Babylon A.D. : Movie Review

Unfolding like a poor imitation of a Mathieu Kassovitz-directed action thriller, Babylon A.D. plays out, or rather fizzles out, as if director Mathieu Kassovitz simply lost interest in his own movie somewhere along the way. Barely based on French novelist Maurice G. Dantec's Babylon Babies - which had a whole lot more to do with the political implications of bio-technology along with the disintegration of the former USSR superpower into futuristic madness and anarchy - Babylon A.D. drops notions of drama or deep thought for underdeveloped, colliding narrative threads that are nearly as chaotic as the social landscapes in question.

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Author : Prairie Miller