Nightwatch movie review, Timour Bekmambetov, Konstantin Khabensky, Vladimir Menshov, Maria Poroshina, Galina Tyunina, Mariya Poroshina. Review by Rob Blackwelder ©SPLICEDwire
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"Nightwatch"
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115 minutes | Rated: R
LIMITED: Friday, July 29, 2005
Directed by Timour Bekmambetov

Starring Konstantin Khabensky, Vladimir Menshov, Maria Poroshina, Galina Tyunina, Mariya Poroshina, Victor Verzhbitsky, Dima Martynov, Gosha Kutsenko, Aleksei Chadov, Zhanna Friske, Ilya Lagutenko, Rimma Markova, Mariya Mironova, Aleksei Maklakov, Dmitri Martynov, Aleksandr Samoljlenko, Anna Slyusaryova



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IN THE MEANTIME...

Here's the scoop:

Set in contemporary Moscow, NIGHT WATCH revolves around the conflict and balance maintained between the forces of light and darkness -- the result of a medieval truce between the opposing sides. As night falls, the dark forces battle the super-human "Others" of the Night Watch, whose mission is to patrol and protect. But there is constant fear that an ancient prophecy will come true: that a powerful "Other" will rise up, be tempted by one of the sides, and tip the balance plunging the world into a renewed war between the dark and light, the results of which would be catastrophic.

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