Luke Bracey

Dog’s Movie House: “Interceptor” Interesting, If Flawed, Netflix Original!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at Netflix’s latest original film, a thriller called “Interceptor.” There’s a lull in the cinematic storm between the current juggernaut “Top Gun: Maverick” and next week’s new blockbuster, “Jurassic World: Dominion.” So we go for the streaming giant this week with a tale about a sea rig missile base called an “Interceptor” base. This base, we are told, is one of two the U.S. has to shoot down enemy nuclear missiles. Enter a female captain with a past who is forced to fight to keep a group of terrorists from taking control of the platform in order to start World War III. In interesting premise is marred somewhat by spotty acting, some less-than-stellar special effects, and some holes in the script. That said, the movie is engaging enough to keep your attention for most of its less than two hour run time.

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