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Valerie Bedier de Prairie,
Khaldoen El Mecky
2025 - The Shuttle Program has been privatized and the shuttle Atlantis relegated to glorified taxi between space stations. Its crew is on a routine mission, conducting experiments - little do they know - they are the experiment. Written by
One of the best Independent Scifi movie I've ever seen!
When I went to see Atlantis Down (which is still playing in Portsmouth, Virginia) I had no real expectations. I had read on the net it was a small and ambitious independent film, but I was not ready to see what I saw. Atlantis Down tells the story of the crew of the shuttle Atlantis being forced to face an alien entity who likes to mess around with them. The movie has a ton of incredible CGI (I'm still wondering how much it all costs), great music and a pace that keeps you on the edge of your sit for the whole duration of the story.
Michael Rooker gives an amazing performance in this movie. I strongly recommend to everyone to go to see it.
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