The Invasion (2007)
"Do not trust anyone. Do not show emotion. Do not fall asleep. "As a Washington psychiatrist (Kidman) unearths the origin of an alien epidemic, she also discovers her son might be the only way it can be stopped.
The 70s remake of this film succeeded because it was a chilling
psychological thriller with little to no horror film elements and a
biting ending that lingered with you for days.
This film starts out with the premise and setup, but quickly deviates
into a different film -- a rehashing of 28 days later and outbreak with
illogical, formulaic action sequences that are literally lifted
straight from any zombie film. As usual with sub-par screenplays, the
plot requires illogical and implausible events to move forward and
provide thrills. In the end, it couldn't make up its mind whether it
was an intellectually compelling, psychological thriller or yet another
zombie action film? The ending was ... eh I don't even want to explain
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