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2006 film by Geoffrey Sax


Released 21 July 2006 (16 years, 11 months ago)

Director Geoffrey Sax
Duration 93 minutes
Genre action film, thriller film, spy film, adventure film and film adaptation
Composer Alan Parker
Production company The Weinstein Company, Moving Picture Company, Isle of Man Film and Samuelson Productions Ltd
Country of origin United Kingdom, Germany and United States of America
Screenwriter Anthony Horowitz
Producer Marc Samuelson, Peter Samuelson and Steve Christian

About Stormbreaker

Stormbreaker is a thrilling spy adventure film based on the popular young adult novel by Anthony Horowitz. The film follows the story of Alex Rider, a teenage boy who is recruited by MI6 to complete a dangerous mission after his uncle, a spy, is killed in action.

Starring newcomer Alex Pettyfer as Alex Rider, the film also features a star-studded cast including Ewan McGregor, Mickey Rourke, and Alicia Silverstone. McGregor delivers a standout performance as Alex's handler, while Rourke brings a menacing presence as the film's villain.

Director Geoffrey Sax keeps the action moving at a breakneck pace, with thrilling chase scenes and explosive set pieces. The film's special effects are also impressive, particularly in the climactic showdown between Alex and the film's villain.

While the film may not break new ground in the spy genre, it is a fun and exciting adventure that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Stormbreaker is a must-see for fans of the book series and anyone looking for a thrilling action film.


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