This was hilarious.
A mockumentary about a film crew trying to make a documentary at Loch Ness about the mythical monster.
It starts slow, but it picks up and gets great.
Not the best mockumentary around, but after all a great watch.
A story about a man haunted by his past and lives his days with sadness, sorrow and guilt.
He did kill Hitler and the Bigfoot, as the titles spoils, but despite the two events appear in film, they came as secondary plots to serve and explain why this main character act the way he does and feels the way he feels.
In the end, it's a beautiful and emotional story.
I was glued to the screen the entire filme.
Such an amazing performance by the actors, great character development, great story, great writing and great cinematography.
Got me very emotional a couple times I admit.
This is what cinema is all about, loved it!
This movie starts really strong and it establish characters and motivations very well.
I was not expecting the dark paths that the storyline take, but I was pleasantly surprised with it.
Full of twists that got me by surprise, this film has really shocking moments that left me open mouthed.
Loved this one.
Why does this movie is called Sputnik? It has nothing to do with that!!
This is a russian slow sci-fi horror/thriller and it promised alot. unfortunately felt really short in my expectations.
The plot was unoriginal (i'm looking at you Alien) and it became boring midway through the film.
At least, the CGI was decent and served it's purpose.
The end should've been 10 minutes short because the son storyline felt completely unnecessary.
This is proof that, in movies, execution is way more important than the concept.
Host is a simple movie with a simple concept. Nonetheless, is really scary because it was executed very well.
The actors were great and believable, although some character decisions were a bit questionable to say the least.
The runtime is lower than your average film (56 minutes), but it's for the best in this type of film (on screen).
If you like spooks, watch this one, highly recomended!