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The Fly

1986
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1h 36m
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Rated 14 Mar 2018
91
92nd
Classic werewolf tale rendered as a laboratory opera. It's the 80's so there's shades of AIDS and cocaine running through Brundlefly's transformation, where Goldblum turns in his finest performance under pounds of makeup to sell the tragedy. Certain peripheral effects are dated but the final mutation sequence is one for the ages, you cannot get that kind of visceral power from CGI.
Rated 12 Nov 2014
88
95th
Classic story brilliantly transferred to the gory 80s. Perfectly manages to identify the two most interesting elements of the original: tragic family drama & surreal body horror, and update them. It's Cronenberg at his most mainstream and popular but also most thematically coherent and subtly poetic. Concepts of teleportation and metamorphosis fantastically sync with his favourite theme of fluid identities. The rubbery effects are glorious and the cast holds up well despite the pulpy material.
Rated 14 Jul 2014
81
97th
Oh my god. I was so not expecting this. I had no idea. There is no restraint, there is no inhibition: Cronenberg goes all-out tragedy, simultaneously laying on the SF silliness, camp, gore, etc., totally fucking -thick,- like he's fucking daring you not to succumb to the manipulation. Oh my god, this is hideous. Hideous and gorgeous.
Rated 03 Sep 2017
95
96th
You're telling me something that fucks on shit and eats garbage and is a sexed crazed maniac and when spliced with a fly turns into a monster. Colour me shocked , colour my flesh shocked.
Rated 13 Aug 2019
100
94th
Cronenberg is an evil genius Interesting storyline and grossly cool effects
Rated 25 Aug 2008
70
80th
setting aside the "eww" factor, this is a solid thriller. Goldblum oozes charisma in the beginning of the movie (and then just oozes). "I want to be the first insect politician" is an excellent line. Had the philosophy about the flesh and the subtle sexual undertones been explored better, the movie would have become quite the classic.
Rated 09 Dec 2007
87
88th
I think this is where Cronenberg truly finds his form. It's got some downright terrifying and disgusting special effects. Even now they make your skin crawl. Goldblum is amazing as a scientist so infatuated with his work that even as it transforms him into a mutant his work is all he can care about. Must see for any horror or Cronenberg fan.
Rated 23 Dec 2008
5
91st
David Cronenberg is a sick, sick man. At first, The Fly is horrifying because of the fact that Seth Brundle is a nice, ambitious guy who made a major fuck-up that is going to cost him a lot. And then it's horrifying because, well...Brundlefly is fucking creepy. Insect politics!
Rated 03 Apr 2010
9
93rd
Accomplishes everything it set out to do. It's also a really simple story but Cronenberg succeeds in giving it a great human element and he utilizes the gore and guts maybe better than anyone has before. Goldblum's performance has quickly become one of my favorites and I love this line: "My teeth have begun to fall out. The medicine cabinet is now the Brundle Museum of Natural History. You wanna see what else is in it?" Well deserved Best makeup Oscar.
Rated 19 May 2008
86
92nd
One of the best remakes in history, truly takes the plot into a new generation, and it's a great sci-fi/horror story at that.
Rated 16 Jan 2010
95
85th
About a guy who gets into a cool ass machine teleporter thingy, but a stupid ass fly gets in there with him and fucks him over badly. Turns the guy into a big giant fly man thing. In the end we learn it's not cool to be a mutant fly man, and you will die if you are. I always thought if I was eating a biscuit and a fly landed on it and I ate it by accident I too could be a mutant fly guy. Just never got around to it though
Rated 20 Oct 2012
84
93rd
It may be a larvae, but it's her larvae, and that makes it beautiful.
Rated 03 Oct 2020
95
84th
I can't believe I put this off for so long. I thought this was fantastic. I like that it's small scale and not overly complicated. Goldblum is excellent in practically two roles and the practical effects are very well done and quite creepy. I was not expecting such a tragic ending either. That really earned this movie a place in my all-time favorite horror movies. I don't really have much of anything to complain about here. It's just really well done from all corners.
Rated 08 Jul 2010
9
90th
A B-movie premise heightened to A-level status. Both tragic and sad when you think about it, a unique sci-fi story to which Cronenberg adds a psychological element to great effect. Loved the script, Goldblum's performance and make-up effects; A noteworthy classic.
