Let’s bust some bad guys.
The movie is an action thriller film, revolves around an FBI agent who goes undercover to get some leads of illegally imported radioactive material which may be used in explosions.
The movie Imperium is a 2016 American thriller film, written and directed by Daniel Ragussis and the storied by Michael German. The star cast of the movie includes Daniel Radcliffe, Toni Collette, Tracy Letts, Nestor Carbonell and Sam Trammell. The movie has been premiered by Lionsgate pictures on August 9, 2016, as a limited release and through video on demand only. Simon Taufique, an award winning New York based film composer has produced this work of thriller. The music of the movie is composed and directed by music artist Will Bates.
Chief character of the movie is Nate Foster (Radcliffe) is an FBI agent, who goes undercover to unearth some leads on illegally imported Caesium-137, which a radioactive substance may be used for explosive purposes. He is there to find the connections of this hazardous substance with active white-supremacist groups. Then he meets Agent Zamparo’s , an insider, along with him, Nate got involved with many active groups. He accommodated with the culture and the aura and ultimately draws out the connections of some inter-group fanatics with a possible impending bomb blast.
On July 30, 2015 Daniel Ragussis announced that he is going to do a directorial debut with Daniel Radcliffe as a chief character who will bust bomb blast plan of some supremacists, in the movie. On October 8, 2015, other star cast joined the movie. Filming of the movie took place in Richmond, Virginia and the nearby city of Hopewell in September 2015. On September 22, 2015, first images of shaved head Radcliff were released on internet. It was news that in September 2015, Signature Entertainment had pre-brought the rights to the film for United Kingdom and in October 2015 Lionsgate Premiere acquired the domestic rights of United States of the movie. The trailer of the movie was struck in a controversy as it faced from polish community as it exhibited a march on Polish Independence Day to represent American Neo-Nazis.
The critical aggregator Rotten Tomatoes has given an 86% approval rating to the movie based on 35 reviews with an average rating of 7/10. Metacritic has assigned a normalized rating to the movie with a score of 71 out of 100, based on 15 critics; this indicates a normally favorable reviews. Some critical newspapers and magazines have reviewed this movie as tense, thrilling but disturbing. If you are interested in a serious kind of cinema with minimal comedy but heavy drama, then this is best piece for you.