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It started out well enough, but then took a nosedive...
This movie had potential, I will definitely say that much.
But it ended up being a less than mediocre movie, because it turned out to have a storyline where you just don't immerse yourself.
The characters were flat and one-dimensional, and that ultimately started to quickly deflate the movie. Why would you immerse yourself into the movie and its universe if you didn't care about the characters that were in that particular universe?
"The Carrier" had fairly good acting performances, despite the actors and actresses having very little to work with.
The storyline in "The Carrier" was straight forward, although somewhat idiotic as flying around in an airplane is a very temporary means to such a disaster. as fuel becomes a crucial factor very fast.
There wasn't a particularly present feeling of a threat from whatever that infection was. And was a crippling anchor around the movie.
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