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I do not understand the negative waves in the comments.
This, of course, is not a mixture of the "Expendables" and "Team A" (it's impossible to understand everything - after reading the description, they decided what it will be?).
This is an ordinary, quite good and quite watchable category B.
Actors play well, no negative emotions their game does not cause. Characters are simple and so are good. Humor quality, in the style of such fighters.
Good. Then twenty.
The shootings are well organized (and there are many of them), especially in the performance of Luis Mendilor (brother of Costas Mendilor, who played the main villain in 4-7 "Saw"). His character is charismatic, steep and mows under Max Payne and turns out he's not bad.
And there is Grisha, who was played by Oleg Taktarov. Also a cool character. Well, a little Michael Pare flashed.
Fights are worked out and filmed best. It is visible zakos under "Sherlock Holmes" Guy Ritchie - capture of a scene in one frame with approximations and distances. Well done, we can see that we tried.
Graphics are also on the level, given the budget of 3.500.000 $. Robots are made well, considering that many scenes with them are taken from close range and the graphics are not soapy. Explosions are few, but they are also on the level. Well, little things like shell cases and bullet traces, too, is, so this is not the level of Asylum, which was written about.
Also worth mentioning is a good camerawork, beautiful scenery and locations of Pripyat and a good musical accompaniment, especially a song that plays at the beginning and end.
The result - the film "The Maximum Impact" of Nevsky stood at 3.500.000 $ and it can not be watched for it is a rare trash with really bad graphics, disgusting action and characters that evoke hatred. The film "Hunted" has hardened 3.500.000 $ and it is suitable for one-time viewing and leaves behind positive emotions and good impressions (I personally left it). There is nothing super-cool in it, everything is simple but tasteful. And the fact that there is - done with diligence and love of the genre. So if you do not ike films of this genre - don't look. Because the film is not worth the negative, which is spilled on it.
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