It's the weekend, and the lads are off on the town! What could possibly go wrong? How about the end of the world as we know it. 'Something' has happened, the undead are out in force, ... See full summary »
Nicky Paul Barton,
In Boston, there is an unknown epidemic and the population is consuming the Hydropure water and vegetables from Whitefield Corporation. The City Hall Secretary, Taylor Lambert, contacts a newspaper journalist, Lisa Wallace, expecting to give evidence of a conspiracy that his partner Connie is collecting. However, Glenda is captured and murdered by the guards, and Lambert shoots the Mayor and takes a sample of his blood to give to Lisa. Lambert is hunted and wounded by the police. He meets the journalist, Ben Mosher, who writes for the sensationalist column 'Mystery Science' in the same newspaper. Lambert gives Ben a vial with the Major's blood before he dies and Ben gives the sample to his friend Knutt Jourgensen for analysis.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Okay, so it isn't 2001, it's also better than 3.9/10
This movie is not a great movie by any standard.
It is also not a terrible movie, there are some bad parts, aliens are fast sometimes and slow other times being a prime example but it kept me entertained. I knew what I was getting into, and it was not bad for what it was.
I was entertained and it kept me on board for its entire runtime. Unlike some other reviewers, I liked that it through us into the thick of things.
If there was absolutely nothing else on, I wouldn't mind watching it again.
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