Quarantine 2: Terminal 2011 R CC

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In this sequel to the terrifying hit "Quarantine", the virus has escaped the infected building and is now on board a late-night flight... where no one is safe from infection.

Starring:
Mercedes Mason, Josh Cooke
Runtime:
1 hour, 27 minutes

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Genres Science Fiction, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director John Pogue
Starring Mercedes Mason, Josh Cooke
Supporting actors Mattie Liptak, Ignacio Serricchio, Noree Victoria, Bre Blair, Lamar Stewart, George Back, Phillip DeVona, Julie Gribble, Erin Aine Smith, Lynn Cole, Tom Thon, Sandra Ellis Lafferty, Tyler Kunkle, John Curran, Andrew Benator, Jason Benjamin, Beau Turpin, Neko Parham
Studio Samuel Goldwyn Films
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on July 2, 2011
Format: DVD
I thought the first movie was lousy. I watched this one with extreme prejudice. The movie starts building the characters of 2 stewardesses. Then as they help and greet passengers we get a glimpse of the passenger backgrounds. We already know there is going to be an infection, but who? The co-pilot is sick. He thinks he got it from his dog. There is a woman on board from an apartment building. Her cat is with her. The cat had left the building which she claims is very unusual. There is a man with some hamsters. Another man helps him with the hamsters and gets bit. There is an elderly man who is sick along with his wife, and a woman who has just returned from overseas, and a few others. A man is watching the events unfold from outside the apartment building from the first picture on his laptop. This one picks up where the other leaves off except the action is in an airplane.

Once a passenger gets infected and isolated in the restroom, the plane is told to land. It hooks up to a terminal where they are quarantined. Now it is just a matter of who lives and who dies.

The first thing I noticed is they got rid of the hand held camera nonsense and had enough money to make this into a regular movie. They still jerked the camera around when an infected human attacked to give you that terror feel. The animal sounds made by the infected humans didn't seem to be real or coming from the people making them. There is room for improvement as they kept the door open for an infinite amount of sequels.

Acting was a lot better than the first one. Better story line. Quick and effective introduction of characters before the action starts.

MF/F-bomb, no nudity, some implied sex, no real sex scenes. four and a half stars.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 4, 2011
Format: DVD
The first Quarantine, which was a so-so remake of the spectacular Spanish thriller [REC], spawns a direct to DVD sequel with Quarantine 2: Terminal, and the biggest surprise here is that this sequel is surprisingly good, and better than the film that came before it. During the events of the first film, a plane taking off from Los Angeles ends up becoming the breeding ground for the same kind of rage/zombie virus for the crew and passengers alike, forcing them to land at a terminal and, you guessed it, get quarantined and race against the growing odds to survive. What really makes Quarantine 2 so good is that it's surprisingly well-filmed, well-acted, and even more surprisingly taut and suspenseful as well. Though it has its share of shortcomings, Quarantine 2 makes the most of its minimal budget and delivers the goods, which is something that many, many horror films of this type should take a big cue from. Check it out, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Armando N. Roman VINE VOICE on December 18, 2012
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While many people threw their usual "remakes are bad!" fit when the first Quarantine came out, I thought it was good. I liked [REC] better, but when it came down to it, Quarantine was nearly the exact same movie, shot for shot, and if I hadn't seen [REC] first, I might have liked it more instead. [REC]'s sequel didn't do anything for me and ended up disappointing me more than anything else. Quarantine 2, oddly enough, did the same thing. I had to watch this movie over the course of a week, watching about 15 minutes here and there, watching other movies instead, and coming back to it, only forcing myself to see how it ends in the off chance that something cool happened. Look, I'm not the kind of guy who oogles over actresses in a movie, saying that they make it worth watching, but this is one of those few times where I'll say that the best thing about the movie is the leading lady. Quarantine 2 tones down everything that made the first one worth watching. Unless you have a fear of flying, and maybe airports too, there's nothing here that'll scare anyone who's seen a horror movie before.

Rather than picking up where the last one left off, we meet a new group of characters as they board a plane. Everything starts out as normal, until a man brings on his kindergarten class' hamsters. No one checks to see what's in the cage, and he's allowed to put them in the overhead storage with other luggage.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By damgrunt on January 3, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I would like to first start off by saying that i liked the first movie "Quarantine". I usually don't like the first person viewpoint movies, but for this genre, it was pretty nice to see a change up. I think this sequel ruined some of the charm from the first one. The infected people were slightly different in the sequel, which was naturally for the worse, and the characters seemed to be dumber than the average horror movie victim. We've seen enough TV and movies to know when a person gets bit by somebody who is foaming from the mouth, you should probably steer clear of that person. and when the recently bit, starts biting others, you should see a pattern developing and do something about it. You aren't supposed to play dumb until you're dead, mainly because it aggravates the audience. I feel like I just watched 10 people in a room with with a zombie and each of them taking turns getting bit, while the next in line says, "Are you ok?"

Having complained a little, I'll admit there was a nice location choice with the terminal, I was really glad they didn't stay on the plane.the gore was pretty good and the actors did a good job portraying idiots and infected people. the CDC/Super sneaky agency was again merciless which kept a nice "No way out" feeling throughout the movie. the ending was less than par and i feel like it could have ended up just as good without trying to give closure/reasoning to the outbreak story. the backstory should have been left to the viewers imagination. In all the movie wasn't completely terrible, but the character decisions annoyed me and the revealing of the "How it all started, who did it, and what's next" was pretty disappointing. so three stars from me.

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