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Monsters of Man 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p

Monsters of Man 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p
BDRemux / BDRip
Country: Australia
Time: 131 min
IMDB: 5.4
Director: Mark Toia
Actors: Neal McDonough, Brett Tutor, Jose Rosete, David Haverty, Paul Haapaniemi, Ryan Hough, Ly Ty, Ma Rynet, Kayli Tran, Jessica Blackmore, Jordy Tulleners, Tatjana Marjanovic, Conrad K. Pratt, David Samartin, Trong Kam, Taylor Leigh Edwards, Michael Goldman.

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Monsters of Man 4K 2020 Ultra HD 2160p
In the remote jungles of Cambodia, the CIA conducts unauthorized tests of artificially intelligent combat robots created by a private company. Shooting a gang of armed drug dealers, the androids also destroy the inhabitants of the forest village, which is unwittingly witnessed by a former marine living there and a group of American medical students participating in a volunteer program. They manage to escape into the jungle almost without loss, but the CIA does not need witnesses.

Review 4K Movie

Australian cinema of the last decade, be it horror or action, has 2 characteristics - a relatively small budget and many times exceeded expectations.

The Terminator disappeared, died or did not appear, but Skynet was created in our world. 4 combat robots with potential AI are being field tested in the Cambodian jungle. The goal is to destroy a group of drug dealers. Military executives develop future contracts, calculate future profits. The creator programmers track bugs and test features. Drug dealers and bystanders ... die. Everything as usual. Only accidents are not programmed, and a mechanical failure triggers the development of AI, which, in turn, leads to attempts at self-identification. And who knows how much a combat robot can self-identify when it gains access to a medical student's tablet and the global network?

The film is full of small surprises. No, he's actually one big surprise that unfolds after the end credits. The budget is meager - and nf always requires decent design - but the drama and acting are impressive. I'm not kidding - in the first half of the film, most of the characters are quite genuinely annoying. Typical images of heroes, villains and especially victims are somehow gradually colored in semitones, revealing vivid psychological portraits. Separately, the scenes are empty, be it the threats of drug dealers or the traffic of students, but in fact it turns out that you are sitting staring at the screen, returning to your childhood in the era of unforgettable video salons. Dialogues out of context are again mundane and banal, but the context - the cries of birds and the buzzing of flies, the green of whispering leaves and blood spilling out of the wound in jerks - so the context gives banal words an almost sacramental meaning. Silence here means more loud words, facial expressions tell their intuitive story. In the frames of faces, the meaning of life is revealed, in the soft lapping of the river - almost a revelation. Do not try to catch the climax, it is different for everyone, and the overall picture will be highlighted only at the end.

It is a rare case when a movie is liked not because of, but in spite of its heroes. Programmers are indifferent mercantile cynics, students for the most part are whiners and dummies, villains are almost abstract personifications of faceless power and power. There is no one to sympathize with, no one to worry about. And nevertheless ... instant impulses of the highest frankness, unexpected, and therefore especially valuable ... short scenes that shine through a person through and through ... And suddenly it turns out that this passing hero, cowardly, empty and narrow-minded, who should have died half a dozen times, is important and close ... This happens with Australian cinema.

In the piggy bank of personal "ideal" scenes. The robot found it. The robot goes to kill. He's tired, he's worn out, he doesn't want to run anymore. Friends left, retreated, they are not around, and suddenly it turns out that he, cocky and brave, alone with himself is a coward, and no longer wants to fight. And death by one's own hand seems much more attractive than the measured step of an approaching robot. The weapon is cocked, he is ready to take the last step. Loneliness crushes, frightens more than an external threat. And then the voice of a friend is heard. The invisible wall of alienation is almost visibly scattered, he is not alone, he can still fight.

The original title of the film is both pretentious and honest, the translation is one-sided and subjective. Whether these monsters were human creations or whether we are talking about human monsters, everyone decides for himself.


movie BDRemux Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265 (50.0 Mb/s)
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 16-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1

English SDH, Dutch.


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