Rated 16 Sep 2011
5
38th
ch-ch-ch-ch-changes
Rated 28 Jul 2018
10
99th
Well...Cronenberg certainly has a twisted mind...thing is I do too. The Fly is most known for its interesting visuals, that are even considerably better than every horror film today. However, at its core, Jeff Goldblum and his character are much more disturbing. Goldblum easily steals this and while it's fair to point out that the plot is lacking in many areas, so many other elements to this make it one of my favorites. There is more than just a man turning into a fly here.
Rated 21 Jan 2010
85
80th
The science is soft, but my goodness was I hard.
Rated 17 Aug 2011
60
50th
This film messes with me in several ways. I love Cronenberg's style and the tightness of his films. The scenes with simple body horrors such as nails being pulled, an arm being broken and vomit are the strokes of a master at work. The film is often quite brilliant, that much I will admit, and the first act hooks me right in. But once Goldblum starts wriggling his head and wearing that fly suit, it loses me completely, unfortunately.
Rated 15 Nov 2011
90
97th
Everyone might not agree, but Cronenberg's take on The Fly may be one of the best horror movies ever. He keeps the good parts of all three previous films - the gradual loss of sanity of the first, the tighter plot of the second, the dark conclusion of the third - while ditching the luddite moral of the originals and focusing on the personal psychodrama (heavily externalised, of course; it's Cronenberg). Brundlefly is both one of the yuckiest on-screen monsters and one of the most affecting.
Rated 17 Dec 2017
86
88th
Cronenberg takes a creepy, cheesy, and fun 1950s B-movie and turns it into a completely disgusting and thought provoking work of art. Takes a slow but steady pace as it plays out a central metaphor that could stand for any disease or slowly progressing syndrome, really driving it home by highlighting the darkly comedic tragedy of it all. A depressing and haunting experience. Goldblum plays a nerdy, awkward dude to perfection, but who would doubt that he couldn't?
Rated 14 Aug 2007
84
95th
The greatest sci-fi/horror film of the 1980s (in second place is THE THING). Or rather, sci-fi/horror/romance. So much is great about this movie: the themes (love triangle, romantic tragedy, memory and reality, the dark side of genius or success, transformation, disease, abortion), the cast (all three principals are great - not to mention the fourth, the baboon), the characters, the dialogue, the music. See also my reviews of ALTERED STATES and SOMEWHERE IN TIME, both from 1980.
Rated 13 Aug 2008
96
97th
Wow, this was always one of my favourite Cronenberg films but I never recognised it as one of his all time masterpieces until recently (perhaps I initially dismissed it as too 'commercial' or some bullshit). This is one of the most emotional horror films ever, such a beautiful, tragic love story. I sobbed through my last rewatch of this lol. That ending kills me.
Rated 01 Aug 2009
8
94th
The Kafka influence is unmistakable, and while Cronenberg maintains the darkly comic tone present in The Metamorphosis, he infuses it with his own unique brand of body horror, making this existential tale of an ambitious young scientist who finds himself turning into an insect as horrific as it is incredibly poignant. A great horror film that doubles as an even better drama. Terrific cast, too.
Rated 11 Jul 2007
4
83rd
Tragic tale about scientific hubris and giant bugs. Some of Cronenberg's best.
Rated 31 Jul 2010
90
90th
'The Fly's stroke of genius is, that it takes a young couple in love and makes you sympathize with them only to transform one part into both the classic mad scientist and his own horrible creation at the same time. Cronenberg focuses on Brundle's mental as well as his physical transformation and doesn't loose any of the sympathy for him along the way. On the contrary. The result is an absolutely heartbreaking bodyhorror/tragic love story.
Rated 27 Sep 2017
75
64th
Cronenberg and Goldblum actually seem to unearth a masterpiece between them. Masterfully acted and unnervingly shot, The Fly is the type of film that you won't soon forget, for its entertainment value, shock, and some charm.
Rated 25 Sep 2010
70
79th
Cronenburg, with help from Goldblum, makes what is a ridiculous concept, and turn it into a creepy atmospheric creep show.
Rated 29 Apr 2009
4
93rd
The transformation could serve as a metaphor of aging or drug abuse, and the alienation it can lead to. The ending is just devastating.
