American tourists in Moscow are swept up in an alien attack.
Movie Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes®
" It's clear from early on that these characters are as indistinct and lazily rendered as the floating blobs chasing them. "
" There's literally nothing here that works: the SFX are limp, the acting is dire and director Chris Gorak seems to be fighting a losing battle with the concept of narrative logic. "
" If these dimwits represent the hope of humanity, bring on the alien overlords. "
" What's the point of going all the way to Moscow if the shots you come back with end up looking like cheap green-screen process work? "
" An alien invasion flick that evidently expects dramatic shots of a depopulated Red Square to make up for a flatlining screenplay and the absence of even a single compelling character. "
" Really, how slovenly is it to use invisible aliens? If you're going to tease us with nothing but pinwheels of light for three-quarters of the film, you'd better have one heck of a reveal up your sleeve. "
" "Darkest Hour'' doesn't have even as much character as those Discover commercials. "
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