4k movie with Dolby Atmos of Hunter Killer 2018. The US nuclear submarine ÂHunter Killer, together with the division of the US Navy, is entering into an extremely risky military adventure to save the world from a catastrophe. When time is running out and every minute counts, the elite team will have to do the impossible to prevent a global conflict.
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Hunter Killer – another Hollywood blockbuster, who even before his release managed to be noted at the highest level. The day before the initial premiere, the picture was removed from the rental because of alleged problems with the rolling license. Of course, the broad masses took the information at face value, but cunning film fans and experts were well aware that the American film was removed only for one reason – to clear the way for domestic ala folk patriotic films, such as the Indestructible and the Crimean Bridge. Made with love. But, as it turned out, all in vain. The viewer did not accept the pseudo-folk order, but the Ministry of Culture, by canceling the planned blockbuster, did free advertising on the picture. Now many of the principle are ready to go to the cinema in order to see with their own eyes a film that Comrade Medinsky strongly did not recommend for viewing.
The director of the film ÂHunter Killer was made by Donovan Marsh, who was practically unknown to the domestic audience, who was once noted by only two Melodramas ÂBoy and ÂBoy 2 about the growing up of a hulip kid. After two rather simple teenage films, the director took up a large and even truly adult story.
In the story, the American submarine Hunter Killer was involved in an intergovernmental scandal. On the territory of Russia is a coup. The Minister of Defense takes power into his own hands, and handcuffs the president. The whole world is preparing for war, but the US government comes up with a brilliant idea: in order to resolve the conflict and return the legitimate president to the scene, a decision is made about a large-scale operation to rescue the Russian commander in chief. The ground operation is handled by a small group of mercenaries, and the submarine must provide the escape route, which must go through all sorts of obstacles and get as close as possible to the shores of the enemy state.
I want to warn you that the whole batch with all the special effects and spectacular war of epic proportions will begin only after an hour of plot narration, so you should be patient and try to endure all the wildest nonsense and nonsense that will occur before a large enemy clash.
Usually, when you watch American films, in which their gallant military men interfere in the conflicts of other countries, everything is usually perceived, calmly and even seriously. But when it comes to your own country, it is very difficult to restrain laughter, because everything that happens is beyond the comprehension of the Russian audience. Concrete crap and props in almost every scene cause either a smile or a wild indignation, since the events shown are completely unrelated to reality.
The military, the base itself, the presidential guards, their dialogues, and even the president himself look like a bunch of simple-scale courtyards. It is very difficult to imagine something similar in real life, and even if it is presented, it certainly does not apply to Russia. The whole scope of the coup d’?tat fits within the framework of just one base. You will see nothing else. No Kremlin, officials, riots in the capital, and so on. The feeling was that the military base was the whole of Russia.
The insane Minister of Defense, for some completely incomprehensible reason, goes against the current government and begins to create some kind of inadequate madness. By the way, the antagonist himself personally didnÂt particularly like me. Mikhail Gorevoy, who played the role of the Minister, did not personally impressed me. You do not have any feelings for the antagonist at all, as if he is not there, as such. There is some dude in a cap who stirs something up, but itÂs not clear what. Unfortunately, not a single hero in this whole story has been disclosed properly.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Two-disc set (1 BD-66, 1 BD-50)
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