Super cheap Sci-Fi at it’s best.
Or I could be wrong, cause I don’t know how much it actually cost to turn a cyclist clothing and gear into a futuristic Hazmat suit.
But I’m starting off giving the movie a bad rap. It’s not the best story I have come across. The lead character, Abby has an important position as some head engineer whose more theory than practice, assigned to fix one of the big nuclear reactors that is supplying power to the whole world, but after meeting the two men who operate the station she finds the problem bigger than expected.
What I really liked about the movie is the art direction. The cycle riding turned Hazmat suit was actually pretty cool, and it does not hurt that the lead actress was wearing it well. I really like the set that the film takes place on. I don’t know if they made it or found a place but it looked like the greatest Sci-fi ever, and was a main character on it’s own that made the movie worth looking at.
It’s one of those small movies with only three people that included Dominic Monaghan and Tom Sizemore who I must admit were not really worth mentioning in a story that’s OK and done OK, that moves fast enough not to bore you and has a great set that almost makes up for a lot of it’s short comings.