In Bucharest, Romania, the priceless breastplate of Attila, the Hun is robbed from the National Museum of Antiquities by a gang leaded by the despicable Marcus Cutter, and the curator Radu ...
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In Bucharest, Romania, the priceless breastplate of Attila, the Hun is robbed from the National Museum of Antiquities by a gang leaded by the despicable Marcus Cutter, and the curator Radu is killed by one of the thieves. Meanwhile, in New York City, the former assistant of Professor Radu, Dr. Samantha Gaines, is waiting for the valuable piece for an exhibition. The agent Jake Adams visits Samantha in the museum to tell about the heist and the death of her friend, and she tells about the legend that the breastplate would have the inscription of the location of the Sword of Mars, which is guarded by Cerberus and made Attila invincible. When Samantha's brother and addicted gambler Jack is kidnapped, she believes his debt of US$ 2,000.00 could be the reason, and travels to Romania invited by the evil kidnapper Kul Jae Sung, getting involved in a supernatural adventure with Jake.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Cerberus seemed like a good idea in hindsight, but when it came to seeing it the execution spoilt any potential the film had. It does get points for the idea, some splashes of silly fun in the second half and for the hotness of Emmanuelle Vaugier. The rest however was lacking for me, and the jaw-droppingly cheap design of Cerberus is not the only bad thing. There is also some choppy editing and the film is dully lit a lot of the time. But that's not all. The dialogue is trite with very ill-judged comic relief, the climax is abrupt and devoid of thrills or tension, the story is muddled(with the second half only a little bit better than the stodgy first half), dull and often ridiculous, the characters are poorly written clichés especially the villains and on the whole the most inspired the actors get is mumbling their lines, nobody seems engaged at all with their characters or even in the film. Overall, a really mediocre movie, could've been worse but there was no real excuse to not put more effort in. 3/10 Bethany Cox
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