After getting in a car accident, a woman is held in a shelter with two men, who claim the outside world is affected by a widespread chemical attack.
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Michelle
- John Goodman as Howard Stambler
- John Gallagher, Jr. as Emmett DeWitt
The title character being very few have done an amazing job here. The only positive note about this movie is the performances of the actors.
I must say the movie lacks in terms of professional direction here. The direction is too mediocre to be that it is not even worth mentioning .Not so great work here.
A decent job by the dialogue writers. There are no iconic lines in the movie, however the film doesn’t need great lines too.
I didn’t find any scene in the movie that could have been edited out certainly the editing is not the worst part here. Except the climax. The climax here is just AWFUL.
The movie opens with Michelle leaving her boyfriend which has nothing to do with the entire plot of the movie and has been never used in the entire movie. Moving on, she gets into an accident and suddenly wakes up in a bunker well equipped to survive the dooms day.
Howard is a weirdo who is Michelle’s captor and that’s your story.
The entire story of this movie is good but the climax as I mentioned earlier makes the ship sink deep. The writer have included an Alien attack just for a closure for the movie so as to build a sequel (well…that’s my speculation). The dreadful climax ruins the entire experience of the audiences.
A good movie with a disastrous ending which ruins the hard work that the actors have done.
My rating is 1/5.