2016 "How do you stop an enemy?"
6.3| 1h49m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 09 December 2016 Released
Producted By: Legendary Pictures
Country: United States of America
Budget: 0
Revenue: 0
Official Website: https://www.netflix.com/title/80098200

A special-ops team is dispatched to fight supernatural beings that have taken over a European city.

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Linbeymusol Wonderful character development!
SunnyHello Nice effects though.
UnowPriceless hyped garbage
Dynamixor The performances transcend the film's tropes, grounding it in characters that feel more complete than this subgenre often produces.
cjescotom What starts as your any other action movie, ends with hard-core sci-fi. Nice cast, with good direction and very nice visual effects.
Michael Ledo Clyne (James Badge Dale) works for a defense contractor that manufactures a bunch of stuff including hyper spectral goggles. The US has a Delta force embedded in a civil unrest in Moldavia. During the fighting, their goggles are picking up deadly spectral looking things which is recorded. Clyne, as the expert, is flown to the war zone to investigate. This is a made for Netflix production. Emily Mortimer plays a CIA operative and Bruce Greenwood is his usual general role. As the battle against the "ghosts" becomes seemingly futile, the formula has Clyne figure out what they are at an hour 14 minutes into the film and allows a predictable and interesting ending. Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity.
mooviemasa I saw this movie with a bunch of friends last New Year's Eve. The plot is really thin and the acting is what you would expect from a B sci-fi movie. However, if you want to laugh at a bad movie with your friends, this is definitely a good movie for that (and only that) purpose. It has some horrendously bad jokes and the special effects are really goofy.
Scunner The first half of the film is fine, decent action, intriguing mystery, but once the mystery is resolved and we find out what the monsters are all that hard work just goes 'parp' in a sad little cloud of gas.Because that's what the monsters are, super-cooled, extremely diffuse gas, in a state that wouldn't last a fraction of a second in any temperature much above absolute zero. A fart could destroy these monsters and yet they're smashing up tanks. A mild toot would render them non-existent in a nanosecond and yet apparently they can only be taken out with plasma weapons.Honestly they should have just made them out of flatulence because that would have been altogether more plausible.This was a real stinker.