Rated 09 May 2014
8
98th
captures both the visceral repulsiveness of body-horror and the harrowing, destabilising nature of psychological horror, not as separate essences but spliced together into a disgusting, heartbreaking fusion. or, to look at it another way, it demonstrates how the two were always one and the same. fundamentally i think every horror movie is trying and failing to be as elemental, invasive and fucked up as this.
Rated 15 Nov 2009
90
93rd
A rare case of great original, great remake. Whilst completely recapturing the essence of it's main character's slide into desperate madness, Cronenberg opts for body-horror, and manages to conceptualise the most unsettling monster, I've ever seen on film. A side character is poorly written, but where the original Fly seems slightly dated, this one has lost non of it's potency. And you know it's a bad day, when your penis has fallen off, and you have put it in a jar for future studies.
Rated 05 Aug 2008
70
26th
You'd think that its status as a horror classic would ensure that it'd be a great film, but there's one problem: the cast. They seem straight out of 80s romantic comedies and seem ludicrously artificial in this film.
Rated 29 Apr 2009
94
93rd
One of Cronenberg's best films.
Rated 25 Oct 2009
80
81st
2nd viewing [previous rank 50/100]: I saw it as a child and the only thing I remembered were those disgusting scenes with limbs breaking and being melted by acid, and all that stuff. Actually, this is also a very well acted romantic drama with a truly sad ending. The cast really makes this entertaining. Also, I have a weak spot for Geena.
Rated 30 Dec 2011
70
76th
Cronenberg updates the classic novella into a brilliant but heartbreaking modern day horror story. The film is every bit as gross as you can expect from him, but the grossness isn't there just for the shock value. It makes the viewer really experience the horrible metamorphosis Brundle is going through. Truly, an entertaining movie.
Rated 13 Dec 2006
89
84th
Jeff Goldblum is incredible in this role. Cronenberg creates a disturbing yet fun film with a creepy vibe.
Rated 21 Jan 2010
86
85th
Cronenberg's trademark body horror as an absolutely heartbreaking, horrifying metaphor for drug addiction and other matters of alienation, deformity, pregnancy, anatomical perception, etc.
Rated 11 May 2009
7
74th
Cronenberg doing mainstream horror is creepy as hell.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
85
76th
Thanks to David Cronenberg's direction and affinity for gruesomely detailed special effects and props, The Fly is a completely unforgettable sci-fi thriller. Jeff Goldblum is terrific as a scientist who is too involved with his work to care about anything else while he transforms into a monster, endangering the only woman he loves and himself. Really good!
Rated 23 May 2015
90
97th
Oh my god. What I expected was a The Thing-esque over-the-top gory horror/suspense movie. What I got was a twisted romance/drama about a guy who happens to transform into a man-fly hybrid. And let's just say it affected me more than a movie with that description has any right to. Jeff Goldblum absolutely kills it, the special effects are beautiful and occasionally worth an "oh god!" or "what the fuck!", and the pacing is spot-on, slow but relentless and inevitable. A disturbing piece of art.
Rated 01 Oct 2020
86
62nd
Goldblum is fantastic, and Davis is great as well! They worked really well on screen together, and their chemistry really showed. The effects in this great, and I'm amazed I haven't heard much about them. The pacing in the beginning was a bit fast, but It eventually found it's groove and worked really well. Would definitely recommend if you're a sci-fi fan!
Rated 24 Feb 2020
73
78th
A clever spin on the old consequences-of-messing-with-nature plot, only this time Goldblum's character is not a mad genius but rather a victim of his own experiment gone awry. He is excellent, and his horrific transformation generates much sympathy. It's to his credit, as well as Cronenberg's, that it plays effectively as tragedy rather than camp or farce, because it's a fine line with this kind of material. Davis is also noteworthy in an early breakout role.
Rated 12 Aug 2010
51
25th
I pretty much got what I was expecting from this insectoid thriller, except that I didn't find it that horrifying. The 'eww' factor was definitely present in this Cronenberg film featuring a driven scientist (Goldblum) falling in love with a reporter (Davis) as he experiments with teleportation. The make-up that transforms Goldblum into a humongous fly is impressive, but the acting and general atmosphere falls short in giving me the engagement and sense of fear that I was hoping for.
Rated 12 Jun 2014
30
5th
This is DISGUSTING!!!!!
