Patient Zero is a stewardess, stricken with what she thinks is chickenpox. She goes to ground in a Montreal hotel room. A few weeks later, she's back on the job, unaware of her role in an impending public health catastrophe. Pandemics have killed more people throughout history than all wars combined. They are unpredictable - and inevitable. Are we ready for the next big one? Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague juxtaposes a 21st century scenario against the little-known story of the 1885 smallpox epidemic that devastated Montreal. Combining brisk narrative with rigorous research, it vividly evokes a modern city under siege, drawing eerie parallels with 1885. Confronted with social unrest, ethnic scapegoating and economic ruin, authorities struggle to maintain control - and to contain a deadly infection.
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Senor C (de) wrote: I think Im getting numbed out by the number of Scooby Doo movies Ive been watching because I thought this was a pretty standard outing, Scooby & the gang visit Velma's sister @ a magic school to solve the mystery of the griffin. I guess you need to believe in magic to swallow how it is all pulled off. I sometimes think about how live animation would translate to live action & if you want to believe everything was done w/ puppets so be it. It makes me long for some guy in a rubber mask.
Ethan G (mx) wrote: Interesting twist ending that rounded up a painfully predictable and bland cliched film.
David F (ca) wrote: This is an extremely charming film about some extremely upper class New Yorkers. Clothing, manners, and literature are discussed while a somewhat tense and climactic plot sneaks up on the characters who actually spend most of the film going to parties and discussing culture and ideas with one another while falling in and out of love. Whit Stillman's films are not for everyone but this one is such a fully realized portrait of a certain time and place-1980s Upper East Side Manhattan's Urban Haute Bourgeoisie-it should secure at least a sociological interest from those who find his characters too snooty or removed from ordinary daily life. For those of us who enjoy a Noel Coward play or an Evelyn Waugh novel, however, this is like the second coming-a perfectly plotted comedy of manners about some very well-spoken and very well-dressed young people.
Matt R (es) wrote: Love to make fun of Keanu? See this.
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Tim M (kr) wrote: In the Loop is the kind of movie that should be shown 100 times a month on HBO because it's so damn quotable. The movie parodies the quest for war from numerous sides and the few who desire to stop it. The flick is written in a mocking tone that's delightfully directed by Armando Iannucci. The funny part is I can see George W. Bush starting the Irag War as haphazardly as this movie portrays, so perhaps it is also based on a true story. Wonderfully acted from an ensemble cast that includes Steve Coogan, James Gandolfini and Mimi Kennedy. A delightful treat that will be better the more you watch it.
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