Watch: Condor’s Nest 2023 123movies, Full Movie Online – A decade after the fall of Nazi Germany, an American aviator travels across South America in search of war criminals and encounters more than he bargained for..
Plot: American war veteran Will Spalding has tracked the sadistic Nazi Colonel who executed his bomber crew during WWII to a remote location in South America. But he is in for more than he bargained for when he uncovers a secret Nazi headquarters known as the Condor’s Nest.
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Fun ticket for a little escapism
Nazis! South America! Secret agents! Car chases!
Paramount Pictures has given us a fun title here in Condor’s Nest, which takes us on a journey from Europe to South America, during WW2 and into the decade beyond, in a highly-stylized revenge-thriller. We follow protagonist Will, who’s hunting nasty bad guy Colonel Bach (played brilliantly by Arnold Vosloo) and finds himself in the middle of a broader political conspiracy to revive the Nazi empire in Bolivia.
There are some flat moments – a less-than-stellar car chase sequence comes to mind – and a few bits of lag where a tighter script could’ve made the difference, but the film is dotted with so many scene-stealing performances (Jackson Rathbone’s meth-addled creepster comes to mind) and punchy beats that it’s well worth the price of admission.
Low Budget film that “could of”, but feel short.
It suceeded in not being a B movie. Probably closer to a ‘C’. A revenge film about killing Nazis.
Cast was fair. The casted leading characters were far from what one expected as heros. Saying that, one wanders how this film got so many known names to make appearances? Jacob Keohane, Corinne Britti, Arnold Visloo, Michael Ironside, Jorge Garcia, Jackson Rathbone, Bruce Davison, and James Urbaniak. Most, like Michael Iron, are simply quick appearances of older known actors, in Nazi uniforms.
Even with much if the cast underutilized, acting was good.
In this day and age of every video buff making great cgi to fool people on Facebook, this cgi lack having much (if any).
Normally, being a fan of real explosions and crashes, I’d say it would it would make this film better. It does not. Every situation where FX is needed is avoided by a “cut away/cut back”. Plane crash… cut away, cut back to a plane prop in a field of undamage grass. Or a car explosion cut back to a car in fire with doors open and no damage other than a fire. Of course this can work in movie magic, but fails here due to the horrible props. As for the props, poor is an understatement. It’s written that the crashed B-17 prop took a year to build in NC. Sad they didn’t take a week to make the field look like a crash site.
(Note: the footage and crew used in the short B17 flight sequences was the same one thst crashed in a mid-air collision in 2022.)
The filming locations were good. Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni to Argentina’s Buenos Aires, we’re background in scenes, but no attempt to take advantage of location by adding location scenery footage was made. For as little that was used, it could have been done frernscreen of allot less and monies could have been used for better action fx.
Music, though reported composed by Christof Unterberger, who has many film credits, was poor. I myself believe he just scored canned music for scenarios. Sone drama music, some action music, sone background scores. I don’t think it was actually scored to the film. Just added in post production. I doubt seriously if Christof ever saw the film he made the music for. In fact he probably just made this canned music and it was purchased to be added.
All in all, one can make it through to the end if you watch it with the expectation that its more like a 1980’s filmed for TV film. It’s kind of sad.
I think just a bit more put into FX of the action scenes, adding some scenic cinematography and actually scoring music to scenes instead of just adding background music, could have made this a much better film. Espicially with the line up of talent.
Original Language en
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director Phil Blattenberger
Writer Phil Blattenberger
Actors Arnold Vosloo, Michael Ironside, Jackson Rathbone
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