Rated 01 Aug 2007
72
77th
This reimagining of the original '50s film is certainly a great one. This adaptation retains most of the intrigue seen in the original, but adds much more horror and updates the original idea to a more intense outcome. The gradual mutation and dip into insanity of Brundle makes for gripping viewing as he fights to contain his inner self as the film nears its climax in the full development of the self-proclaimed Brundle-Fly. Gross, but great.
Rated 15 Feb 2010
10
97th
Disgusting. Utterly brilliant however.
Rated 10 Aug 2019
82
90th
Loved it. Brundlefly is crazy. Loved everything else about the story too
Rated 01 Sep 2010
91
94th
An excellent, excellent remake. Cronenberg seems to be a master in exploring facets of the human body, which will leave pretty much everyone squirming. What better medium to use than the story of The Fly? The make-up effects are brilliant. Goldblum's performance is absolutely on the money, both sympathetic yet hard-driven to succeed. You can't help but exhale deeply as the credits role, what a ride!
Rated 08 Oct 2018
95
80th
Fucking brilliant Cronenberg. A nice consolidation of themes he'd worked over for awhile. I still feel physically ill thinking about Brundlefly.
Rated 01 Nov 2019
93
94th
A testament to the power of practical effects. Goldbum is perfect casting
Rated 15 Mar 2013
85
85th
The Fly perfectly illustrates that "horrific" doesnt necessarily equate to "scary". In much the same way as 'The Thing' (82) is horrific because of the sense of helplessness and inevitability, the Fly is horrific in that the changes to Brundle are completely remorseless in their gross, gory detail. I marvel at films prior to CGI when FX were created by real invention, artistry and creativity. the Fly is a great story, Goldblum and Davis are simply perfect and the effects terrific. A True classic
Rated 27 Feb 2008
65
71st
ger; [Die Fliege]; ein wissenschaftler macht einen selbstversuch mit teleportation, doch eine fliege ist mit von der partie
Rated 20 Jan 2010
85
92nd
Cronenberg doesn't shy away from any "taboo" themes and he never puts out gratuitous violence just for the sake of shock value. His movies usually contain themes on how we perceive our human anatomy and our reactions to deformities and physical aberrations. The cycle of birth, life, and death is all symbolically interpreted in the Fly through how technology corrupts and replaces some of who we are.
Rated 07 Aug 2015
90
84th
The possibility of the metaphor. That's what fantasy should be all about.
Rated 12 Nov 2017
87
77th
BACK-FILLING WHOLE LOT OF FILMS NOT SEEN FOR A LONG, LONG TIME -> Recall/Scores may be 20-30% off. Not at all offended, grateful actually, if anyone wants 2 drop me a cordial msg if think memory dulled a gem or gave a rosy tint to a clunker. IE. Tell me WHY I am wrong & what U think I should've scored. Love film chat/debate
Rated 10 Jul 2010
81
96th
Transformations of body and mind always has been a fascinating subject for me. When I first saw Cronenberg's Fly I was 10 or so years old. As you can imagine a movie like that is bound to leave a mark on kids mind. Now I revisited the movie again, only to find the greater philosophical depth of metamorphosis of human and technology. Make up effects are astonishing. Not as free from Hollywood conventions as Tetsuo, but a masterpiece in its own right.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
82
71st
One of the best remakes I've seen. It's no wonder this is Cronenberg's most successful film. Goldblum kicks ass.
Rated 17 Feb 2010
78
75th
Nobody does mutation better than Cronenburg.
Rated 02 Mar 2023
70
66th
Worth a watch for the practical effects and Jeff Goldblum. Because the plot is so basic, I like that it’s concise and to the point.
Rated 14 Dec 2008
95
97th
Indescribably entertaining and engrossing in every aspect. Goldblum is a different kind of mad scientist: no longer cackling and deliberately hostile, just a guy who loves what he does a little too much. The effects are believable, effective, and totally disgusting.
Rated 09 Mar 2013
77
64th
This is a really well made horror film. David Cronenberg does an excellent job with this creepy story of a man slowly turning into a human fly. Jeff Goldblum is excellent in the lead role and Genna Davis is also very good here. I recommend this horror movie.
Rated 21 May 2007
91
92nd
A brilliant film that utilizes a genetic mutation as a parable for AIDS or any other disease. Horrific, but also incredibly touching.
