Producer: Joseph Kosinski
Cast: Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman,
Nikolay Koster-Waldau, Olga Kurylenko
After the war with the aliens on the deserted Earth, the development of the remaining minerals is underway. The main character serving the oil rigs begins to wonder about the purpose of his mission after rescuing a stranger from a shipwrecked ship.
What do we get
The film, which can easily be mistaken for a fantastic action movie as a trailer, actually turns out to be a rather deep story about human nature. After the success of “Tron: Heritage”, director Joseph Kosinski was allowed to film the adaptation of his own comic strip, and the fact that this is a very personal project is visible in every frame. In a well-thought-out world where even killer droids turned out to be full-fledged characters, a story unfolds of simple, in general, people. Although the film shamelessly draws inspiration from the movies and video games of recent years, I do not want to analyze it. Contrary to trends, Kosinski did not shoot in 3D, but landscapes and a clean futuristic design are worth seeing in IMAX. If you like beautiful and intelligent fiction, then Oblivion should not be missed.
Producer: George Danelia, Tatyana Ilyina
Cast: Nikolay Gubenko, Ivan Tsekhmistrenko, Andrey Leonov, Alexey Kolgan
Two ordinary people, after meeting with a barefoot stranger, suddenly fall on the distant planet Pluk. On Plyuka, social inequality and racism rule, and the main value is KC - ordinary matches.
What do we get
Posters of this cartoon may seem childish, but in reality it is still the same social satire disguised as a fantastic absurdity. The sequel, like the 1986 film, ridicules racism, the power of money and bureaucracy, but does it in such a veiled way that it is not always clear what is at stake. Actual details, such as the provincial protagonist, who is about to become a DJ, look more like an attempt by a well-deserved director to be young in front of the public. The plot itself is not very exciting, but if you liked the original, then a new trip to the cinema will be quite ku.
"Long happya life"
Producer: Boris Khlebnikov
Cast: Alexander Yatsenko, Anna Kotova, Vladimir Korobeinikov, Sergey Nasedkin
The young farmer Sasha is confronted with the fact: he needs to liquidate the farm, because there is a profitable buyer on the land. But most importantly, he has to make a choice: take money and go to the city or try to defend the right to work on his land with people.
What do we get
Boris Khlebnikov’s new film inherited the principle popular in Soviet cinema to show life in all its abomination, but to draw no conclusions. The hero of the picture is torn between the option to live simply and compromise with conscience or fight for what is dear to him. But the tension does not peak either there or there. The video series also maintains an even mood: long shots taken with a hand-held camera in places of dirty, sometimes beautiful rural nature are replaced by five-minute types of boiling water, apparently designed to reflect the passion in the hero's soul. If you like movies that everything is bad and there is no hope of salvation, “Happy Life” is for you.
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