Five university friends gather at a house party to ring in the New Year. Unbeknownst to them, an epidemic has erupted outside, causing outbreaks around the world. With nowhere else to turn, they barricade themselves indoors with only their phones, laptops, and other tech devices. They use their devices to research the possible cause of this outbreak. Information and video footage over flow their computers as they descend further into the cause and the ensuing chaos. As the virus spreads, the mood in the house changes from fear to paranoia. Who is safe? Who can they trust? Reality becomes blurred as they slowly discover the source of the virus causing the sickness...and there is no going back.
The film centers on five university friends hold a party to welcome New Year. They do not know that an epidemic has erupted outside killing many people. After realizing the terrible circumstance, they attempt to find out the reason. Unfortunately, They must struggle with the ups and downs which threatens their survival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: superb movie.........
(de) wrote: I assumed that it was inevitable that in the tenth year since the events of September 11th, documentary filmmakers would crank out one retrospective after another. On the anniversary, basic cable was flooded with retrospectives and rememberances and personal interviews and, of course, those horrible images of the planes flying into the buildings. Jim Whittaker's documentary Rebirth is not so much a film about September 11th, but about the lives of a handful of people who lost love ones in the tragedy. His approach is appropriately mournful, but also respectful in its simplicity. He speaks with five people who were affected in one way or another and follows the progress of how they have rebuilt their lives over the course of ten years. The film contains no news reel footage of the events of that day, save for some very brief audio clips at the beginning, and the subjects speak in front of a black background, talking frankly about how they felt at the moment. Each year, 2002, 2003, 2004 and so on, they are interviewed so that we can see the progression of their lives. Beginning in 2002, we see interviews with the five subjects, all visibly shaken. The people are interesting. We meet Ling Young, a Chinese office worker who was badly burned at ground zero and undergoes surgery after surgery; Nick, was a teenager in high school at the time and lost his mother and afterwards became estranged from his father; Tanya, who lost her fianc Sergio; Brian, a construction worker mourning the loss of his brother; Tim, a New York City fireman who lost almost everyone he worked with. The movie tracks the ups and downs of their lives, revisiting them every year up to the present. It has the same narrative structure as Michal Apted's "Up" documentaries that came back every seven years to interview the same set of school children. In Rebirth we see their grieving process, sometimes going into dark places. Nick has a falling out with his father and remains estranged for several years. Brian suffers PTSD but pushes forward through the clean-up at ground zero and the building of the memorial. All are touching but, for me, the most emotional was Tanya, who was in her early 30s at the time and lost her beloved fianc Sergio. She openly admits that she wasn't even sure which of the two towers he was working in. Each year, as we track her progress, we can see a woman grieving this loss, but coming to the realization that life must go on. What we get from her is a woman who sees her relationship with Sergio as forever unfinished, she mourns the loss of her love but also the loss of the life she never got to have. It is about the five year mark when she makes the difficult decision to start dating again. What her new boyfriend tells her about Sergio is one of the most beautiful sentiments I can think of. I'll leave it for you to discover. She moves on with her life, never forgetting Sergio, but ultimately arriving at a point where she knows that it is time to let him go. Also touching is Nick, whose mother had recently started a new job at the World Trade Center not long before the attacks. He was a kid, a teenager who was already struggling to understand the world he would inherit. In his first interview we can see a broken soul. He remembers a moment while speaking at his mother's memorial when a sparrow landed on his head and didn't struggle when he took it in hand. Anger and resentment would seep into the cracks of his everyday life, he remembers, and it brought he and his father apart for several years. Through the years, we see him grow into a thoughtful man, graduating from college and then working on Wall Street with many people who knew his mother. What makes Rebirth so compelling is its simplicity. We don't actually see the tragedy itself (the tragedy is present in the personal accounts) but we feel the resonance of this event in every single word. This is a film that sits down and intimately looks and listens to what the interviewees have to say. Whitaker is very respectful to all of his subjects and also to his subject matter. There might be a temptation to get cute or tricky with the visual to make them more cinematic but he knows that our understand of the tragedy is all the film really needs. He shoots each of the five people in tight close-ups so that we can see their faces, dark and sallow in the years just after the tragedy, then bright and more hopeful as the years go on. Intercut with the interviews are time-lapsed footage of the progress at ground zero to build the memorial, giving us the striking sense that life is moving on.
(kr) wrote: I watched about 25-30 minutes of Salvage on netflix & was out like a light.I woke up, It was still on & I went right back to sleep.1 good thing about Salvage was the beginning.Everything I watched after that was from the inside of my eyelids.I didn't care at all to restart or replay the movie from where I left off from so that tells you how bad I thought it was.Give it a chance if you'd like but I suggest you avoid Salvage altogether
(nl) wrote: This movie was quite crappy even for B-grade standards, however, there was something quite entertaining about it. It certainly wasn't the crappy CG monkey thing, that was extremely shitty.The plane crash in the beginning was actually pretty cool, but that's about it. I think there were some hot chicks in it, but I can't remember, lol
(jp) wrote: Another one of the mumblecore movies that was painful to watch because of how much I could see myself in the characters. These are all guys who are heavily into IMing, texting, and online chatrooms. They have wonderful people in their lives who are nice and are interested in them but somehow these men end up choosing technology or the fantasy/prospect of a prettier, nicer girl over their partners. Long distance relationships and technology are also addressed, this was the part that seemed particularly real to me. Overall a good movie, I would have to watch it again in a few years and see how my opinion changes.
(jp) wrote: i want tto watch the movie now
(ru) wrote: this is one very funny movie.
(au) wrote: i would have to watch it again... 'cause there are some shots simply beautiful, but they get lost in the middle of some fucked up crazyness absolutely o.O incomprehensible.
(br) wrote: A decent heist movie that entertains throughout with exciting action sequences and a good bit of chemistry between the leads. Could be watched back to back with Mission impossible as it is a slightly different take on a very similar idea.
(us) wrote: Excellent dialogue and quirky animal characters add to the enjoyment of this film about going the distance for the ones you love.
(br) wrote: So Santa lost a reindeer? Thankfully a little girl's maternal instincts were enough to save Christmas. This is definitely for one for the little tikes to enjoy.
(gb) wrote: Good for a laugh but not much else.
(au) wrote: i don't know if i really want to see this... i won't be making a special trip to see it but if i happen to come across it then i might consider it...who knows...
(kr) wrote: Half decent Giallo from 1971 has good atmosphere and some memorable moments but storyline is average.
(br) wrote: "young people should leave there troubles to the old ones, and concentrate on good times", how can i not like this movie ha! This film really shows how our culture has changed. Katharine hepburn is a fine actress but not very attractive to me, and certainly not when compared with her daughter. A feel good film where you root for poor (literally and figuratively) Alice.