Sputnik (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Drama | Horror
Resolution:
1920*800
Size:
2.09G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
Russian 5.1  
Run Time:
113 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Egor Abramenko [Director] ,


Movie Description:
At the height of the Cold War, a Soviet spacecraft crash lands after a mission gone awry, leaving the commander as its only survivor. After a renowned Russian psychologist is brought in to evaluate the commander's mental state, it becomes clear that something dangerous may have come back to Earth with him.

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Reviews

A little Sci-Fi gem

Well, what do we have here? Could this be one of those films that have stopped coming from big studios a long time ago? Could this be a decent, well-made and thought provoking story in an interesting setting with great visuals and acting? In 2020?

Well, yes! Leave it to the Russians to bring some loving Sci-Fi back. Set in an intriguingly nostalgic feeling USSR of the 80s, "Sputnik" is a slow-paced, but increasingly intense story that manages to make you think a bit. The characters are nuanced, the plot is adequate, the cinematography very nice to excellent, and even the CGI is better than many films with way higher budgets.

If you don't try to project any "Western" expectations onto it and maybe even understand the "Russian soul" a bit, you will definitely enjoy this.

Thriller with a closing twist

Frankly, I don't like subtitles movies. I usually don't watch them because I find it difficult to watch both the visuals of the movie while concentrating on reading the subtitles. After the opening scenes I didn't care, I was already too interested in watching the plot unfold.

If this movie was filmed in English, or with Hollywood actors, I can't see it being any better. Director, Egor Abramenko and whoever cast this group of actors chose the best cast for the job, and they were exceptional in my opinion.

Some may say this is just another rip-off from previously made Hollywood blockbuster films. But isn't that true for almost all films? All directors and producers attempt to achieve the same success all horror and sci-fi films strive for? The plot is unlike others in how this movie unfolds, and continues to tease and taunt you for 110 minutes. The last 3 are just as important however, and they help us conclude the story.

So, not only does the movie ebb and flow very well, it also teases you with a sub-plot that waits until the last few moments to reveal itself.

Well worth the 113 minutes!

If you like Sci-Fi. You'll like this.

I had a friend a long time ago who when we sat down to watch a movie together, if I attempted to name an actor, would silence me saying, "suspend your disbelief and just enjoy the movie for what it is". It's easy to make comparisons with the familiar. It's a lot harder to judge something unfamiliar on its own merit. I'm not Russian, neither do I speak the language so I was grateful for the steady paced subtitles to guide me through the plot. If you need to measure this movie against others of similar ilk. You are probably going to be disappointed? On the other hand. If like me you are prepared to leave your ego and bias at the door. You might notice what a little gem this movie is. Go Russia. Make some more.
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