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It does what it does quite capably ... maintaining a muscular, splattery propulsion that never descends into campily excessive gore or any other silliness despite the occasional flat line and plausibility lapse.
He stages scenes as live-action video games to downplay the derivativeness of it all.
There is ample evidence elsewhere in Pandemic that its makers know and care what they're doing. It's a shame they opted not to give us a better look at their creation.
While there's nothing especially wrong with videogame-inspired zombie flick Pandemic, there's not much that this rote genre entry gets especially right, either.
[John] Suits is trying to pick his shots and set them up just right so that they take you down.
A well-paced flick with good action and gore.
Pandemic is a zombie movie whose greatest battle isn't with the undead, but a gimmicky directing style that constantly threatens to derail the mostly enjoyable experience.
Pandemic only has its first-person perspective gimmick to separate itself from the herd-the characters are generic and boring, the plot points predictable, the special effects decently mediocre.
The first-person action scenes are a lot of fun, but everything else is so routine by this point that you may find yourself mentally going on autopilot whenever someone isn't fighting off hordes of infected.
Pandemic certainly won't spark a nationwide outbreak, but it's a sleek enough take on infection thrillers that's worth one good late-night watch.
Pandemic is best experienced with the tempered expectations of direct-to-video fare.
It's a B-movie, but one with periodic invention, working to give its audience a ride. Velocity is never achieved, but good intentions register clearly.
Your average zombie fest, ripe with gore and action!
The first person gimmick failed to capitalize on the genre. This could've been one of the scariest horror movies but they mixed gore with scares. The story was good but failed to create any real emotions, Nichols was by far the most promising role. They should've really focused on the communication of the team, this may have engaged the audience. The whole daughter rescue felt tacked on, didn't have any interest in her rescue.
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