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After a terrorist with an implanted nuclear detonator gets shot, a team of scientists must defuse the bomb by miniaturizing themselves and going into his bloodstream. His organism's antibodies start to mass against them.

Director:

Christian McIntire

Writer:

Michael Johnston (screenplay) (as Micheal Baldwin)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Lance Henriksen ... Gaynes
Robin Givens ... Rachel Saverini
William Zabka ... Emmerich
Gastón Pauls ... Pacio (as Gaston Pauls)
Teodora Duhovnikova ... Trechak (as Teodora Ivanova)
Stella Ivanova Stella Ivanova ... Amanda
Kathleen Randazzo ... Nancy Pearson (as Kathleen Lambert)
Velizar Binev ... Dr. Bickell
Julian Vergov ... Moran
Christian McIntire ... Agent Roth
Ken McGraw Ken McGraw ... Nordic Man
Max Allan Max Allan ... Chef
Angelo George Angelo George ... Braun
Tyrone Pinkham Tyrone Pinkham ... Conroy
Nick Brennen Nick Brennen ... Judge
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After a terrorist with an implanted nuclear detonator gets shot, a team of scientists must defuse the bomb by miniaturizing themselves and going into his bloodstream. His organism's antibodies start to mass against them.

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No One Is Immune


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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »

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Official Sites:

SCI FI

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 December 2002 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

Anticorps See more »

Filming Locations:

Bulgaria

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Budget:

$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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In the newscast, the screen scroll refers to an embassy, but the newscaster calls it a consulate. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Richard Gaynes: It's like being front row at a Dead concert.
Dr. Rachel Saverini: I'm sure I don't know what you mean.
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References Fantastic Voyage (1966) See more »

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Fantastic Voyage inspired, some good ideas, poor execution.
8 August 2004 | by rixrexSee all my reviews

It sounds like a great idea, remake or do a sequel or such to Fantastic Voyage, a serious one not like Innerspace (good in it's own way). This has a lot of good ideas going for it, the terrorist idea involving a miniature detonator that has to be found and plucked out of the body. I bet the treatment was actually pretty good, but it loses steam in the way it's presented, intermittent pacing, some silliness, weak exposition, missed opportunities, but on the other hand, many parts are exciting and fun to watch, pretty nice effects and some good stuff like lights on the ship (unlike FV where the inner body was somehow miraculously illuminated. Would have liked better science, there seemed to be very little here, more than 4 persons in the ship would have helped, better interplay between the ship and the outside crew, also lacking enough people around the place. Less time spent on the terrorist buildup which could have been dealt with more quickly and with some better exposition, and more time inside the body, etc. Decent, a wasted opportunity of sorts, yet worth a look.


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