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Director:
Writers:
Bryce Zabel (written by)
Jackie Zabel (written by)
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Release Date:
26 May 2007 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Fear Is Real. The Panic Is Spreading.
Plot:
The bird flu virus spreads through Los Angeles as a doctor from the CDC races to find a vaccine. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win See more »
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User Reviews:
Writer is Poorly Informed See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tiffani Thiessen ... Dr. Kayla Martin

French Stewart ... Dr. Carl Ratner

Faye Dunaway ... Governor Lillian Schaefer

Eric Roberts ... Mayor Richard Dellasandro

Vincent Spano ... Troy Whitlock

Bob Gunton ... Dr. Max Sorkosky

Michael Massee ... Edward Vicente

Shashawnee Hall ... Pete Sampson

Stephen Ramsey ... Gibby Smolak

Jo Champa ... Aria Beutefeldt

Robert Curtis Brown ... Jack Hendler

Dana Barron ... Lindsey Mastrapa

Renée Taylor ... Kathryn Hadorn (as Renee Taylor)

Ron Perkins ... Dr. Chuck Westley

Kyle Searles ... Ames Smith

Alex Skuby ... Captain Nick Slater

Clyde Kusatsu ... Dr. Kenji Ito

Bruce Boxleitner ... Kenneth Friedlander

Tamlyn Tomita ... Melissa Lo

Scott Michael Campbell ... Rick Foxhoven

René Ashton ... Kelly (as Rene Ashton)

Colby Paul ... Gil Whitlock

Matt Battaglia ... Frank Jantzen

Alex Paez ... Jose Ruiz

Onahoua Rodriguez ... Angela Ruiz
Fenessa Pineda ... Belinda Ruiz

Alan Blumenfeld ... Bill Smith

Isabella Hofmann ... Lauren Smith

Theo Wilson ... Henry Littlefield
Brooke Davis ... Nurse Paulette

Martin Papazian ... Mr. Smoke (as Martin A. Papazian)

Rigo Sanchez ... Mr. Culp
Kelly Heyer ... Brooke Florin
Eugene Davis ... Richard Greeley

Noah Blake ... Ray Horvath

Barry Livingston ... Dr. Winston Tam

John Kapelos ... Michael Torino

Brandy Howard ... Orley

Mike Grief ... Marcus Gardurian

Sally Strecker ... Paramedic Roy

David E. Newham ... Paramedic Tooley (as David Newham)

James DuMont ... Phil Duin

Tiara Parker ... Real Estate Worker

Mary Jo Catlett ... Sister Grace Woodward
Cher Calvin ... Angie Centofante
Dave Clark ... Brian Wells

Sandra Dee Robinson ... Carla Florin

Charles Duckworth ... Derrick
Rod McCary ... Judge Lloyd Elmer Clark

Kelly Atkinson ... Ticket Agent

Wendy Braun ... Stephanie Benson

Bruce Nozick ... Mitchell Shepard

Catherine McCord ... Helen Gruner

Robert Norsworthy ... Harry Firestone
Matt Gould ... Jake Laramie

Mik Scriba ... Coleman
John Dybdahl ... Semi Truck Driver
Danny Breen ... Father Fine
T.J. Castronovo ... Building Superintendent

Charles Carpenter ... Police Captain
Tony Clarno ... Charlie Williams

Austin Brooks ... Air Traffic Controller

John Nielsen ... TV News Producer

Art Bonilla ... Telemundo Reporter

Anthony Reynolds ... Soldier / SWAT Leader
Carmen Berg ... Lisa

Brionne Davis ... Man at ATM
Denise Grayson ... Airline Passenger (as Denise Greyson)

Gabriel Bologna ... Pharmacist
Darryl Armbruster ... Torino's Agent
Dano Wilberger ... Paul Shepard
Lucille Hansen ... Emergency Room Nurse

Rico Simonini ... Valdez

Barry Sigismondi ... Chris Fentress

David Lengel ... Jack
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Paul Edney ... Airport Police Officer
Fonda Jefferson ... Patient

Orion McCabe ... Agent

Kavan Reece ... Ricky

Tricia Alley ... Doctor #2 (uncredited)
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Directed by
Armand Mastroianni 
 
Writing credits
Bryce Zabel (written by)

Jackie Zabel (written by)

