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Mimic

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Format: DVD (M)
Release Date: 11 April 2003
A brilliant scientist, Dr. Susan Tyler and her husband, Dr. Peter Mann, Deputy Director, Centre for Disease Control, team up in New York City where, to all appearances, they successfully eradicate an epidemic threatening the lives of scores of children. Dr. Tyler recombines the DNA of various species to create a biological counter agent to the carrier of the disease. She calls this new species the Judas breed and with the Dr. Mann's assistance introduces it into the bio-system on New York city. Three years later their cure has come back to haunt them with a vengeance. Their cure has taken on a life of it's own. They've altered the balance of nature, and nature is striking back!

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adrian Flor on
 
Just like the giant cockroaches in the movie mimic their predators (humans), director Guillermo Del Toro mimics David Fincher's style in "Seven": gimmicky opening credits, excessively dark photography, constant rain, claustrophobic atmosphere. Nonetheless, it is his superior craftsmanship and visual sense that elevates this otherwise standard, conventional monster movie into an above-average standard, conventional monster movie. He is helped, of course, by a capable cast (Mira Sorvino holds her own as the lead), and by the impressively designed creatures, which look much better than the monsters in some more recent horror films.
Tessa Chudy on
 
Ok so what could be more disgusting than a movie about cockroaches? How about a movie about giant cockroaches. The ick factor is very high here. Mimic does look great very dark and gloomy, and it has a capable cast, but it is not very compelling and cockroaches of any description are exemely offputting.

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