The Darkest Hour (2011) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I seriously saw The Darkest Hour thinking that it may not be all that good but was I wrong. I mean I heard all the hype before the film was actually released but I do not like to rely on the hype because that is what the advertisements and marketing is there for.
This Sci-Fi movie had great actors who played their roles well. I really felt for some of the actors as they died. I also was cheering when when of them died also but that is where the fun is.
The visuals were extremely well done and complimented the films’ tone and theme. Towards the end of the film the scale of the movie really did make you you feel like this entire movie was shot in the entire Moscow.
Should you see this movie, heck yeah!
The American software designers Sean and Ben travel to Moscow to sell their software to investors. However, their Swedish partner Skyler pulls a fast one on Sean and Ben, and they are out of the business. They go to a nightclub, where they meet American Natalie and Australian Anne and they flirt with the girls and see Skyler in the club. Out of the blue, the population is surprised by lights, which they mistake for natural phenomena. But soon, they learn that the lights are aliens invading Earth and using power supply to annihilate mankind. Sean, Ben, Natalie, Anne and Skyler hide in the kitchen and when they leave the place, they seek out survivors on the street. Are they the last people on Earth?
About The Darkest Hour (2011)
Starring: Emile Hirsch, Olivia Thirlby, Max Minghella
Runtime: 89 minutes
Director: Chris Gorak