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Summary: Authorities brutally quarantine a country as it succumbs to fear and chaos when a virus strikes. The literal walling-off works for three decades until the dreaded Reaper virus violently resurfaces in a major city. An elite group of specialists is urgently dispatched into the still-quarantined country to retrieve a cure by any means possible.
A mixture of elements from all film genres is thrown into Doomsday, a gory and overly violent post apocalyptic sci-fi homage. It respectfully borrows and divides its plotline from Mad Max and Escape from New York. This intelligent mash-up of films combines to make a fun, bloody, illogical, shameless and nonsensical laughfest of a film. Just turn your brain off and enjoy it as it is.
Mix of "Escape from New York" with dash of "Mad Max" and some "Resident Evil". Oh, and it goes medieval too. Sounds like someones wet dream, but doesn't even qualify to be 'so bad it's good'. But I guess it could work with lots of booze and a good mood.
A fine, rollicking action flick which blatantly and hilariously disregards any sense of logic and common sense in able to offer us bountiful laughs, sight gags and gore. Turn off your brain and have a good time, suckas.
Didn't have high expectations but they were still all crushed. I've never seen such boring action. The movie is set in the future, so why the hell did they have knights, that's right, like 13th century type knights. Such an unintentionally funny movie. Grade: F
A shameless rip-off of equal parts The Road Warrior, Escape From New York, and (so I'm told) Excalibur that ultimately works so long as you're down for some relatively mindless entertainment. I suppose if you're going to rip off other films, you should probably pick great ones; this film is a great, fun example of that mash-up mindset.
A film that tries to redefine the idea of post apocalyptic films never really settles in comfortably into a particular genre, and seemingly finds itself floating somewhere in movie space. It was one of those films that scored the "It's so bad, it's good" sympathy points, but certainly could have used better flow and a much more refined script.