If you enjoyed Matrix then this movie will ring a lot of the same bells: a potential saviour doesn't know his own potential and has to break through his disbelief in order to wipe out the bad guys who possess normal folks.
There's a lot of wire-work martial-style hand fighting and some nifty bullet dodging, plus a surreal fantasy city where the good guys earnestly debate how they're going to save the world while only working through their soldiers -- and the hero is one of those, known as Interceptors. He has to intercept the aliens, who are represented by gruesome manga-esque organic spikes and strands which pierce limbs and brains, skewering their puppets into submission. On top of all that there's a plot to unleash devasting weaponry upon an unsuspecting planet. And it's all very Russian.
We struggled to quite grasp all the details; from the opening sequences where the intro rushes by too fast to read, the plot is somewhat confused and garbled. After watching and chatting, I'm not convinced it holds up... but the experience was enjoyable enough and a very entertaining alternative to by-the-numbers American action movies. Some interesting visuals and effects, plus a very good stunt or two with the cars. Creative, even if not particularly coherant. (I'm sure it made more sense in Russian...)
Not a film I'd ever bother to watch again, so I'm glad we rented.