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Saturday, 24 April 2021

ANTI-LIFE

ANTI-LIFE / BREACH

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 Synopsis

As a devastating plague on Earth is forcing people to flee, an interstellar ark comes under attack from an alien threat that can shape shift and is intent on slaughtering what’s left of humanity

Cinema

NETFLIX

Run Time

One hour, Thirty Two minutes (1h 32m)

Movie Rating

21% ß Rotten Tomatoes

Age Rating

15 (Action / Thriller / Drug Use / Sci-Fi / Heavy use of Strong Language / Bloody Violence)

Cast

Clay Young – Bruce Willis
Noah – Cody Kearsley
Chambers – Rachel Nicholas
Teek – Callan Mulvey
Hayley – Kassandra Clementi
Isabella Ortega – Angie Pack
Commander Stanley – Timothy V. Murphy
Commander Riggins – Alexander Kane
Admiral Kiernan Adams – Thomas Jane
Fitzgerald – Swen Temmel
Lincoln – Corey Large
Blue – Johnny Messner
Vyrl – Ralf Moeller
Veronica – Elicia Davis
Shady – Johann Urb

Movie details

Mid – Credits: No

End – Credits: No

Before the Review: Coronavirus continues to dominate the news, impacting people’s lives. Moving on, India is finally placed onto the “RED LIST” as the Indian “double mutation” variant of COVID-19 continues to spread, the UK and Australia have agreed a “vast majority” trade deal, 33 million have received the first Coronavirus dose whilst 12 million have received their second dose, as UK food (fisheries) exports begin to improve after Brexit French fisherman begin blockading their logistics and one driver begins driving between two lanes forcing those behind to apply the emergency brakes *facepalm*

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Review: Seems to be a dispute with the title? Moving on though, Bruce Willis in space, because why not. Even though the movie is a thriller, the inclusion of Bruce Willis’s character, Clay, almost makes this a comedy given that there is strong language and violence throughout, not that I’m complaining, as it would have been another “Alien” franchise knock off. To be honest, I was also interested to see Callan Mulvey in the movie as well as his villainous turn as a mercenary in Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice seems to be fitting with his choice in casting. Given the movie’s conclusion, it is left open for a sequel, in a “Captain Obvious” kind of way. However, the movie's underlying issue here (from my perspective anyway) is that humans destroy everything they touch, so no second chances should be given. Scary...

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