Alien Invasion: S.U.M.1 (2017) Watch Online Free
Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director: Christian Pasquariello
Writers: Christian Pasquariello, Gabrielle Pfeiffer
Stars: Iwan Rheon, André Hennicke, Rainer Werner
An aggressive race of aliens took over Planet Earth and humanity’s at its end, living in giant bunkers below ground. Young Military rookie S.U.M.1 (Iwan Rheon) is sent to the surface to save a group of unprotected survivors.
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I am very much fond of Ridley scott’s Alien and also james cameron’s Aliens. But now i really hate these alien ideas as there are many real bad films have been made on Alien. This movie is the latest addition to this. The story is not too bad but the acting as well as the alien scenes are horribly maintained. No real drama or excitement in it. Rather you will find it boring just about 30 minutes after the start. Same old concepts of Alien invasion in the earth with those nasty Alien killing projects.
I suggest better to avoid the movie. It has no new joy or excitement to offer you. Alien fans will be disappoint if they watch this.
Even though I’m German, I rarely watch German movies. We’re semi- successful with comedy, slice of life, or crime, but any other genre is usually painfully bad. This movie confirms this theory.
The movie features a young soldier – unoriginally named Sum1 – who is stationed in a tower in the middle of nowhere to guard the new built frontier between civilization and no man’s land. There are evil things roaming around and the survivors have found refuge in bunkers underground. No one has ever seen those monsters, or at least lived to tell the tale. Neither protagonist nor viewer is sure they even exist, however, the viewer is thrown into this dystopian world without any context, so all of this means nothing to them.
Sum1 can’t compete with any Hollywood productions and it’s very obvious. It’s not the outdated CGI or plump dialogue, it’s not even the acting. (In fact Iwan Rheon’s acting might even be a little too good for this script so he just comes of as overtly intense.) It’s the fact that this plot could have escaped the pen of any first year Film student, it’s bland and predictable, tries to be original but fails completely. We at least get a few good shots of Iwan Rheon’s butt, which is only a small comfort in the long run.