During the height of World War II, commander Stan and a courageous group of resistance fighters are given a suicide mission to deliver a stolen Nazi submarine filled with atomic uranium. ... See full summary »
Koen De Bouw,
The Mongol Empire had grown to the largest the world had ever known. It's armies now laid siege to much of Eastern Europe. A small village fights for freedom in the frontier landscape of the Carpathian Mountains.
After a mysterious accident a young architect comes back to his senses in a very odd world. He must find out the exact laws and regulations of it as he fights for his life and keeps on looking for the exit to the real world.
No meteorites hit Earth, no terrorists put the world in danger, no atomic war was started, but something did go wrong. Contact between most towns on Earth has been severed. A small ring-like area in Eastern Europe still has electricity, and maybe even life is being reported from the Space. What military forces find outside the Ring is shocking. There are dead corpses everywhere: in stores, in cars, on roads, in hospitals and railway stations. Who or what is destroying all life on Earth? How long will the last outpost of mankind survive?
I wasn't expecting too much from this movie, however.
The good points:
Excellent action, CGI and fightscenes
Not so good:
Acting (actors disinterested and emotionless) plot and alien makeup, storyline.
The movie would have been excellent if only the actors looked scared, pissed and showed emotions when speaking.
I watch the English dubbed version and the voiced translations showed more emotions than the actors gave away.
Lasted 30 minutes longer than it should have, ended without answering any questions abruptly. Maybe the script writers didn't have an end themselves.
Lockdown would not be a reason to watch this unless you feel the need to watch every sci-fi movie ever made.
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