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Extinction (2018)

Scifi | 95 minutes
2,68 463 votes

Genre: Scifi / Thriller

Duration: 95 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Ben Young

Stars: Michael Peña, Lizzy Caplan and Emma Booth

IMDb score: 5,8 (57.971)

Releasedate: 15 July 2018


Extinction plot

"We were not here first"

Peter has a recurring nightmare in which he loses his family. This eventually becomes a reality when the Earth is occupied by a force bent on violence and destruction. Together with his wife Alice, they have to fight for their lives and Peter notices a previously unknown power within him to protect his family at all costs.

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avatar van Dj666


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  • 2 votes

Netflix has few things that are still interesting, you have to search a lot (and far) and I say honestly. I enjoyed this film.

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At the beginning, this movie seems like many other invasion movies, but I was pleasantly surprised at the end. It wasn't a real top film, the acting was decent, but I certainly enjoyed the film. The film was slightly different from most films in this genre, and the ending was not predictable for me.

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avatar van eRCee


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The storyline itself, including twist, is fine, but the elaboration a lot less. The dialogues, for example, where the background noise is invariably minimized, is very clichéd. The acting is also weak and those children were exasperating. In this way, what is happening on the screen naturally does not come alive with the viewer.

And then about the logic:
Who is waging a war by letting their ground soldiers roam around buildings to shoot the residents?
And if the robots are already aware of this invasion and preparing, can you really think of nothing better than a super-secret escape route that the majority of your people know nothing about, so that they are miserably slaughtered?

It's a shame that these kinds of basic things are neglected in the profession of script writing.

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