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Blackmark (2018)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 7 August 2018 (USA)
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In 1963, military industrialist Arthur Blackmark and a Soviet commander must race against the clock to stop an international nuclear incident which threatens to fire up the Cold War and end the world.


A.J. Martinson


A.J. Martinson (as Aj Martinson III)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kaiwi Lyman ... Timothy Daniels
Jeff Hatch ... Arthur Blackmark
Corey MacIntosh ... Alexi Popolovski
Timothy Oman ... William Albercht
Eliot Eliot ... Advisor Scathe
John Henry Richardson ... Gerald Hillcrest
Jon Briddell ... Agent Larson
Lana Gautier ... Anya Popolovski - Adult
Dave Parke ... Bruntoshkow Molotwoski
Brad Potts ... Advisor Hiller
Mike Firek ... Advisor Wilten
Danny Hansen ... Advisor Marshall
Keenan Johnston ... John McCone
David Light David Light ... Anatoly Dobrynin
Brenna Piller ... Anya Popolovski


An unkown entity has hacked into a Soviet missile and aimed it at the United States. With just minutes before Mutually Assured Destruction, an American military industrialist and a Soviet nuclear commander race against the clock to prevent a nation from nuclear annihilation. Unbeknownst to them his threat is just the beginning of an even bigger crisis - one that will change the course of history forever. "Blackmark" is the first feature length film to tackle the Cold War from the perspective of the military industrial complex. The film is an origin story, showing the massive power and influence these companies have had over the course of modern history. It's a genre-defying, high-tension thriller in the vein of Michael Mann and Neal Stephenson, steeped in the paranoia and fear of global politics, reminiscent of classic thrillers "Seven Days in May" and "The Hunt for Red October."

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7 August 2018 (USA) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Not A Masterpiece, But Well Made And Entertaining
14 August 2018 | by platinmmanSee all my reviews

Don't believe the harsh reviews from people writing reviews in their mother's basements. This is a good, solid, well-crafted movie that's entertaining. To me, a movie is good and entertaining when I'm not wondering how much longer before it's over. Blackmark is like walking out of a fog - it starts a bit slow and is a little confusing, but as it goes along it builds momentum so by the end you're right there and caught up in the drama. And, like coming out of a fog, you see things clearer and clearer as the movie progresses. What makes that interesting is you want to watch it again - and it actually plays better the second time because you now understand and have context for the whole story. Most importantly, it's just as entertaining the second time around.

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