Landmine Goes Click (2015) is a English,Georgian,Russian movie. Levan Bakhia has directed this movie. Sterling Knight,Spencer Locke,Kote Tolordava,Dean Geyer are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Landmine Goes Click (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Crime,Drama,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Three American tourists are crossing a desolated landscape of European Georgia. One of them steps on an armed landmine. But that seems to be a minor threat compared to the nightmarish happenings that the afternoon will bring on. A psychopath takes advantage of the tourist's immobility and brutally abuses and assaults the woman he loves.
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Well I must admit to expecting not a lot from this movie however it turned out to be pretty good overall. A couple of small niggles here and there but what movie doesn't have them? On with the review! Okay so the movie starts off as pretty much standard stuff, nothing really being given away and it ticks along at quite a sedate pace right up to the actual landmine makes it's appearance. Then the movie immediately grabbed my interest and kept it right up to the very well performed ending. The movie does a great job of keeping the viewers on their toes due in most part to the changing pace, location and fully committed characters. **Possible spoiler alert here** I think the only real disappointment was that one of the main characters disappears from the movie and never returns throughout. Not unexplained just a little too convenient The final scene of the movie makes the whole thing worth watching regardless of how you felt about the rest of it. Personally I found it enjoyable
I read all the reviews on here and thought, yeah, another stitch-up job where all the friends on production get together and post fake reviews. But I gave it a shot anyway and, guess what, this delivers and my assumption about fake reviews were blown out of the water. The movie maker, Levan Bakhla, is obviously inspired by the other great movie maker Michael Haneke and it reminded me of Funny Games, one of my favourite movies. Yes, the story can be improbable at times but that doesn't detract from the suspenseful way the director carries you along. It's not your usual revenge movie where the baddie gets his comeuppance, but it comes pretty close to it...with interest. I was totally held by the whole thing, especially in the last thirty minutes.Sterling Knight does a good acting job as Chris and is quite scary. Its ending will have you discussing with friends the outcome. All I can say is, well done, Levan Bakhla. You sure know how to direct a good movie.
I am extremely amazed by the apparent positive reviews this film has received on IMDb. I am also amazed that it (at the time of writing) has 6.4 stars! This film is nowhere worthy of either and I highly suspect there is some shenanigans involved somewhere. Anyway, based on the description of the film, and the reviews on here I thought it could be worth watching. Something out of the ordinary and possibly interesting. Unfortunately this was not to be. The acting is OK - nothing special and certainly no outstanding performances. The story is unnecessarily protracted and filled with useless and tedious dialogue - obviously to give enough material to make the time in the editing room. The story is very predictable and hardy shifts in either location or interest. This film may have had some merit if it were a LOT shorter - certainly no longer than 30 minutes. As it is - I would give it a miss if I were you.
Wasn't sure if this one was good or bad cos some of the reviews hid the fact they were crew blowing smoke up our a.rses, so I gave this a watch and it was soon dreadfully apparent it was a stitch up amateur garbage film trying to trick people into watching it. Just because you CAN complete a feature length film with lights camera and sound doesn't mean you SHOULD do it. You have to have something to say and this movie had nothing to say. Just some kids who's parents bought them a couple of canon 5Ds, editing software and a drone for Christmas. The key is to have a good idea and the idea for this movie is tenuously slight, and that slight idea is stretch so thin it collapses. It didn't have to. with good writing, direction and acting it could have been something, maybe, maybe those things could have made a tense story out of this but we end up with an annoying insulting waste of time. More media clutter to get in the way of anything really insightful or entertaining.
Landmine Goes Click is an emotionally brutal experience. The monstrous darkness of the human soul is on full display. But for all of that it is a powerful story, and one you should see, if you have the stomach for it. The setup for Landmine Goes Click is simple: Daniel and Alicia are engaged to be married and they're spending the last days of the their engagement hiking in the mountains of Georgia (the country, not the state) with their best friend Chris. But their vacation turns into a nightmare when Chris steps on a landmine. They're miles from nowhere and he can't move even a fraction of an inch for fear that the mine will explode. Daniel heads back to civilization leaving Alicia and Chris alone. Alicia tries to dig a trench that might allow Chris to jump to safety, but after several hours, she's exhausted and not very far along. Then a local Georgian man named Iliya who had been hiking in the mountains shows up, and Chris and Alicia beg him to help them. At first the man seems nice enough. Yes, of course he'll help. Yes, of course he'll do what they ask. Except it's only fair that he receive something for his troubles, no? And so he begins to play a sadistic and gut wrenching "game" with Chris and Alicia. I won't go into too much detail regarding that here, but suffice it to say that Landmine Goes Click should come with a huge trigger warning. There's nothing gratuitous or exploitative about this sadism. It is nothing more than raw human cruelty taken to its worst extreme. And it's somehow made worse by the fact that Iliya isn't a cackling psychopath. There's an earnestness in his cruelty that makes it difficult to process. This isn't a monster. This is something worse. After he's had his fun, and the landmine has been dealt with, Iliya leaves Chris and Alicia behind, and the story jumps forward in time. Now we see Ilyia at home. He has a wife and a daughter. He tends bees. It's hard to reconcile this man with the sadist we've just seen ruin two lives. His life is fairly normal, his family seems happy. And he doesn't hear when the friendly American traveler comes to the door asking for directions. Of course it's Chris. And of course, he's out for revenge. Now the tables have turned completely. It's not just that Chris is now taking control from Iliya. It's that we see him as the monster now, and Iliya as the all too human victim. This is the gut punch message of Landmine Goes Click: normal people, "good" people even, are capable of terrible things. We are all equally prone to cruelty and compassion. The craft on display in Landmine Goes Click is incredible. The actors play their parts with gut-wrenching depth, particularly Kote Tolordava's horrifyingly human depiction of Iliya. The script brings an incredible amount of tension to of a story that essentially takes place in two locations, and the cinematography is confident without being too showy. Landmine Goes Click could have easily devolved into a gory exploitation flick, or a triumphant revenge story, but wisely shuns both of these paths. No one wins in this struggle. There is no hero to ride off into the sunset. This is a story of the hidden blackness in every human heart. It hurts to watch. But it should not be ignored. For more reviews like this go to HumanEchoes.com