Far Cry

Synopsis: Jack Carver, a German ex-special forces soldier turned boatman, is hired by Valerie Cardinal, a journalist, to take her to a nearby island where her uncle Max works in a top-secret research facility, smuggling information out. However, the facility's director and evil mastermind Dr. Krieger is actually creating genetically modified super-soldiers with no intelligence, and Uncle Max and Val are taken by Krieger's mercenaries. It's now only up to Jack and his trusty handgun to save them and defeat Krieger's evil minions.
Director(s): Uwe Boll
Production: Vivendi Entertainment
95 min

Sh*t. There's an immobilizer.

Someone doesn't want us to leave.

Oh, man.

l've got a bad feeling about this.

You're not going

to believe this sh*t.

- They've got one in my truck too.

- Well, now what?

What now is,

we wait for bravo unit,

then we all walk out

of here together.

Victor! Victor! Victor!

lt's not gonna work.

Don't sweat it.

Stay sharp, fellas.

Contact, ten o'clock!

Victor! Victor! Victor!

Hold your fire!

Calm down. What's going on

out there? What's the damage?

We got hit hard.

There are no other survivors.

Okay. Continue on to base,

find Chernov

and tell her what's happened.

Get back-up. Got it?

- We got slaughtered.

- Got it!?

- Yes, sir.

- Get moving!

Hit the lights!

Position around the humvee.


Cease fire! Cease fire!

ls that it!

ls that all you've got!?


Chernov! We need help!


That was the last one, Dr. Krieger.


Absolutely outstanding.

Where are the whales, Jack?

This is a whale

watching tour, right?

Well that's funny,

because we scheduled them

to breach over our

boat exactly at 2:45 and. . .

You promised me whales,


You hear that?

You go get us some whales

or you get us our money back.

l told you, we don't guarantee

you see any whales.

You get your three hours out

like everyone else

and take your chances.

Oh, we're staying out here until

we see some whales.

You might be,

but this boat's going

to be back in the harbor...

at the three hour mark exactly.

What's that accent?

You're German, right?

Well let me tell you something

about American customer service.

We're staying out.


Can you come over here?

Can you hold on to this for a sec?

Where are you going?

Anybody want some beer?


what are you doing driving?


Hey, and watch out for those rocks.

They're pretty sharp and big.

We're alright, Jack.

Take us back.

But, George,

what about the whales?

You wanna see a damn whale,

you drive the boat

- George.

- This was your idea.

This was not my idea.

You blame everything on me.

You're the one who bought all

that picture-book stuff

with whales on it for Christmas.

You gave it to me,

but you wanted it for yourself...

You blame everything on me.

- You couldn't stop...

- You're the one who made us...

- talking about the whales.

- sign up for Greenpeace.


- Good work last night, Katia.

- Thank you, doctor.

And they were some

of your best men.

The best money can buy.


why wasn't l informed about

the maneuvers...

outside the perimeter?

Because it was part of research.

Anything that takes place

outside on this island

is a security matter

that concerns me.


l didn't want to trouble you.

l knew how you

would feel about testing.



Our subject engaged live targets.

You mean you tested him

on my men.

One unarmed,

genetically modified soldier

eliminated ten

heavy-armed men.

This is, um. . .

This is way beyond anything

the command would authorize.


they're not even your men.

They're Chernov's people.

All of those genetically

modified soldiers,

or whatever you want

to call those creatures,

were all once human.

Yes, that's right.

Now, if you would excuse me,

l have to finish my painting.


is he back in his holding pen?

Yes. The time-released tranquilizer

worked perfectly.

Good. You know, if Parker wants

to get that much involved,

why don't you have him and

his men clean up all the mess?

l'm not sure how much more

of this l can stomach.

You mean having that hard b*tch

as your boss?

You know well enough

what l mean.

Yeah, well l have my orders,

but you have a choice, Max.

Why don't you just leave?

l keep thinking l can do more

good by staying. We'll see.

Not much of a killer instinct

for a soldier.

Yeah, well maybe he'll send you

out there next time.

Don't you think

it's a little farfetched

- genetically modified soldiers?

- l've got it from a good source.


You know, it looks like something

from your sasquatch file.

Very funny.

lt's a surveillance photo taken

outside Krieger's research facility.

l don't need to tell you

how much trouble you can...

get into snooping around

military affairs, do l?

That's just the thing. All my

usual sources say there's no...

This is from another source.

Gorgeous shot of a lumber mill.

Who are these guys?


so maybe it's super covert.

That's all the more reason not

to go snooping around.

Paul, Krieger has been known

to perform genetic experiments

on humans.

Now he resurfaces on an island

secured by soldiers.

Valerie, l trust your intuition,

but l am not going to have you

follow up on this lead.

Do you understand?

Fine, l'll do it on my own time.

What time? You work

fourteen hours a day on this paper.

l'll take some vacation then

You? Vacation?

l must have a few

weeks banked, right?

Why are you so determined

to follow this lead?

Because it's too good

of a story to pass up.



l've got a personal interest.


- General.

- Doctor.

l'm assuming you've got

something interesting to show me.

See for yourself. Parker.



As you can see, General,

your money was put to good use.

Doctor, l couldn't care

about fancy facilities.

What l care about is your results.

l'm positive

that you'll be satisfied.

We'll see about that.

See for yourself.

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Michael Roesch

Michael Roesch (born April 24, 1974) is a film director, film producer and screenwriter. He collaborates on his movies with fellow filmmaker Peter Scheerer. A movie aficionado since he was a kid, Michael Roesch started shooting short 8 mm movies at age 12. While Roesch was at college, he worked as a film journalist for several newspapers and magazines. Later he started together with his writing partner Peter Scheerer a successful career as a screenwriter, and worked in various production capacities. Among their screenwriting credits are Alone in the Dark, House of the Dead II and Far Cry.In 2006 Roesch and Scheerer directed their first feature, the vampire thriller Brotherhood of Blood, starring Victoria Pratt, Sid Haig and Ken Foree. The movie had its world premiere at the prestigious Sitges Film Festival in Sitges, Spain in October 2007. In the US and Canada, Sam Raimi´s label Ghosthouse Underground acquired the movie, and released it through Lionsgate.In 2007 Roesch and Scheerer directed Alone in the Dark II, starring Rick Yune, Lance Henriksen and Danny Trejo. It is a sequel to the 2005 film Alone in the Dark. Among Roesch´s recent work as a producer is Prisoners of the Sun, directed by Academy Award winner Roger Christian and starring John Rhys-Davies and Carmen Chaplin. more…

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