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Pandemic (2007)

The bird flu virus spreads through Los Angeles as a doctor from the CDC races to find a vaccine.

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Dr. Kayla Martin
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Troy Whitlock
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Edward Vicente
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Aria Beutefeldt
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Jack Hendler
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Lindsey Mastrapa
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Kathryn Hadorn (as Renee Taylor)
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Ames Smith
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The bird flu virus spreads through Los Angeles as a doctor from the CDC races to find a vaccine.

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The Fear Is Real. The Panic Is Spreading.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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26 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Bakuhatsu kansen reberu 5  »

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$9,000,000 (estimated)
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[making a statement to the press]
Mayor Dalesandro: Los Angeles has always had it's share of trials and natural disasters; earthquakes, floods, and now this riptide virus. But we are a strong city, full of strong people. Governor.
Govenor Shaefer: Today we have hope to go with that strength. A treatment has been found that will buy us the time necessary to develop a lasting vaccine. It is a blessing within a curse, but it will soon be available to us all. In moments like this there are always many people to thank, our First ...
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23 December 2011 | by See all my reviews

This might have been an interesting movie. The storyline of a pandemic spreading like wildfire may be a cliché, but when done well, could have been decent. Unfortunately, I saw this movie and simply had to laugh at things that were not taken care of anywhere near a "real world" scenario. For instance, if you were trying to keep 6 million people in one place, you'd use more than a single wooden 2x4 painted barricade across the road.

An interesting premise, but that's all it is - a premise that went into production as a "movie" without any further thought.

The B-list-at-best cast certainly doesn't help.

I grade it as 3/10 for being bad enough to be laughable, but not make me throw things at the screen.


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