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Set in a futuristic world where humans live in isolation and interact through surrogate robots, a cop is forced to leave his home for the first time in years in order to investigate the murders of others' surrogates.
When a cure is found to treat mutations, lines are drawn amongst the X-Men, led by Professor Charles Xavier, and the Brotherhood, a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally, Magneto.
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Michael C. Hall
A lethal virus spreads throughout the British isles,infecting millions and killing hundreds of thousands. To contain the threat, acting authorities brutally quarantine the country as it succumbs to fear and chaos. The quarantine is successful. Three decades later, the Reaper virus violently resurfaces in a major city. An elite group of specialists, including Eden Sinclair, is urgently dispatched into the still-quarantined country to retrieve a cure by any means necessary. Shut off from the rest of the world, the unit must battle through a landscape that has become a waking nightmare. Written by
There is a variety of helicopters used throughout the movie: The helicopter on which Eden is flown out of the quarantine zone at the beginning of the movie is a "Bell UH-1". The helicopter on which Eden flies from London to the quarantine zone is an "Agusta a119". The "gunship" helicopter that picks up Eden at the end of the movie is an "Aerospatiale SA.321 Super Frelon". The helicopter that Nelson uses after receiving the disc from Eden at the end of the movie is a "Bell/Boeing CH-47 Chinook". See more »
The Bentley clearly strikes the blast doors as it exits the bunker, yet its wing mirrors are undamaged in later shots. See more »
Like so many epidemics before, the loss of so many lives began with a single microscopic organism. It's human nature to seek even the smallest comfort in reason, or logic for events as catastrophic as these. But a virus doesn't choose a time or place. It doesn't hate or even care. It just happens.
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If you're a fan of action, horror, and the 1980s, this is the film to watch.
If you don't enjoy those things, stop reading. This is for the true believers.
Doomsday is a love letter to 70's and 80's classics like Mad Max and Escape From New York. It's pretty reminiscent of Grindhouse: Planet Terror, so if you enjoyed that modern cult classic, you could get some kicks out of this one too.
Rhona Mitra sizzles as the stoic feminine warrior. She kicks ass, she's looks good. Bob Hoskins gives the movie heart with his fatherly performance, granted he gets less screen time than he deserves. Malcolm McDowell is as entertaining as always, he brings some class to the occasion. But enough about the cast, how about the mayhem? Yes, this film has it all. Crazy punks, medieval gladiators, and modern futuristic soldiers. It's got tons of inventive kills and bloody gore to spare.
The soundtrack featuring 80's style heavy synth, grandiose opera, and 1980's hits such as "Good Thing". There's plenty of enjoyable, cheesy yet clever dialogue.
What more do you need? Action/Horror fans, check out this fun gorefest. Enjoy.
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