Produced by
Kyle A. Clark .... producer (as Kyle Clark)
H. Daniel Gross .... co-executive producer
Robert Halmi Jr. .... executive producer
Larry Levinson .... executive producer
Nick Lombardo .... co-executive producer
Michael Moran .... co-executive producer
James Wilberger .... producer
 
Original Music by
Kevin Kiner 
 
Cinematography by
Amit Bhattacharya 
 
Film Editing by
Jennifer Jean Cacavas 
 
Casting by
Penny Perry 
Amy Beth Reece  (as Amy Reece)
 
Production Design by
Jonathan A. Carlson  (as Jonathan Carlson)
 
Set Decoration by
Jessica Anderson 
 
Costume Design by
Meghan McDonald 
 
Makeup Department
Autumn Butler .... special makeup effects artist
Gloria Conrad .... dept. head hairstylist
Zee Graham .... makeup department head
Jane Koo .... makeup artist
Kathleen Toner .... personal makeup artist
Randy Westgate .... personal makeup artist: Faye Dunaway
Randy Westgate .... personal makeup artist: Faye Dunnaway
 
Production Management
Kyle A. Clark .... unit production manager
Richard Morain .... post-production supervisor (as Richard W Morain Jr.)
James Wilberger .... unit production manager
Stephen Niver .... production supervisor (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
A. Brooks Medoff .... first assistant director
Ryan Tighe .... additional second assistant director
 
Art Department
Casey Cannon .... lead set dresser
Jason Cronburg .... swing
Michael Hersey .... set/prop builder (as Mike Hersey)
George Hobbs .... property master
Renato Raposo .... set dresser
Ben Riseman .... assistant property master
Jameson Williams .... property master
Kevin Ziegler .... assistant property master
 
Sound Department
Mark Allen .... sound effects editor
Jason Brennan .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Ettel .... sound re-recording mixer
Greg Jefferson .... adr mixer
Michael Kool .... boom operator
Paul Menichini .... sound effects editor
Thomas Pinney .... production sound mixer
Steven Utt .... sound engineer
 
Visual Effects by
Eric Acsell .... digital compositor
Andrew Bardusk .... visual effects
Erick Geisler .... visual effects supervisor
Patrick Murphy .... lead compositor
John Peeler .... digital effects compositor
John Peeler .... visual effects coordinator
 
Stunts
Corey Michael Eubanks .... stunt double
Freddie Joe Farnsworth .... stunt double
Paul Lacovara .... stunt double: Martin Papazian & Vincent Spano
Lin Oeding .... stunt double: Brian Tee
Sonny Tipton .... stunt coordinator
Darlene Ava Williams .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Ardine .... electrician
Eduardo Barraza .... grip
Michael S. Beckman .... grip
Brad Budde .... best boy electric
Eric C. Castro .... electrician
Matthew Caudillo .... assistant camera
Martin Dicicco .... electrician
Suzanne Dietz .... first assistant camera
Jose Elias Felix .... grip
Nathan Dean Fetzer .... electrician
Russell Gearhart .... electrician
Carl Herse .... electrician
Scott M. Leonard .... key grip
Axel Llorens .... rigging grip
Joey Maloney .... camera loader
Eric McCandless .... still photographer
Patrick McGinley .... director of photography: second unit
Kathryn Moss .... second assistant camera: "a" and "b" cameras (as Kathryn Comkowycz)
Jens Piotrowski .... Steadicam operator
James Plaxton .... grip
Joseph Ruiz .... key grip (as Joe Ruiz)
Patrick Russo .... electrician
Jedediah Shoemaker .... rigging grip
Gene Abel Soto .... dolly grip: "a" camera (as Abel Soto)
Matthew Thiemann .... grip
 
Casting Department
Christine Babayans .... casting associate
Helen McCready .... extras casting
Andrew Stubblefield .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lisa Coffey .... key costumer
Don-Ya .... set costumer
Don-Ya .... tailor
Don-Ya .... wardrobe assistant
Jennifer Goldberg .... costume supervisor
Emily Plummer .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Kevin Gieseking .... post-production coordinator
Nona Khodai .... assistant editor
Christopher Reichel .... digital intermediate editor
Frank Sharp .... post-production coordinator
Matthew W. Johnson .... on-line editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Judy Yoo .... musician: violin solos
 
Transportation Department
Chris Attia .... driver
Mike Barton .... transportation
Michael David Reynolds .... driver
Javier Zaizar .... driver
 
