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Charles S. Dutton,
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The mercenary Royce; the military Isabelle; the Russian soldier Nikolai; the San Quentin criminal Stans; the Sierra Leone militia Mombasa; the drug lord Cuchillo; the Yakuza Hanzo; and the Doctor Edwin awake in free fall but they succeed to open their parachutes landing in a jungle. Soon they find that they are on another planet and they are prey of aliens in a deadly hunting game, and they need to join forces to destroy their predators and survive.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Hanzos final fight with the Falconer Predator is a homage to the scene in the original film where Billy challenges the Jungle Hunter to a one-on-one knife fight. Unlike the original scene however the fight is shown and Hanzo is victorious but at the cost of his own life. See more »
As Isabelle is falling in the pit, you can see the support cable that holds her up. See more »
It's clear they had a real long look at the original film and decided to keep the best pieces (the tension, the focus on group interaction, the music) but also try new things with it to attain the same feel of mystery the original was so good at.
The visuals are gorgeous, the acting solid, the writing exciting. And what I really love is the fact that there is very little use of CGI. What little there is, is convincing or subtle. Laurence Fishburn's appearance was a complete surprise to me and I loved his character. Though it reminded me a bit of Pandorum.
Like Sade said: "Never as good as the first time," but still a very well-crafted film.
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