StorylineTwo young rebellious scientists are told by their employers to halt groundbreaking work that has seen them produce new creatures with medical benefits by splicing together multiple organisms' DNA. They decide to secretly continue their work, but this time splicing in human DNA.
Started out good, ended up not so good, looks like Species takeover
In my opinion, it is more like to Species series, the director was onto something in the beginning but then took the story into an unnecessary direction that might've still worked if there had been some real build up to those points which led to the conclusion. Sure there were some signs, but really not enough. Instead the movie ends in what can only be called a total WTF moment, the end is so predictable and it doesn't work at all. Not a horrible movie, but only average and not recommended.
|Vincenzo Natali||(screenplay) &|
|Antoinette Terry Bryant||(screenplay) and|
|Vincenzo Natali||(story) &|
|Antoinette Terry Bryant||(story)|
|Delphine Chanéac||...|| |
Dren (as Delphine Chaneac)
|Simona Maicanescu||...|| |
|David Hewlett||...|| |