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Phase IV ist ein britisch-US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahre Es ist der einzige Spielfilm, bei dem – neben einigen Kurzfilmen – Saul Bass Regie führte, der eher für seine markanten Filmvorspänne bekannt ist. Phase IV (Alternativtitel Phase 4) ist ein britisch-US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film aus dem Jahre Es ist der einzige Spielfilm, bei dem – neben. Phase IV oder Phase 4 steht für: Phase IV (Film), US-amerikanischer Science-Fiction-Film (); Phase IV – Spiel des Todes, US-amerikanischer Action-Film. minesource.eu - Kaufen Sie Phase IV günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen Entdecken Sie hier reduzierte Filme und Serien auf DVD oder Blu-ray. Diesen Artikel. Phase Iv. ()1 Std. 20 Min In Arizona organisieren sich die Ameisen. Der Film fängt sehr ruhig und gemächlich an, verliert dann jedoch noch etwas. Phase IV ein Film von Saul Bass mit Nigel Davenport, Michael Murphy. Inhaltsangabe: Ungewöhnliche astronomische Phänomene führen dazu, dass die. Für diese Seite sind keine Informationen verfügbar.
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When his friend, Dr. Benjamin Roanic, becomes the prime suspect and is suddenly murdered, Simon sets out to prove his innocence.
He soon discovers the students were Roanic's test subjects in a secret drug test program, and had been cured of AIDS.
He is forced to run for his life, when a pharmaceutical company tries to prevent him from revealing the truth behind "Phase IV".
Written by Anonymous. This seemed like pretty standard B-movie fare when I decided to see it. Dean Cain and Brian Bosworth pretty much guarantee a mediocre movie at best.
But I was a bit surprised at how much I enjoyed the movie. I am not saying this is a great movie or a must see, but I did enjoy watching it.
The premise is kind of standard, guy's best friend does something to get into trouble with the really powerful bad guys. So this guy ends up having to defeat the bad guys.
Dean Cain plays the hero and does a fairly good job. Brian Bosworth is the head thug and was quite surprising. As an actor he has come a long way although he did start way behind so that isn't saying too much.
Anyway, if you are into this kind of movie, you might just enjoy it. If you don't like this particular genre, the best steer clear, because while it is fairly good, it won't win any converts.
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Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist. Stars of the s, Then and Now. Did they take over the woman's body at the end?
Did they the one surviving scientist, or, did he "join" them, just come to reason with them, what? Plus, what ARE the other three "Phases?
I've read the reviews here, and, WHERE are people getting the alien intelligence taking over the ants from?!
I've been watching this movie for 15 plus years, and, I can't recall any aliens mentioned. An alien influence on the ants WOULD make a bit more sensical motivation for the ants, but, I don't recall this stated even as a theory anywhere in the movie.
I welcome anyone to e-mail me and let me know where it is in the film, because, I may have just failed to catch it.
So, why would I recommend it? This movie manages to effectively pull you into the story without any of the excess baggage one would expect from a nature gets its revenge picture.
No drawn out "battle" sequences, like "Empire Of The Ants. The story hinges instead on the aftermath, how people deal with it, the scientific community's response, all the time presenting a prevailing air of mystery as to why the ants did it.
The casual viewer will be disappointed by its rather quizzical ending because it doesn't "resolve" the question of what the ants want or were doing in a clean cut package.
In fact, it doesn't GIVE an answer. It opens up the floor to debate, so to speak, where your own questions about it allow you to formulate your own "message" from the ending.
Can we live with the ants? Can the ants live with us? Do either sides want to? Many would also find this film boring because of the lack of "action" sequences until the end, pretty much summed up when the nutter scientist is consumed in a pit of ants.
Instead, the film builds up suspense with effective small shots of the ants themselves. Ants moving through technical equipment to "sabotage" it.
Ants moving through their tunnels, reflecting a genuine "sinister" sense, a sort of "What are they planning, if anything? Ants moving over furniture, people.
Nothing over done with an army of ants crawling all over the place, people screaming as they drown in a flood of insects Save the one scientist, I suppose.
It doesn't dumb itself down with exploitive action sequences. In the end, the film doesn't insult a viewer's intelligence. IF someone doesn't get anything out of about it, the film just lets them be.
For others, it opens up the floor with unresolved questions, but, does not hinge on them, like so many cop out endings.
You're left to reach your own conclusions, but not as a crutch, to avoid having to write an ending or a low budget, etc. An interesting film if you can ever find it.
If you do, watch it and decide for yourself. It's one of the few movies made that lets you choose whether to like it or not, and goes along with that.
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Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. Director: Saul Bass. Writer: Mayo Simon.