Mankind has lost a 300-year war against a genetically enhanced race they created and tortured. Now the descendants of that race -- known as the "ghen" -- control the planet from advanced ... See full summary »
Mankind has lost a 300-year war against a genetically enhanced race they created and tortured. Now the descendants of that race -- known as the "ghen" -- control the planet from advanced underground cities within Hollow Earth. As rising dictator Crecilius Pryme urges his people to annihilate the remaining human population who toil in his factories above ground, a shocking secret is about to be unearthed that will change the lives of the Pryme family forever. Written by
Gorguruga (the nick of the first reviewer) where on Earth were you a few days ago!?? Should I have seen your review a couple of days earlier, when I got my hands on this film, I would have run soooo fast in the opposite direction.
If you read this, save yourself the pain of watching this hunk of trash; you can do way better with your time.
I won't even begin to reiterate all the things that are wrong with this movie, they are so many that it would actually be easier to try and find one or two good things in it.
Anyway, above all, the ending blew me out of the water. In the worst way possible, that is. Basically, there is no ending. When you begin hoping that something interesting will actually start to happen and save the movie from oblivion, in fact it smartly decides to end.
The whole film builds up slowly towards a climax that never happens, because it ends prematurely, and you're left with a perplexed look on your face, wondering what the hell was in your head when you decided to watch this.
It looks like all the guys involved in production decided among themselves: "Let's pull a prank on the viewers and only make half of a movie. Then we'll have a good laugh looking at their faces as they watch the credits in awe."
Well, news flash gentlemen: The joke is on you. ;)
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