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Director Peter Atencio decided to pay homage to the 'Alien' franchise by naming the drilling company 'Weyland drilling Corp' an using a similar logo throughout the film See more »
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Bad things will happen to you in your life. It's how you respond to them that's gonna determine your character... from the day you're born to the day you die.
But that doesn't make it any easier.
It never does...
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This movie should give hope to all aspiring film makers.
If you're wondering why, with a summary like that, I can only give it 1 out of 10, let me explain.
If someone can take a script this bad and a cast so poor and still persuade people to hand their money over to it, then, if you're an aspiring movie maker, you should be ecstatic.
It has absolutely everything bad you can think of in a movie: Horrendously poor editing; a completely pointless flashback to a few minutes earlier, in black and white to remind you (if you're a complete idiot) what just happened; dreadful, tinny low budget music to match the low budget set; and a man in a plastic monkey suit grabbing people in a quick blur of camera motion while someone throws fake blood around.
And dialogue that's so poor that if they had managed to hire a cast of decent actors they would have ended up shaking their heads at the inanity of it all.
There are some tits in it. That ought to double the viewing audience.
Give this one a wide berth unless you have the choice of watching this or sticking map pins into your eyeballs.
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