Ten years on from the events of "Monsters", and the 'Infected Zones' have now spread worldwide. In the Middle East a new insurgency has begun. At the same time there has also been a proliferation of Monsters in that region. —Vertigo Films
Hey, I wanted to like this one, I did! I feel duped into thinking we would get a good independent dose of what we saw in the first film. Not happening here! Heavy on war and not on the monsters. You missed the mark on the the way to making a great war movie. I remember being pleasantly surprised when I happened upon the first film (clever effects, believable characters). It was a sleeper success I told friends about. I just can't say the same for this one...not at all!! In fact, I could have just watched a classic war film and been better off. I thought the soldiers' story line was unbelievable! Obviously there must have been several tours of duty and then a military leader arbitrarily slips into insanity when a few good men were killed? Also, seemed like a huge mission for a crew of young privates pulling jackass moves! Detroit street life would have given them more sense than that! "Nothing to see here fellas! Move along!"
- Mar 18, 2015
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