At times very strong plot
Over the top action isn't done justice because of its poor stylistic camera work
Weak character development
Popcorn entertainment, and makes the most of the setup for the B movie schlock. Don't expect a 28 days later style version of the plague and you are fine! not worthy of the low box office gross IMO
One more con--the blatant Bentley ad-placement in the last 15 minutes or so is a bit of a distraction.
Disregarding that and trying to force yourself to enjoy this monstrosity, you have the wild inconsistencies that keep appearing. For instance: a bunker located beneath a mountain in a country that's been sealed for three decades. (mild spoils) Said bunker not only contains a mid 2000s model Bentley, but gasoline. Not just any gasoline, but gasoline that has gone untreated for 30 years and remains perfectly viable!
Don't even get me started on the fact that she finds a (for the time) current model cell phone.
I suppose in the light of positivity I can say that everything about this movie tried exceptionally hard. From the dramatic moments that fell flatter than a pancake, to the cumbersome musical score. It was all a very solid try. Not a good one, mind you, but a solid one.
Again, all characters, set pieces, storyline, down to the damn cars they drove we're all borrowed from some better movie. I wouldn't recommend watching this movie unless you can turn your brain off and enjoy a recycled homage of you're favorite action/sci-fi movies.
It's worth a watch if there's nothing else on and you're in the mood for that sort of thing. Otherwise, I'd say skip it and go see something better.