Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1 Film Review :
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A forceful race of outsiders assumed control Planet Earth and mankind’s at its end, living in goliath shelters subterranean. Youthful Military new kid on the block S.U.M.1 (Iwan Rheon) is sent to the surface to spare a gathering of unprotected survivors.
Despite the fact that I’m German, I once in a while watch German films. We’re semi-effective with satire, cut of life, or wrongdoing, yet some other sort is typically horrendously awful. This film affirms this hypothesis.
The motion picture includes a youthful fighter – unimaginatively named Sum1 – who is positioned in a pinnacle amidst no place to monitor the new assembled boondocks amongst progress and a dead zone. There are insidious things wandering around and the survivors have discovered asylum in dugouts underground. Nobody has ever observed those beasts, or if nothing else lived to tell the story. Neither hero nor watcher is certain they even exist, in any case, the watcher is tossed into this tragic world with no specific circumstance, so the greater part of this makes no difference to them.
Sum1 can’t rival any Hollywood creations and it’s exceptionally self-evident. It’s not the obsolete CGI or stout exchange, it’s not even the acting. (Truth be told Iwan Rheon’s acting may even be excessively useful for this content so he just happens to as clearly extraordinary.) It’s the way that this plot could have gotten away from the pen of any first year Film understudy, it’s insipid and unsurprising, tries to be unique however bombs totally. We in any event get a couple of good shots of Iwan Rheon’s butt, which is just a little solace over the long haul.