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Frame Rate:
24 fps
Russian 2.0  
Run Time:
103 min
IMDB Rating:
5.5 / 10 
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Directors: Denis Kryuchkov [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Nikita, a former Russian Spetsnaz operative, is hired to neutralize the large private security force at a local factory so that his shady employer can extort the business from the factory owner. But Nikita and his group of highly trained fighters get more than they bargained for when it turns out the factory is actually owned by a dangerous warlord connected to the Russian military. By the time the 'hostile takeover' is complete, Nikita reveals that he has orchestrated his own secret mission to take personal revenge on the most dangerous man in Russia.


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Like watching someone playing Tekken and Call of Duty

The dumb paper-thin plot and clumsy storytelling are just excuses for having lots of guys beating and shooting each other up. Nothing here really makes much sense. It's just like watching someone playing Tekken and Call of Duty at the same time. That's the only entertainment value you'll get from this.

Typical hero fighting all the bad guys

Predictable story line. Typical portrayals of Russian stereotypes, but enjoyable anyway.Several of the fight scenes were extremely well choreographed and superbly executed. Several of the fight scenes not so well done.I watched this on DVD and the sound and subtitles were excellent.It was worth watching one time, maybe not two times.
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