Drama • PG-13 • 2011 • 1 hr 46 min
Realistic and poignant. The last shot will haunt you for days.
Soderbergh is a master at fusing interweaving parts into one film. And this one is no different.
Most realistic aspect? All of this being Gwyneth Paltrow’s fault.
Definitely a lot better Post pandemic and we've seen how it actually went down and the worst case scenario in the movie
Eerily creepy, to what's been going on in the world. Who would have thought that Steven Soderbergh could predict the future? :)
Watching this after COVID is a fascinating. This almost feels MORE realistic than what actually happened. Hard to evaluate it in a vacuum.
watched it during covid’s prime and found the similarities funny. good movie, shows just how quickly things can change
I love disaster/outbreak movies! This is one of the first one's I watched so even though it's not the best one out there, I still love it.
A lil too realistic, lmao. Its like they predicted covid
Watched this in the first month or so of Covid, gave me lots to look forward to
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