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An adventure of the soul. JOSEPH is a young, painfully shy writer in the waterlands of South Carolina. After robbing a rural juke joint with two lower-class buddies and joy-riding up the ... See full summary »
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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
DARPA stands for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. They are responsible for the development of new weapons and technology for the United States Military. A good portion of their work is developing technology for use by the USSOCOM, United States Special Operations Command which oversees the US Military's special forces units. Examples being the Army's 75th Rangers, Army Special Forces, Navy SEALs and Marine Corps Force Recon. See more »
At the 9:30 mark, when the C130 is approaching the airport, the plane is way too high to be able to land on the runway, unless he wants to hit the FAR end. Aircraft glide slopes shouldn't exceed 30 degrees, and this plane would almost have to fall out of the sky to land on the front 1/3 of the runway. See more »
I think you're reaching.
Our business requires us to make suppositions.
My business requires us to prove them. Your technician's job is to find glitches, so, he sees glitches. Your job is to find the enemy, so, you see the enemy. Locals believe in spirits, so they see spirits. Everyone is biased in one way or another. So, my answer to you right now is that we lack data to support any theory.
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Don't Expect Too Much ... and You Won't Be Disappointed
First, the Good: There is a lot of eye-candy - like a video game trailer. The production design, stunt-work, locations, visual FX (CG AND miniatures), score, and camera work are all very, very respectable - as good if not better than some more "mainstream" movies I've seen. The soldiers (for a change) look like they've actually handled a weapon before (although some of the tactics are kind of silly). The acting is decent -i.e. bland yet not so bad that it's distracting.
The Not-So-Good: The writing is borderline unforgivably bad - with more than a few parts ripped right out of other movies. I felt like I was getting hit with a cliché' club through most of it - and caught myself laughing out loud at how ridiculously BAD some of the dialog exchanges were. There IS one inkling of an original idea here (the genesis of the baddies) but that's about it. Everything else has been done before ... and probably too many times. The Deus Ex Machina factor plus the MacGuyver-esque solutions were really hard to stomach.
Overall, if you're bored and want to shut your brain down for 110 minutes, it's worth watching ... if only for the FX
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