A couple of soldiers break into a locked facility and kill a bunch of people. Based on watching these scenes, it appears that being repeatedly shot by automatic weapons is a fairly peaceful way to go. It's less painful then being hit in the head with a basketball.
Then we're off to the bunker, which is filled with people of questionable intellect. Shouldn't the survivors be people who don't act like drunk patrons watching a bar fight? There's no one likable here so hopefully they all die.
Honestly, I can't tell you much about the plot because it's not very cohesive. It lost my interest fairly quickly and I didn't enjoy it. The actors don't seem to have any experience, and the dialogue doesn't help. I guess the only good thing I can say is that it's not the worst thing I've ever seen, and at least they accomplished their goal of making a movie. Low budget movies can be fun to make, but it doesn't mean they're fun to watch.
|This press conference seems menacing.|
|Why is there a thin black rectangle around the bullet hole?|
|These guys are super calm when faced with intruders shooting|
automatic weapons. Note the spray of blood on the right.
|It seems like their victims should be full of holes...|
|...but they look pretty peaceful and there's hardly any blood.|
|Don't roll your eyes while saying your lines|
|Primitive green screen|
|After they get to the bunker, this shot comes out of nowhere|
|A sheet with stenciling? This must be a government facility|
|Aw hell, these idiots are our future?|