The Rats

1997, Drama, 1h 37m

5 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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In central Spain in the 1950s, a boy (Álvaro Monje) lives with his widowed father (José Caride) on the outskirts of a poverty-stricken village.

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  • Aug 25, 2009
    The Rats is a well made TV B-Movie. It picks some excellent talent to drive this along and leading the way is Madchen Amick. She suits her character so well, you almost believe this is how the actress would live her life. Chase manages to pull off the daughter role without being annoying. I was never cheering on the rats and there were a few scenes that made me shudder. Like Willard, this will have me checking my toilet for a while. It also attempts a bit of a mystery as to why the rats are flocking and commentates on the deceptive nature of politics. I'd still rather watch the remake of Willard, but if this came on TV I doubt I'd change the channel.
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  • Jun 07, 2008
    ----------------------------- Please save your life; I didn't even find the words for making a comment... :( 23/100
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