Rated 13 Jun 2008
87
96th
Very Nice
Rated 28 Nov 2006
75
84th
Aptly made by an expert in gorey visuals, and starring the amiable Geena Davis and Jeff Goldblum, the 1986 remake of The Fly is a solid film in terms of both horror and drama.
Rated 03 Jan 2015
76
74th
I watched "The Fly" for the first time in 2015 and must admit that I was still engrossed by the effects. Despite the logical flaws (the ape would be expected to merge with the DNA of all his ticks and flees, bacteria etc. as well), I really enjoyed this movie. Partly because Davis and Goldblum are pretty sexy, but mostly because Davis' character is just so outstandingly well written. And because the story is fascinatingly gross.
Rated 19 May 2013
60
63rd
Any film that gives the "No...I can't!" line in the end automatically gets docked some points
Rated 19 Jul 2009
81
74th
This was really unsettling and uncomfortable. I think I found the fingernail scene to be the worst, but all of Brundlefly was really pretty unsettling.
Rated 11 Jan 2017
82
89th
A thoroughly effective, gruesome and affecting take on the 1958 film. Very good indeed.
Rated 27 Oct 2008
85
80th
Drags on at parts, but Jesus what a moving ending.
Rated 17 May 2011
91
79th
David Cronenberg combines his trademark affinity for gore and horror with strongly developed characters, making The Fly a surprisingly affecting tragedy.
Rated 28 Nov 2008
87
81st
Shocking in its brutality at times, but ultimately tragic and completely human in its approach to such a bizarre premise. One of the few remakes to completely outshine the original. Goldblum is at his best, and Cronenberg's telling of what sounds silly on paper is chilling and downright horrific.
Rated 07 Aug 2012
81
33rd
A silly film that doesn't take itself very seriously, which is what makes it enjoyable. Lots of laughs, some intended, some maybe not intended. Goldblum and Davis make a great leading pair.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
95
97th
I hadn't seen this since I was a wee lad, when it traumatized me deeply. Seeing it through adult eyes now, I think this is both one of the best science fiction movies ever made and Cronenberg's masterpiece. It has all of his bizarre and borderline inexplicable ideas on the body and the machine distilled to perfection and encapsulated in a simple, elegant love story. Shore has never made a better score, Goldblum/Davis are in their primes, and the creature work is deservedly legendary.
Rated 16 Mar 2012
85
48th
Jeff Goldblum rocks as the Mad Scientist! Great Horror/Sci-Fi film.
Rated 28 Oct 2019
80
81st
Cronenberg distills horror into its most base elements, relying on sheer anticipation to bring terror long before Brundlefly. The unstoppable Goldblum energy comes up against the immovable object of the inevitable transformation and the result is beautifully incongruous. Atmospherically so dense you hardly have time to think about political metaphors until after it's over and you're left thinking about what just transpired.
Rated 19 Aug 2008
89
86th
Given that the efx are practical and uneven & the unusual way the lead reacts to the most disconcerting changes, some of this should play out as laughable, but Cronenberg and his 2 leads manage to avoid it. Their performances are key, especially Davis, who has to convincingly pull off she loves a man who turns into a hideous creature. Cronenberg throws in a bit about loving "flesh" which doesn't really mean much but does give the impression he's trying to say something profound.
Rated 22 Dec 2021
90
84th
This movie is everything that makes 80's movies great. The special effects were gory and gross. The story has a deeper meaning that is laced throughout the movie that rewards the audience who is looking for more than just a classic horror movie. Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis are awesome in this movie - Goldblum especially does a great job of portraying an unassuming scientist who turns into a manic freak. I was constantly surprised by how human and intelligent the dialog was in this movie.
Rated 24 Aug 2015
85
65th
I need to rewatch this. I saw it as a kid and it remained ingrained in my memory as a horrid but possible scenario. It's definitely a classic and i remember Goldblum totally rocked it.
Rated 19 Jan 2013
83
89th
Cronenberg does genre without relying on genre conventions.
Rated 06 Aug 2019
65
47th
Simplistic and in parts entirely pointless, but altogether quite watchable for a classic 80's movie.
Rated 23 Jul 2009
60
29th
Extremely poor effects, thus the classic should have been left alone.
