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Antibody

Antibody (2002) Movie Poster
  •  USA  •    •  90m  •    •  Directed by: Christian McIntire.  •  Starring: Lance Henriksen, Robin Givens, William Zabka, Gastón Pauls, Teodora Duhovnikova, Stella Ivanova, Kathleen Randazzo, Velizar Binev, Julian Vergov, Christian McIntire, Ken McGraw, Max Allan, Angelo George.  •  Music by: Scott Clausen.
       After a terrorist with an implanted nuclear detonator gets shot, a team of scientists must defuse the bomb by miniaturizing themselves and going into his bloodstream. His organism's antibodies start to mass against them.

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   Length:  Languages:  Subtitles:
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Review:

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I've seen this movie (in the German, lip-synchronized version) for the first time on the German Sci Fi Channel tonight, and my impression after seeing it was that the script for this movie must have probably fit on a napkin. As a German, I was doubly offended by this movie, because it unintentionally portrays a parallel world version of Germany in which human rights and freedom of press do not exist. Did they fear that droves of US-Americans would have wanted to emigrate to Germany, had they shown it like it really is? The "German" "police outfits" were simply green overalls with green baseball caps. The clich├ęs (or fears) of uninformed US-Americans about Germans were largely satisfied (bold, mean, Nazi-like, etc.), everything a US tourist could fear that could happen to himher (being arrested for no reason, having no right to call a lawyer, etc.). That the filmmakers did not even bother to get informed about Germany is speaking volumes about this movie.

Other bad aspects about the movie are the boring visuals (even in the CG scenes), as if only a couple of blood cells would bumble along the blood vessels, and the thin storyline. Oftentimes CG scenes were cut between acting scenes that were entirely unrelated to each other (like, when they discover the sender device, no image of it is shown, instead some outside fighting scenes showing the vessel). The disarmament scene is only partially shown (when the CIA guy wants to remove the numbered pylons from the chip, only a second of it is shown, then the film jumps to the next scene), ruining even the final scenes.

This movie certainly deserves a number of Golden Raspberries...


Review by flnca from the Internet Movie Database.