Mine

2016

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Thriller / War

194
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 17% · 30 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 45% · 1K ratings
IMDb Rating 5.8/10 10 21513 21.5K

Top cast

Armie Hammer as Mike
Tom Cullen as Tommy Madison
Juliet Aubrey as Mike's Mother
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
776.24 MB
1280*544
English 2.0
NR
24 fps
1 hr 46 min
Seeds 6
1.61 GB
1920*816
English 2.0
NR
24 fps
1 hr 46 min
Seeds 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by brunovanael 6 / 10

Good, but not mindblowing

A good idea, and pretty exciting for a movie that has one location for the main part. A bit like the movie buried. I like these kind of films that have this sense of hopelessness. Didn't care a lot about the ending though. That was a bit too melodramatic and all over the place for my taste.

Reviewed by slayer0174 7 / 10

Very Solid Movie

I won't lie, the start of the movie was pretty dull and slow and a little over the top with the military theme. But once it gets to the actual conflict of the movie; two thumbs up!

I really liked the physiological aspect and what the main character is wrestling with in his own mind. Very human and that was the best part of the movie.

Armie Hammer is a talented actor with his brooding persona. It was a little much at first but he pulled it together incredibly well for the rest of the movie.

Glad I found it. Go check it out!

Reviewed by Prismark10 3 / 10

A walk to the far side

A bottle movie although the confined space here is really the desert. It does not help that Mine stars, failed leading man Armie Hammer who despite his best efforts has never risen above giving a passable performance in his film career so far.

Hammer plays a US marine sniper Mike who after a failed assassination mission sees his colleague Tommy blown up by a landmine and he then steps on one.

The film is really Mike standing still for several days, afraid to take a further step, semi hallucinating and having flashbacks of his life as he tries to reach his radio and call for help.

A Berber nomad visits him and tells Mike to move on, the nomad's daughter sometime turns up to give him some water.

It is left to Hammer to carry the film but he does not have the skill or script. It does not help that we have no idea where in North Africa this film is located on. We can guess that the Berber is an almost mystical figure, is he telling Mike to physically or mentally move.

We get flashbacks of Mike's abusive household, his tumultuous love affair, his camaraderie with Tommy. It is all a rather clichéd but it does have an emotional ending.

I did wonder why actor Tom Cullen who played Tommy sounded Australian. Of course it would also be impossible for Mike to stand on the trigger for so long without moving his foot and this is not how landmines work.

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