- Actores: Ozerov Yurij, Pahmutova Aleksandra, Tripolskiy Yakov, Ulyanov Mihail, Budraytis Yuozas
- Formato: PAL, Importación
- Audio: Ruso (Dolby Digital 5.1), Ruso (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Región: Todas las regiones
- Relación de aspecto: 1.33:1
- Número de discos: 2
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- Duración: 173.00 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B002X5UDWU
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The Fight for Moscow (Bitva za Moskvu) Film 2: Tajfun (2 DVD)
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22 iyunya 1941 goda v 3 chasa 30 minut fashistskaya Germaniya verolomno napala na Sovetskij Soyuz. Surovym bylo nachalo Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny. Krasnaya Armiya s zhestokimi boyami othodila vglub strany. Odnako v samye trudnye vremena sovetskij narod ne pokidala vera v pobedu. Uzhe v sorok pervom godu plan molnienosnoj vojny, razrabotannyj germanskim komandovaniem, byl perecherknut geroicheskim otporom sovetskih lyudej. "Bitva za Moskvu" film o velikom podvige sovetskogo naroda, vyderzhavshego nechelovecheskoe napryazhenie v pervyj period vojny - na peredovoj, v okruzhenii, v tylu.
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Once there, the soldiers find an old underground bunker, formally used by the Nazis. No doubt freaky experiments were done, as evidenced by the medical equipment and a pile of bodies, one of them still living. Ok, I said 'realisitic' in my title, but as with any film of this genre, there are times when you have to suspend logic. Why the bodies never rotted away isn't explained. And when our ill-fated heroes manage to fire up a WW 2 era generator with relative ease, that stretches things a bit. But it doesn't take away from the story too much. Things soon go from mundane to nightmarish as the group realizes they're facing an army of the undead, created in part by the very object the engineer is seeking.
The main flaw in this film is that it's very difficult to feel any empathy for the soldiers. The 'man', who organized the mission, is just in it for a chance to make money. The mercenaries seem to be more enthusiastic about getting the opportunity to fight and kill again. Sort of a 'bored with it all but what else are we gonna do' mentality. As their leader, Ray Stevenson delivered a fine performance as the war-weary ex-soldier who's just there to do a job and get out. Little did he know that he and his men would get more trigger time than they ever imagined...
I won't give it away, but be forewarned there is no happy ending to this one, but it did leave it wide open for a sequel, which, from what I understand, is in the planning stages now. Funny that another poster mentioned "Shock Waves". As far as the 'Nazi zombie' flicks go, "Outpost" is head and shoulders above that one. Not for the kids or squeamish, although the gore that is shown is brief and not overly graphic. If you're into zombie horror films, this one should satisfy nicely. Very unique and well filmed.
Sometimes, keeping things simple works. Outpost kept it simple and it did work, even spawning a few sequels to try and answer leftover questions.
Small group of mercs is hired to escort an intellectual to an isolated location to find 'something'. The location turns out to be an old bunker from world war 2 and the 'something' happens to be the research done in the bunker. Unfortunately, when they get there, they turn on the power and wake what remains of the former tenants of the bunker. A ton of speculation and unanswered questions regarding how the former tenants are there are raised, but not really answered.
Putting aside the unanswered "how?", the film is solid. Mercs are developed barely enough for the audience to tell them apart. Why they cannot leave is glossed over, but is enough to make sense. The enemy fairly well done for practical special effects, though you can tell they hide a lot with light and camera tricks. Main merc is likable, not the best, but at least it is a character you want to see survive.
The open ending of the film left plenty of material of opportunity for the franchise to develop sequels. Their quality is a different review entirely.
If you like what is basically a merc vs nazi zombie film, give a go. Won't be the best film you've seen, but it is certainly worth the runtime.