Dragon Day (2013)

Dragon Day (2013)





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Duke, an out-of-work NSA engineer, finds his family stuck in a small mountain town the day a devastating cyberattack destroys the U.S. as we know it. Every microchip 'Made in China' has been infected with a virus that rapidly shuts down all modern technology. Duke's fate becomes intertwined with a Mexican migrant worker as they fight the odds to survive in a chaotic world without water, food or power. (c) Official Site
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
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The only thing good about it is the premise. Great idea...terrible execution. And I can see past the obvious signs of it being low-budget if it's well-written, but this, however, was not well written. If I feel a movie will be down my alley like I felt with this one, rarely do I end up disliking it...It could be "subpar" but 9 times out of 10 I won't go so far as to say it was bad or I hated it. This is one of those rare cases where even I will say it was bad. And a note about another review, I don't recall any time in the movie where it was implied that guns used microchips or were disabled.

Scott Barlage
Scott Barlage

Dragon Day was a compelling film to watch. Although clearly a very low-budget movie, it did not suffer from frequent ills of indie films-- the pacing is very rapid, and the story unfolds quickly, and I admire the filmmakers for boldly taking on such a big topic with such limited means.

Sonny Valdez
Sonny Valdez

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