Civil Unrest in the European country of Moldova has US forces engaging the insurgents however there is a new threat who has decided both are their enemy. This new threat resides in an alternative spectrum that makes them invisible to the naked eye and instant death to anyone confronting them. Locals believe they are Spirits of War but others believe they are superior arms technology fabricated by the Moldova government..Written by
Originally produced by Universal Pictures for a theatrical release, who decided to offload it instead. It was subsequently acquired by Netflix. See more »
When the general briefs Mark Clyne at the beginning at the film, he mentions that insurgents are in the north near the border with Russia. Moldova has no borders with Russia, it borders Ukraine in the north. See more »
If I were 30 or 40 years younger I'd likely rate this movie higher. But I'm not, so I can't...or won't.
The FX, both visual and sound, are very well done and my hat's off to those teams. Score: A The acting is decent and mostly believable. Score: B- But those plot holes are large enough to sail a modern-day cruise ship through. So I'd have to score the script a solid F.
Summary: this won't be the worst film you've ever seen and if watched with a thumpin' sound system (a big woofer is required)you'll likely get a little pumped in spots. But don't be surprised if you look at your buddies and do a few eye rolls.
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