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Contagion (2002)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 7 October 2003 (USA)
One day, a pair of criminals decide to infect U.S. president with an incurable virus. His only hope is to give in to their demands, but he refuses to cooperate with terrorists. Now it is up to Dr. Diane Landis to save his life.

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President Howard
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Dr. Diane Landis
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Laura Crowley
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Tom Brenner (as Thomas Wright)
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General Ryker
Matteo Crismani ...
Dusty
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Dell Maxwell
Tim Van Pelt ...
Dr. Wayne Morgan
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Brown (as Jeffery Combs)
Debbie Ann Thomas ...
Nurse Washington
Noel Conlon ...
Kirby Allenworth
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Daniels
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Special Agent Fraley
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Dr. Amos
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Ferrin
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One day, a pair of criminals decide to infect U.S. president with an incurable virus. His only hope is to give in to their demands, but he refuses to cooperate with terrorists. Now it is up to Dr. Diane Landis to save his life.

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Every breath you take could be your last.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG-13 for violence and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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The Last Breath  »

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"Contagion; not so contagious"
28 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Contagion, a movie about the president, a scientist and an evil virus was not the best movie. The acting in this movie was just awful, from beginning to end. The script was predictable and unoriginal with over-used clichés and bad lines. The acting was not the only problem that this movie had. The movie did not flow very smoothly, there were constant scene changes and loud interruptions telling the viewer the timeline in which the movie is taking place. It was hard paying attention to storyline because the pace of the movie was so staggered and hard to follow. Not only was the story hard to follow, it also made no sense. It was never clear why the villains wanted to kill the president or who they really were. The Movie, overall, was just awful. It was the kind of movie you could rent if you wanted to see a bad movie with bad acting and terrible effects. I would say one phrase sums up the entire film: "I want my hour and a half back."


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