Dark Planet (2009)

TV-PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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A space traveler from the Earth of the 22th century - without wars, poverty and oppression - crashes on an unknown planet. Politically and economically that planet similar to the totalitarian human states of the 20th century.


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4 January 2009 | armands_skutelis
7
| Vivid and with some sparks of intelligence.
Bondarchuk's last motion picture "The Inhabited Island" is very colorful and vivid piece of film. Visual material is stunning, top notch. Characters and environment are interesting and story too, for me as a die hard sci-fi fan seemed great. Yes, the main character is blond... So what? He comes from the Earth that lives in the golden age, having defeated all the illnesses and wars. People there are beautiful and they are smiling as it can be seen in the movie. On the contrary, on Saraksh people do not understand why he is smiling because there they are stricken with diseases and constant wars, radiation levels etc. Film suffers a bit from cheesiness in the end, some already seen things in other movies but it still has some good qualities. The scenes with Guards and their song are stunning.

Great visuals, great environment but still it lacks top notch acting and some things have already been seen.

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Release Date:

1 January 2009

Language

Russian


Country of Origin

Russia

Filming Locations

Crimea, Ukraine

Box Office

Budget:

$29,500,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$23,772,559

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