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Mutantes del año 2000 (1992)

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In a bleak near future the world has really gone to seed due to severe pollution. Toxic smog, acid rain, and grotesquely mutated animals are all direct results of this environmental decay. ... See full summary »

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Axel (as Miguel A. Rodríguez)
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Óscar Vallejo ...
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Enrike Palma
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secretaria Martha (as Tessy Escobar)
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In a bleak near future the world has really gone to seed due to severe pollution. Toxic smog, acid rain, and grotesquely mutated animals are all direct results of this environmental decay. Ruthless industrialist Roberto Cervantes makes matters worse by illegally dumping plutonium. School teacher Irina and professor Axel try to stop Cervantes. Moreover, a giant lethal humanoid rat runs amok in Irina's house. Written by Woodyanders

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A nifty Mexican sci-fi/horror outing
6 March 2008 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

In a bleak near future the world has really gone to seed due to severe pollution. Toxic smog, acid rain, and grotesquely mutated animals are all direct results of this environmental decay. Ruthless industrialist Roberto Cervantes (a nicely reprehensible portrayal by Gerardo Albarran) makes matters worse by illegally dumping plutonium. Sweet, but feisty school teacher Irina (a fine performance by the fetching Rosanna San Juan) and kindly professor Axel (winningly played by Miguel Angel Rodriguez) try to stop Cervantes. Moreover, a giant lethal humanoid rat runs amok in Irina's house. Director Ruben Galindo, Jr. relates the interesting story at a steady pace, creates a substantial amount of tension (the last third is especially stirring and suspenseful), and stages the rat attack scenes with considerable flair to spare. Kudos are also in order for the uniformly sound acting from a capable cast, Javier Cruz, Jr.'s polished cinematography (the Dutch camera angles and use of hand-held camera are both very neat and impressive), the funky guy-in-a-hairy-suit creature, Federico Chavez's rattling, shuddery score, an excellent and exciting protracted knock-down, drag-out, no-holds-barred rough'n'tumble fight between Axel and Cervantes, and the strong anti-pollution message. A fun flick.


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