Antibody (2002)





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Lance Henriksen stars as ex-FBI agent Richard Gaynes in this made for video techno-thriller, which has much in common with the classic 1966 science fiction feature Fantastic Voyage. A brilliant bomb expert, Gaynes is miniaturized and injected into the bloodstream of comatose terrorist Anthony Moran (Julian Vergov). The reason? There's a microchip imbedded somewhere within Moran that is set to trigger a worldwide nuclear holocaust within 24 hours. Going along for the ride is the requisite Sexy Woman Scientist, played by Robin Givens. Originally rated R, Antibody was toned down a bit for its "official" US debut, which occurred February 8, 2003 on cable TV's Sci-Fi Channel.
R (For Violence)
Action & Adventure , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Robin Givens
as Dr. Rachel Saverini
William Zabka
as Emmerich
Kathleen Lambert
as Nancy Pearson
Velizar Binev
as Dr. Bickell
Ken McGraw
as Nordic Man
Max Allan
as Chef
Nell Truce
as Trudy
Val Constance
as Sergei
Victor Braun
as Cameraman
Fred Miner
as Bomb Squad Agent
Christian McIntire
as Agent Roth
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While the concept isn't too bad, and the movie actually well written for its type, it's still a sluggish forgettable movie with lackluster characters and bad computer imagery. Lance is the most noticeable thing about the movie, and is worth the watch, though its far from his most memorable role. Everything else about the movie is a hit or miss.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Fantastic Voyage without the novelty that film provided with a trip inside the human body. Or the special effects, for that matter, even competing against 1966. They bit off way more than their programmers could chew here with simplistic, dull sets and CGI. Obviously a European production as all non-starring roles populated with thick accents - good idea to set it in Berlin. Lance Henriksen does what he can with the script, which does offer its characters some opportunities for development. They sure as hell aren't competing with a barrage of special effects all the time. Robin Givens still lookin' good in 2002, but honey, shitcan the blue eyeshadow! That warpaint is scarier on you than the invading white blood cells.

Doctor Strangeblog
Doctor Strangeblog

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Innerspace + B movie + attempt to be serious = Antibody. This is a sci-fi in the tradition of the 60s sci-fis! If you are expecting quality - you will nor enjoy this move. If you enjoy campy, cheesy, fun... you may like this (if there is nothing else to watch! Good to see Robin Givens again, but I see why we see so little of her now!! Please do not try to take this movie serious in any way!!

Thomas Johnston
Thomas Johnston

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