Doomsday

"Mankind has an expiration date."

The movie was released in the United States in March of 2008 and May of 2008 in the United Kingdom. The movie was directed and written by Neil Marshall; who was a British science fiction film writer. The producers of the movie were Benedict Carver and Steven Paul. The complete running time for the movie at the theater was one hour and forty-five minutes. The genre for the movie is science fiction, thriller, and fantasy. The movie was filmed at the Rogue Pictures, Crystal Sky Pictures, and Intrepid Pictures Studios.

The cast for the movie was Rhona Mitra played the role of Major Eden Sinclair leads a specialized team to combat the resurfacing Reaper Virus. Bob Hoskins plays the role of Major Sinclair’s boss in the government. Malcolm McDowell plays the role of Marcus Kane. Major Sinclair’s specialized team Chris Robinson plays the role as Miller and Adrian Lester played the role of Sergeant Norton. Alexander Siodig plays the role of Great Britain’s Prime Minister John Hatcher.

The main story takes place when the deadly Reaper Virus has infected the British Isles killing millions of people. British government and authorities now have to quarantine the entire country only to prevent any disaster that may end the human race. The quarantine actually works for three decades but for some reason the Reaper Virus resurfaces into another country that the government decides to give Major Sinclair orders to this time find a cure.

Major Sinclair personally picks a group of specialist into the quarantine in one of the larger and major cities to only be faces with obstacles of fear by the people. The allege country has been shut-off from the entire world, but Major Sinclair will do what it takes to get a cure for the deadly virus. The Reaper Virus continues to spread throughout the country letting the society regress to an era that is more primal and simpler.

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| 2008 | 1 hr 45 min | 6.0/10
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Neil Marshall
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English
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