The military's attempt to shoot down an orbiting satellite unleashes a space-borne epidemic on a remote, small town. Deputy Max Brody and his girlfriend Brooke must battle their way through an army of infected townsfolk and soldiers as they struggle to save themselves and their loved ones from a horrible, early death. When cannibalism is contagious, will even the strong survive?
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(de) wrote: Although it's classed as a 'found footage' story, it's not exclusively this style and is better for it, although the actual possession storyline lacks depth.
(gb) wrote: I immediately fell in love with that movie within the first 10 minutes of watching it. There was never, in my opinion, a movie that depicted the disillusioned youth as efficiently than that film. And with humor! I really liked the strange world that Lowenstein put us in, without forgetting the essence of Birmingham's; obscure cultist meetings, cheesy life lessons, and so much more.
(jp) wrote: This film was totally ridiculed upon release, for reasons unknown to me. In my opinion, this is a picture that has ever-growing strength through it's 120 minute duration. It's a film about life. A social commentary that boasts strong performances from Kevin Spacey, Meg Ryan, Chazz Palminteri and of course, Sean Penn. The film invites us into the homes of these Hollywood playboys as they try to discover what life is. It's presented to us in such a powerful way, that only really sets in when the credits roll. Strong film-making.
(au) wrote: Hmmm.. mind thrilling. It is a bit draggy, but well.. average type of movie. It looks more like some budget show
(gb) wrote: I first watched this back in 1993 as a teenager, and had a great time laughing at how one angry man is making really blunt commentary on what little I knew about American society. That misrepresented hamburger sure stuck to mind.Watching it again as a 39 year old, the movie holds an entirely different experience. The character that Michael Douglas played is about the same age as I am, and his in-movie child is about as old as mine. Now there's nothing funny about it, as I can relate to a lot of stresses that he had to go through as a functioning member of society, and the bouts of anger borne out of the frustrations and failures, and temptation is to just give up and do things according to your own rules. How most of us go 'oh fuck it', but actually go and 'fuck it'.Michael Douglas's character, if he wasn't white, would have been called, in today's term, a terrorist.This movie is a very angry tragedy.
(ca) wrote: 2017-04-20i felt it very uncomfortable to watch