DVD The Invaders: Genesis

DVD The Invaders: Genesis
DVD The Invaders: Genesis

Run time: 90 min
Rating: 4.2
Genres: Action | Thriller
Director: Antonio Ienco, Mark Pagliaroli
Writers: Mark Pagliaroli
Stars: Joseph Canale, Sirwrath Chhean, Michael Colonnese
After a modern day nuclear war, the world is in shambles. A peace keeping officer battles a terrorist group for control of a small town in a last chance to rebuild society.
Country: Canada
Release Date: 2 November 2012 (Japan)

1 Comment

  1. A tiresomely and poorly written script of yet another nuclear war leaving a vigilante ex- military group to police the local populace. Oddly for such devastation (The destructive nuclear part consists of a few piles of bricks.) they wear clothes that look newly off the shelf and ride equally new motorcycles. The town is suppose to be protected except you never see the town or it's people except for two girls and a guy. Fifty percent of the movie is filmed in an abandoned warehouse and the remainder in surrounding woods. The action scenes consist of running around with fake guns with a few mixed martial arts dance steps tossed in. Really annoying audio in which everyone sounds like they're talking into a bottle which echoes between excessively loud and barely audible. It's hard to tell which is worse the trite sophomoric dialogue or the read-the-teleprompter a- line-at-a-time acting. Everyone needs a start at a job but it can only be bad product when nine of the ten actors are doing this for the first time with the one having a filmography of a few TV spots. The ending made as little sense as the rest of the plot leaving the viewer with "OK now what?" As a similar time period alternative I recommend "Flypaper".

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