Armstrong

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"Two people with nothing in common except blood."
  • R
  • 1998
  • 1 hr 39 min
  • 3.8  (488)

Armstrong is a 1998 action-packed thriller film that features the unique story of a team of astronauts who venture to Mars, only to discover that the planet is already inhabited by a vicious and dangerous alien race. The movie stars Kimberley Kates, Frank Zagarino, and Charles Napier in the lead roles. The movie opens with a sequence of events that lead to the discovery of a message from an unknown outer space source - a message that captures the attention of the world's nations. The message turns out to be a complex mathematical formula that points to the existence of life on Mars. A team of six astronauts is assembled to embark on a mission to the red planet to investigate the message and to explore the planet for signs of life.

The team of astronauts consists of Commander Armstrong (Frank Zagarino), Lt. Helena Braddock (Kimberley Kates), Dr. John Chambers, and three specialists in various fields. Upon landing on Mars, the team loses contact with Earth immediately, and things take a dark turn as they discover the ruins of an ancient civilization. The team discovers that the Martians have been living underground for centuries and are a formidable force; they are armed with deadly weapons and possess incredible strength.

As danger looms all around, the team finds themselves fighting for survival against the alien race while also struggling to make their way back to Earth. What follows is a series of intense battles, desperate struggles, and a race against time to escape the clutches of an alien race that seeks to destroy them.

Armstrong features fantastic visual effects and a pulse-pounding storyline, which will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. The narrative unfolds slowly yet grippingly, drawing the viewer into the lives of the astronauts and their perilous journey through space. The tension builds up gradually, and the film develops an atmosphere of suspense and danger that keeps the audience engaged.

Kimberly Kates delivers a strong performance as the fiercely determined Lt. Helena Braddock, a character who displays great courage and resourcefulness in the face of danger. Frank Zagarino's portrayal of Commander Armstrong, a leader grappling with unexpected obstacles and personal loss, is also commendable.

The film's action sequences are well-executed, delivering moments of breathtaking tension that will leave audiences gasping. The battle scenes between the astronauts and the Martians are well-choreographed, and the special effects used to create the Martian landscape and vehicles are impressive.

The movie's soundtrack is another highlight, with a stirring and atmospheric score by Mark Snow that heightens the movie's sense of drama and adventure. The soundtrack includes pieces ranging from epic, orchestral tracks to haunting ambient sounds, creating a sense of space and wonder.

In summary, Armstrong is an enjoyable sci-fi thriller that combines pulse-pounding action with an engaging storyline. The movie successfully creates a sense of danger and uncertainty throughout, and the strong performances from the actors, impressive visual effects, and stirring soundtrack add to the cinematic experience. Armstrong may not have achieved widespread popularity upon its release, but it is a hidden gem for fans of space-themed action movies.

Armstrong is a 1998 action movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 39 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.8.

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  • Release Date
    1998
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 39 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    3.8  (488)