Adventure, Action
A powerful drug cartel in Moscow wants to use American businessman Steve Nichols in a smuggling scheme and ensures his cooperation by kidnapping his daughter. So Nichols solicits the help of a former KGB agent.
4. Ancient Evil: Scream of the Mummy (1999)
R | 86 min | Horror, Sci-Fi
Six young archaeology students discover the remains of an ancient Aztec mummy and accidentally unleash the fury of an evil god.
5. Zerkalnye voyny. Otrazhenie pervoe (2005)
Not Rated | 109 min | Action, Crime, Drama
Its codename is Sabertooth, a top-secret Russian stealth fighter jet that could tip the world's military strategic balance. But when someone begins assassinating the project's top test ... See full summary »
6. Sacred Cargo (1995)
93 min | Thriller
Vince Kanevsky is a US Marine who finds out that his brother has been kidnapped by ruthless ex KGB members, he will stop at nothing to find what really happened.
7. Nothing to Lose (1994)
R | Action, Crime, Drama
A young street fighter seeks revenge against a powerful drug lord who killed his entire family. Using of his many special combat skills, he's about to take down a whole criminal operation, reaching his goal whatever the consequences.
8. Russkiy regtaym (1993)
95 min | Drama, Romance
The movie is based on real events. 1974 year. The year of Solzhenitsyn's deportation. The main character - Misha did not know the word "dissident", but always dreamed of America. He did not... See full summary »