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Old 30th Apr 2017, 05:59 PM   #1
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Very well done !

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Have to admit they did a hell of a job. Not seen the movie though but after this i might have to check it out.

If my math is right it cost $6 Million, just shows what you can do. Does not get a good write up on IMDB though.
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Have to admit they did a hell of a job. Not seen the movie though but after this i might have to check it out.

If my math is right it cost $6 Million, just shows what you can do. Does not get a good write up on IMDB though.
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I want to check it too John ! That fire rings on the spaceship is just amazing

Also this is another Russian Sci-fi movie that I want to see !

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That's a very cool crash landing sequence. The film looks really well done.
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That's a very cool crash landing sequence. The film looks really well done.
Indeed it is well done in the CGI department, for what i see on IMDB is the characters and story that let it down.

The CGI is very impressive and up there with Hollywood stuff at a fraction of the price.
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I want to check it too John ! That fire rings on the spaceship is just amazing

Also this is another Russian Sci-fi movie that I want to see !

I will take a look as well, thanks for the link. They certainly do think differently in design which i count as a plus to all the same hollywood stuff all the time.
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They certainly do think differently in design which i count as a plus to all the same hollywood stuff all the time.
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