BATTLE DRONE (Video Release USA 2018)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 2.9|5.0 Starsìì

Battle Drone
 has potential to be a good movie, but the script requires an overhaul and Director Mitch Gould needs to pull better effect from his actors/actresses while working on realism that captures audience emotion. The audience needs to feel the tension of the moment, to feel threatened, horrified, afraid, attacked. The film Hostage has the elements this movie misses and establishes professionally orchestrated scenes that provide backstory and lead to climatic moments that leave the audience breathless. This film, unfortunately, fails to capture the moments that make a movie great.

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Droids attack mercenary warriors.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Mitch Gould for directing effort. and to Executive Producers Robert Benvie, James T. Bruce IV, Arianne Fraser, Suraj Gohill, Phillip B. Goldfine, Mickey Gooch, Michael Hamilton-Wright, Cristopher Rush Harrington, and Glen Reynolds for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast: Alexandra Hayes (Dominique Swain), Valkyrie (Natassia Malthe), Karl Kess (Michael Peré), Vincent Rekker (Louis Mandylor), Dax (Jason Earles), Grigori Romanov (Oleg Taktarov), Shiro (Dan Southworth), Kyle Blackwood (Richard Alan Reid), Agent Barnes (Steve Pound), and Agent Smith (Jo Marr).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

No. Better action choices are: San Andreas or No Country for Old Men. If one is specifically looking for robot/droid versus humanoid, the Terminator series dominates this story theme. The classic robot/alien/humanoid story, a super watch, is 1951 The Day the Earth Stood Still.

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