Hunter Killer (2018)

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Hunter Killer (2018)

Action | Thriller
6.1 / 10
Release Date
19 October 2018
2 : 2 minutes
Spoken Language
An untested American submarine captain teams with U.S. Navy Seals to rescue the Russian president, who has been kidnapped by a rogue general.

Cast Overview :

CJCS Charles Donnegan
by: Gary Oldman
Capt. Joe Glass
by: Gerard Butler
RA John Fisk
by: Common
Matt Johnstone
by: Ryan McPartlin
Jane Norquist
by: Linda Cardellini
Captain Sergi Andropoyov
by: Michael Nyqvist
Devin Hall
by: Michael Trucco
United States President Dover
by: Caroline Goodall
Paul Martinelli
by: Zane Holtz
Lieutenant Beaman
by: Toby Stephens
Chief USS Omaha
by: David Gyasi
U.S. Navy SEAL
by: Gabriel Chavarria
Executive Officer Brian Edwards
by: Carter MacIntyre
by: Taylor John Smith
Senator From Illinois
by: Henry Goodman
Senator From Iowa
by: Colin Stinton
TMC Turner
by: Shane Taylor
by: Will Attenborough
by: Christopher Goh
by: Sarah Middleton
Admiral Dmitri Durov
by: Mikhail Gorevoy
Captain Forbes
by: Adam James

Member Reviews :

__So much potential, but still a disappointment__ If you have nothing else to do and need to fill some time, this is an okay respite. But, don't expect anything more than a *standard military action movie* with cliched dialogue, unreasonable scenarios, and mediocre acting. This movie could have been decent, if the producers and script-writers had only spent some time researching facts about how the military and special forces work IRL. Instead, they decided to throw reality to the wind and use fantasy & make-believe to create contrived conveniences to support a predictable storyline. I don't mind when a movie asks me to suspend belief a little. But, this one asks us to leave all rational thinking at the door. It's __just__ interesting enough that you'll stay with it, mostly because you think it might get better. __Sadly, it doesn't__.