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Cell Count (2012)

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Russell Carpenter reluctantly admits his wife Sadie into an experimental treatment facility for her life threatening disease. While locked in this prison like surrounding they, along with 6 others, are unknowingly subjected to a cure that might just be worse than the disease itself. Written by Todd E. Freeman

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24 November 2012 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

When I sat down to watch "Cell Count" it was without having any idea what the movie was about or who was in it. All I knew was that it was a horror movie, and that the cover of the movie looked like something from the 1980's, which initially caught my interest and attention.

The story in "Cell Count" is about a group of people who are brought to a facility in order to participate in a study for a cure for some kind of disease. But the cure turns out to be a deadly process.

Actually, throughout the entire movie, you sit with a bunch of questions, waiting for the storyline to initially reveal the answers to these questions. However, when the movie ends you still sit there with the questions unanswered, if not actually with even more questions than you started out with. And on that account, the movie didn't really deliver much or prove to be satisfactory.

The movie does bear witness to it not being a huge multi-million dollar budget movie. But actually, that doesn't really matter, because they pulled it off nicely enough.

But, the movie does trod along at a fairly slow pace, leaving you with your questions unanswered, and you feel that you are getting nowhere actually. As such, the movie does become tedious and rather slow. I managed to stick with the movie to the very end, because I was hoping to get some answers, although I ended up with no such thing.

"Cell Count" is not among the most interesting or exciting moving that I have seen, nor is it among the most boring and lame movies either. It is just below average, and it is the type of movie that once you've seen it you will never put it back in the DVD player a second time.


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