- MaryAnn Johanson
- November 5, 2018
US soldiers assume supernatural Nazis in this deadly dirty war thriller
Nazis with supernatural weapons? You will wait a while to find out what Master is actually about as he drives his legs to reach his fantastic details, and then does not do anything at all interesting with them once he gets there.
The night before D Day D in June 1944, a small group of American soldiers (under the guidance of Jovan Adepo and Wyatt Russell) fled to hostile territory behind the beaches of Normandy on a mission to make a German radio tower prevents Allied transmissions. The import sequence, all the legendary warships that fly through the enemy light in the darkness of the night and then escape into even more dangerous ground down, are quite exciting.
But while most genre movies are getting bigger as they go, building on a huge finale, Master seems to be shrinking as it continues. War film tapes abound, although there is still no eye recognition. some of the soldiers are difficult to distinguish, they are so vague. The degree of characterization of the film is Nazi officer Wafner (Pilou Asbæk) who sexually frightens Frenchman and Token Girl Chloe (Mathilde Ollivier). They are incredibly lazy things.
Still, no one goes into a horror movie about the diligent character development, right? And yet the film fails for a fixed hour before the action moves to the secret Nazi lab that the Americans have discovered, where bad things happen. There is no reason Master to keep it away for a long time revealing what really happens except that she does not know what to do with her secrets beyond engaging with dull, rote gore and grue.
The move can be opened with frightening elegance, but by the end it has come to a horror horror platform that plays more like a true perception of a video game than a movie.
General Edition from Weds November 7th
- 1 hour 49 minutes
- Directed by: July Averi
- Mold: Wyatt Russell, Pilou Asbæk, John Magaro
Byzantine horror movie.