Actors:Chris Hemsworth, Rudhraksh Jaiswal, Randeep Hooda, Golshifteh Farahani, Pankaj Tripathi, David Harbour, Bryon Lerum, Ryder Lerum, Shivam Vichare, Piyush Khati, Sara Rumao, Aarti Kulkarni, Umakant Patil, Praveen Indu, Swapnil Kokam, Neha Mahajan, Pallas Prajapati, Shazia Naz Gill, Rob Collins, Wayne Blair, Adam Bessa, Sam Hargrave, Rayna Campbell, Patrick Newall, Chris Jai Alex, Vonzell Carter, Héctor Andreu, Priyanshu Painyuli, Sumeet Thakur, Projoy Majumdar, Sounak Kundu, Pabitra Mondal, Abhinav Srivastana, Suraj Rikame, Sudipto Ballav, Shataf Figar, Kundan Roy, Amritpal Singh, Yatendra Bahuguna, Debapriya Saha, Sujay Mondal, Surojit Mondal, Raj Santra, Anup Sharma, Christopher Romrell, Craig 'Chili' Palmer, Michael Lehr, Brandon McClary, Mutaza Khatawala, Alejandro Anduze, Aditya Paul, Shreya Vivek, Sharan Gulati, Shitij Gulati, Akshat Pathak, Tejeshwar Singh Mann, Rakibul Hasan Razu
Plot of the film "Extraction"
There is a strange paradox in the roles played by Chris Hemsworth. The Australian actor is best known to the general public for his role as Thor in Marvel films. He managed to transform this divine appearance into an extremely friendly and good-natured character. However, when he plays flesh-and-blood people, they are often awkwardly endowed with a kind of divine status. In other words, his Thor is more human than the people he plays. This is mainly due to the deadly serious tone. Not that every movie needs the frivolous tone of Marvel movies, but Hemsworth is frankly bored when he plays a prim firebrand and has to leave his charm at home. Extraction does little to dispel this. In fact, you already know what time it is when Hemsworth's character, after his appearance (or, rather, the second appearance, since the film contains an unnecessary prologue), simply steps off a cliff to dive thirty meters down into the water to rest at the bottom of the lake. Are we already impressed, guys? This Tyler Rake specializes in solving kidnappings. One of those jobs where a client arrives by helicopter to his remote home, exchanging only a few words and giving almost no details about the task. So why not just call? The answer is probably no more eloquent than the "Yes, but... helicopter!"