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Zapreshchyonnaya realnost (2009)

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When Special forces agent Matvey Sobolev survives an explosion, he realizes he must master the art of absolute inner power before confronting his powerful rival, Kurylo, a cruel leader of a criminal syndicate.
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Igor Petrenko Igor Petrenko ... Matvey
Lyubov Tolkalina Lyubov Tolkalina ... Polina
Aleksandr Baluev ... Kurylo
Vladimir Vdovichenkov ... Gorshin
Anna Khodyush Anna Khodyush ... Kristina / Keeper
Tina Kandelaki Tina Kandelaki ... Tina
Valery Guryev ... Infarch
Lev Prygunov ... Dikoy
Andrey Chubchenko Andrey Chubchenko ... Ivakin
Boris Smorchkov ... Old Prokop
Vladimir Panchik Vladimir Panchik ... Liquidator Boy
Olga Zaytseva Olga Zaytseva ... Liquidator Girl
Vasily Golovachov Vasily Golovachov ... General-1
Mikhail Samokhvalov Mikhail Samokhvalov ... General-2
Yury Gamayunov Yury Gamayunov ... General-3
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When Special forces agent Matvey Sobolev survives an explosion, he realizes he must master the art of absolute inner power before confronting his powerful rival, Kurylo, a cruel leader of a criminal syndicate.

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Russia

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Russian

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8 October 2009 (Russia) See more »

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Interceptor See more »

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Execution would be a misjudgment
3 July 2010 | by pontramSee all my reviews

To reprimand a movie as pathetic, foolish, boring etc. is a very (harsh) personal statement of private feelings. I for myself felt entertained although I'm not one of the three 1) under-aged 2) drunk during watching 3) a member of the cast. Maybe I was in a (too ?) good mood, but I didn't oversee many lacks in plot originality, script writing, dialogs, and so on. What I oversaw was any of the three attributes pathetic/foolish/boring, where one who is really willing can throw them at SF-giants like Bladerunner, 2001, District 9, Matrix, or even Solaris.

The movie itself seems to be an interesting mixture of the common solitary fighter flick (there are soo many), a German car advertisement clip (like Transporter 2) for Russian mobster clients, Matrix (yes hate me), and Stalker (now kill me). Someone will possibly feel left alone with a certain lack of prologue, explanations, character development, and so on, either because Writer and Director weren't able to deliver those, or they simply didn't want to. I wasn't really disturbed about this. A bit of unconventionality can never harm, and I for myself get often bored by endless monologues or sad back-flashes, which are both not present in Interceptor.

What I saw on the positive side were upper-class visuals, fine locations, decent actors (despite they have not so much to "act") and a kind of Russian mood, quite different from Bekmambetov's in his Day/Nighwatch hit series (which I enjoyed at a max), but still present. The production values are O.K., especially in 3d graphics, everything and everyone is serious and believable, maybe even because there are some holes where viewers can fill in their own imaginations.

On the negative side is the plot, which is not exactly a brainwave, but being serious, this it have in common with, say, Avatar's plot. Further, characters are only outlined and stay colorless at a cool distance from us. Action scenes seem only to be thrown in by the god of scriptwriting to fill some minutes until the end. Relations between characters are foreseeable and mostly cliché.

Nevertheless Interceptor has its qualities to entertain, primarily with CGI visuals, and a with a strange myth of alien powers, which are existing in a parallel dimension right beneath ours since thousands of years, fighting against each other, utilizing us (Russians) for their own and seemingly senseless war (Nochnoi Dozor hails).

I gave an 8 to raise the unfair rating of 3.6 a bit. I think it deserves about 6.5, if you look at the IMO ridiculous Chronicles of Riddic (6.4), or Stargate Continuum (7.4 !), or The Matrix itself, which has a higher rating (8.7) than Stalker (8.1), Solaris (8.0) or 2001 (8.4) only because of wicked leather clothing ;-)


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