Rated 29 Jun 2012
75
60th
Wow that was depressing... This is a film I will not soon forget. As a former researcher, it's a reminder that without proper preparation and protocol things can go so wrong so quickly. I have no remorse for Goldblum's detestable character who was very selfish and sloppy, needlessly sacrificing himself and then bullying his girlfriend for his own mistakes.
Rated 28 Jan 2007
85
91st
Brilliant, gooey body horror.
Rated 14 Aug 2007
84
21st
weird
Rated 21 Sep 2022
80
85th
This is such a wild ride. I recall faintly seeing it as a kid and only remembering the fly puke part, but now re-watching it, it's really a genius horror movie, with a love story to boot. A lot of disgusting stuff happens here, but that is not really the main point here. It's very intense and you are just waiting for the next turn of events to be way worse... and it's still a lot more harrowing than you'd expect. Powerful and crazy. Really enjoyed this one.
Rated 10 Jan 2010
93
98th
Goldblum is at his most Goldblumiest in this movie, even when he's barely recognizable and melting peoples' hands off with his spit.
Rated 13 May 2015
80
46th
The effects are so perfectly gross
Rated 22 Dec 2010
69
60th
"Brundlefly" cracks me up; it sounds hilarious. Liked the movie less than I'd expected to, but it was quite close to being very good, and there's plenty to like about it. Only thing I actively disliked was John Getz' character.
Rated 28 Sep 2017
85
90th
cronenberg'in ne kadar özel bir yönetmen olduğunun en iyi göstergelerinden. film izleme deneyiminin, yalnızca bir olay akışı takip etmek olmadığını, plot'ta film boyu esasen olan/olacak her şeyi verip onu kullanımında seyirciyi *huylandırma* -ki bunu başarmak sanıldığı kadar kolay değil, yalnızca iğrençliğe bakmıyor- ötesinde konuya ciddi bir derinlik kazandırarak kanıtlıyor. janr oyunları bir yana, felsefi yönü diğer yana...
Rated 18 Aug 2009
84
77th
A terrifically smart, but pleasurably gory B-movie. Under the very filmic fascade of it is a serious inspection on terminal disease, body deterioration, and death, lead by a sympathetic Goldblum and excellently gruey effects. I am a bit let down by the rather sudden ending.
Rated 16 Jun 2014
80
72nd
Another totally unbelievable plot. I mean, come on, in what universe does a chick like Geena Davis end up with a nerd like Jeff Goldblum? The special effects weren't bad though.
Rated 18 May 2007
97
94th
Cronenberg at his best!
Rated 02 Jan 2015
50
0th
David Cronenberg #4
Rated 14 Oct 2012
95
93rd
Brilliant. Jeff Goldblum is simply phenomenal throughout. I don't think Cronenberg's body horror has ever been more uncomfortable or more terrifying. Strangely poignant and sad, in the end.
Rated 11 Jul 2008
80
77th
Goldblum's performance is great. The effects are also perfect. A damn depressing film, in a good way.
Rated 30 Mar 2016
70
69th
"The Fly" has a very strong build-up in which we get to know the characters and identify with them. Slowly, hints that something's gone horribly wrong start to emerge and segue into the final act, that justifies the application of the term "horror film". The characters are interesting, the acting is realistic (especially by Goldblum but also Davis most of the time), the make-up, effects and direction are excellent and the allegorical aspects of the story give the film some extra gravitas.
Rated 18 Aug 2023
79
63rd
audiovisual 85 acting 78 overall feeling 75 avg 79
Rated 01 Feb 2008
68
61st
I was never much interested of this Fly phenomenon.
Rated 18 Jan 2016
65
47th
I love Cronenberg's usual themes about flesh, body and the question of essence emanating from them and this one is quiet successful in throwing the disgusting obsession of science about manipulating the genes and etc back to their faces by saying that it causes only catastophes and becomes inhuman to push the authenticity of the humanbeings that much. However it is a one-dimensional and visually dull film looking like a B-movie.
Rated 24 May 2008
78
54th
Revolutioary at the time... but meh.
Rated 05 Dec 2011
87
1st
Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), a brilliant but eccentric scientist, meets Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis), a journalist for Particle magazine, at a meet-the-press event held by Bartok Science Industries, the company that provides funding for Brundle's work. Seth takes Veronica back to the warehouse that serves as both his home and laboratory, and shows her a project that will change the world: a set of "Telepods" that allows instantaneous teleportation of an object from one pod to another. Veronica

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