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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Decent enough movie but don't expect anything in-depth from it. In fact, expect some weird loop holes.

    Quarantine...not exactly anything completely new but it's at least something worth watching.

    It begins with a TV crew that follows late night professions. This night, it's a group of firemen. When they get a distress call at an apartment complex, they rush to the scene, cameraman and interviewer in tow. When they arrive, they find an old woman who seems out of her mind. Upon attacking them, they soon find out they've been locked in this building, along with all of its residents (infected and not) with no way out.

    The view of the camera isn't as annoying as you may think it would be. It's actually done fairly well and doesn't hinder the view of what's going on in about 98% of the movie.

    The visuals are also done pretty well. The images of those who are infected really do look creepy and those who are wounded like gruesomely realistic.

    The acting is alright. There are moments where they seem to lose a grip on the character and there are a few times that they act so stupid you may want to bash your head against a wall for them...but hey, what's a horror movie without stupid people?

    Now...the plot itself is where it falls a little short. There are some parts that do not seem to match up with the rest of what's "known" in the movie and even by the end, there are some leftover questions. Luckily, these questions aren't so pressing that they ruin the rest of the movie.

    Overall, it's worth seeing. It's not mind blowing or spectacular in the least but it's good enough for a rental.

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    Posted July 9, 2010

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