Other crew
Carla Anderson .... assistant production coordinator
James Blythe .... production assistant
Rob Bola .... production assistant
Zach Bradshaw .... assistant production coordinator
John Brescia .... location assistant
Diane Collins .... script supervisor
Patsy Fitzgerald .... location manager
Matt Fitzsimons .... production executive
Christina Gordon .... script supervisor
Torrence Hall .... armorer
Alyce Heath .... assistant accountant (as Alyce Schwartz)
Melanie Hocking .... production assistant (as Melanie Barlow)
Angie Kern .... set medic
Robert Krywicki .... production accountant
Paul Mastroianni .... production assistant
Peter McKernan .... aerial coordinator
Mark E. Mobley .... base camp manager
Marta M. Mobley .... consultant producer
Amanda Phillips Atkins .... development coordinator (as Amanda Phillips)
Jeff Rosenberg .... production assistant
Kris Smith .... additional script supervisor
Mike Tristano .... armorer
Bob Wheway .... production assistant
 

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Runtime:
169 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »
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Certification:
Netherlands:16 | Netherlands:12 (TV version) (slightly cut) | Singapore:PG

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Goofs:
Factual errors: When on approach to LAX the aircraft is directed to land on a "secure runway". There is no such thing as a "secure runway". There are "secure parking areas".See more »
Quotes:
[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 Responders, our Police, Fireman, and Paramedics. People who put the lives and safety of others above their own.
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References "Today" (1952)See more »

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10 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
Writer is Poorly Informed, 26 June 2009
Author: parhat from Bangkok, Thailand

Given any good story you need a good topic, premise, plot, focus and character. Given a story of scientific and legal in nature a writer must have good familiarity in these realm. He has none of it. It's a made for t.v. show. Given a good story line, most amateur writing will focus on too many characters, in this case, a wanted criminal, a rifle crazed man, a rogue FBI agent, two politicians competing for power, an all powerful CDC officer who don't really have a power, and the not too serious emergency response team. Characters are cardboard cliché', a plot whose ending found a cure for her daughter who got Riptide? The premise is too unbelievable, the plot lacks focus. This writer should watch more blockbusters. Originally one of the best movie Rwanda Hotel had too many characters, until the writer found out and decided to focus on one man. Most movies are focused on relatively few major actor not exceeding 2-3. Take Something's Gotta Give, Jerry Maguire, Rain Man, Die Hard, for example focused on relatively few characters, mostly 2-3 making up 80% of the movie screen. And those characters are a strong one, take the Dark Knight, the Joker, Batman, Superman, Snow White, etc. Given the basics, there is problem about the lack of understanding protocols and laws. The CDC, just can't walk around everywhere, certain laws have to be considered when an act of quarantine is considered. For one thing, the first law is Title 42 United States Code Section 264 (Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act) gives the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) responsibility for preventing the introduction, transmission, and spread of communicable diseases from foreign countries into the United States and within the United States and its territories/possessions. The second issue of the President, by Executive Order, which is Under the procedures required under the PHS Act, the list of diseases for which quarantine is authorized must first be specified in an Executive Order of the President, on recommendation of the HHS Secretary. By amending the list to include types of influenza that either cause or have the potential to cause a pandemic. As to the knowledge of Tamifl and ways or eradicating the virus, where are sanitation procedures, in place? The seriousness of quarantine, the authority's control over the situation, the closing of public places, the media frenzy into the area, the military action in closing off the area, instead of CDC giving the "idea" of closing off the region. The sudden shock of death. The movie is like there is fire in the house, and people are walking out of the house while they are sleepwalking. If there's any problem about making movies, it's the crappy writing I see all the time. To prevent this I believe that each scenes or plots are organized into modules where parts can be deleted, and characters are focused only 2-3 character through an entire time line of events, and the methodology of quarantine control, should ignore the obvious solution such as vaccines, someone who is immunized to the disease, and other cliché's so common in virus plagued. And in any T.V. drama, people should start being more serious of the circumstances instead of just waking in their sleep. In any event H3N7 virus and other things are interesting, but sanitation, and organized quarantine procedures the writer has difficult understanding the magnitude of the problem, as in most t.v. shows I have seen. To make a good story, the character must huff and puff until the house is blown down. It doesn't start by just sleep walking around the house either.

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