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The Colony

A group of survivors struggle to rebuild society underground, but face danger from within.


Why watch this film?

"The Colony," directed by Jeff Renfroe, is a sci-fi thriller that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where humans are forced to live underground due to the next ice age. The film follows a group of survivors who must fight to preserve humanity against a threat more savage than nature. The movie features a talented cast, including Laurence Fishburne, Kevin Zegers, and Bill Paxton. However, the film falls short in terms of its formulaic plot, cliched dialogue, and underdeveloped characters. The movie's special effects are also cheesy and unimpressive. Despite its flaws, the film still manages to keep the audience engaged with its suspenseful moments and thrilling action scenes. Overall, "The Colony" is an average sci-fi thriller that fails to stand out from other films in the genre. If you're looking for a mindless action movie to pass the time, this film may be worth a watch. However, if you're looking for a more thought-provoking and well-crafted sci-fi movie, you may want to look elsewhere.



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Plot summary

Years ago, winter came and left. Survivors have tried to build a new society underground, but they soon learn the real danger is not from the ice and cold, but from their fellow survivors.

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