Radius (2017) is a English movie. Caroline Labrèche,Steeve Léonard has directed this movie. Diego Klattenhoff,Charlotte Sullivan,Brett Donahue,Bradley Sawatzky are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Radius (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Liam wakes from a car crash with no memory of who he is. As he makes his way into town to look for help, he finds only dead bodies, all with strange pale eyes. Liam's first assessment is that a virus is present in the air, but he soon discovers a horrible truth...
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Radius (2017) Reviews
Prooves you don't need a big budget to make good entertainment
A very good thriller with a scifi theme. A mysterious effect, acquired after an accident, of killing anything within 50 ft of a man that's nullified by a woman is the central concept here. Both main characters have amnesia after that car crash. It's been some time since I watched a film that generated as much tension as this and full credit to the director for such an achievement with what must have been a limited budget (too limited to actually crash the vehicle even). The acting is decent enough but the real credit, I feel, should go to the director for this very good movie. There's little happening at times and to maintain tension is a difficult task that very few directors achieve. There's little throughout the film to explain the phenomenon leaving the two main characters trying to understand their roles in it as the main thrust of the film. The ending does not explain the phenomenon at all and some will find that frustrating but the film isn't about this. It's about whether the central character finds redemption and the film wraps this point up nicely. I won't explain further as you won't thank me for giving away the ending. If you watch this thinking it's scifi then you'll probably be unimpressed with the ending. If you're watching it as a thriller with a scifi theme then you'll probably like it.
I seriously can´t understand the bad ratings. This is an extremely well made and entertaining movie. Acting and cinematography are excellent and the plot keeps the audience engaged the whole time. Though foreseeable for some, twists are pretty logical and not disappointing at all. I totally recommend it.
Good Story, Solid Entertainment
I'm confused by the reviews that state that the ending was pointless. The movie starts after something mysterious happened and it never gets explained, but we see the result of it and that - in the end - horrors and wonders are helpless against what makes us human. I don't need a Marvel-Comic explanation why super-hero/villain comes into being, the story was really good and the movie is self-contained and thrilling. It didn't break any barriers, did not change me or anything like that - it was solid, very very good entertainment and deserves every of its 8 points.
Don't go in expecting Citizen Kane and you may be pleasantly surprised
I took a flyer on this movie because the description looked interesting (and I also noted the guy from The Black List, which I'm a fan of, starred). I'm glad I did! The premise is one I don't recall ever having seen before and that was fun. If you give this a go try NOT to read the description because it'd be better to be trying to figure it out right along with the characters, but it won't ruin anything if you know going in. I thought the acting was pretty good across the board and I very much appreciate the fact that it just jumps right in without any long setup work. Sometimes you absolutely need such setup work (and I'm always telling my impatient kids to give movies time to develop the story and characters) but in this case it works great to not have to get through it. It's well-made from a technical standpoint and I don't think you'll have any complaints in that area. As for complaints? The "twist" ending fell a little flat because as a writer myself I felt there was more interesting ways to go. That said, I wouldn't call it a bad ending, I think it works in the same sort of fatalistic way The Mist works (it's highly divisive, but I think The Mist is one of the best endings in movie history so you may want to use that as a guide to whether you're going to like this one or not - which is NOT to say they're identical or anything like that, I just mean in terms of tone). Whether you're let down or not I don't think you would be to the extent that it ruins the experience. Really, for me, if you're expecting an all-time classic here then yeah, skip it because that's not what you're going to get. But, if you want a decent movie that I think will keep you interested throughout, is definitely on the dark side (something I like in movies) and that may surprise you a little bit in terms of story and in terms of how good it is then yeah, I think this is one to give a try. I for one liked it and have no problem recommending to others.
Great story told really well!
A refreshing new original sci-fi/mystery film has been long overdue. Novice writers and directors Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard did an outstanding job in both departments. The acting was on point as was the cinematography, editing and score. Although the pace felt a little slow, the story played out very well. A well deserved 9/10 from me