Six months after the rage virus was inflicted on the population of Great Britain, the US Army helps to secure a small area of London for the survivors to repopulate and start again. But not everything goes according to plan.
A shy student trying to reach his family in Ohio, a gun-toting tough guy trying to find the last Twinkie, and a pair of sisters trying to get to an amusement park join forces to travel across a zombie-filled America.
After getting in a car accident, Michelle awakens to find herself in a mysterious bunker with two men named Howard and Emmett. Howard offers her a pair of crutches to help her remain mobile with her leg injury sustained from the car crash and tells her to "get good on those" before leaving the bunker. She has been given the information that there has been an alien attack and the outside world is poisoned. However, Howard and Emmett's intentions soon become questionable and Michelle is faced with a question: Is it better in here or out there?Written by
Mary Elizabeth Winstead appeared on Fargo (2014) season three, which also featured a character named "Emmett", and on episode three, "The Law of Non-Contradiction", an antagonist named Howard. See more »
Perchloric acid is highly reactive with metals and organic matter. When Howard (Goodman) has Michelle and Emmitt help with the barrel of perchloric acid, it is contained in a blue plastic barrel, typically perchloric acid is stored in glass, one of the few containment vessels that does not oxidize in the presence of the acid. Also perchloric acid is more oily at room temperature and of a viscous nature, it becomes extremely volatile and is exothermic when oxidizing thus the electrical cord and metal wire within produces heat and react to cause the explosion when Michelle is outside the bunker. See more »
Michelle, please don't hang up. Just talk to me, okay? I can't believe you just left.
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Much better than the 2008 "Cloverfield" movie, this is about a gripping & intense story and raw tension rather than special effects and crushing things.
If this is going to be an anthology or if this is going to be followed by that rumored third installment that has been recently spoiled by J.J. Abrahms, I can say that nobody doubts about the secretly marketed "10 Cloverfield Lane" is a great movie on its own. And a movie that if it were spoiled by someone here or at any review would be cruel.
Since the start it reveals to be a movie that doesn't hide an ace, but a hundred.
The pace can be a little slow at the first half only to add more and more tension, hooking the audience and introducing them into the movie like they were one of the people inside that bunker.
John Goodman will be a real trend the future days thanking its superb performance. He's so twisty, complex developed character. He and Mary Elisabeth Winstead make the movie shine alongside the story.
The story is so little, then so game-changer, with twists and turns that are smart rather than empty. It's one of that makes you guess all the time.
The ending is more of a bang than a whimper. Even when it succumbs to the action and polemic moves, it will leave you on a grim and high note, pestering for another outing if it's any good like this.
If the "Cloverfield" that started it all was about speaking without breath and CGI scares, this "10 Cloverfield Lane" is about deeper intentions, deeper tension and personal stuff that is scarier than a giant monster. While the connection to that movie is not so remarkable until the finale, this installment is so brilliant on its own, so well marketed (without ruining any twist) and so well ended that will surely please any viewer who were looking for a damn good movie. This is a scary movie like the classic ones. Don't miss it.
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