After a terrible pandemic in Bondang, everyone seems to have collapsed. Experts are trying to prevent the spread of the disease to other areas, as there is a city located 19 kilometers from the city of Seoul with half a million people at risk. Doctor In-Hai and rescue worker J-Goo intervene to find an ideal solution, where they go to the center of the disease to find the vaccine to prepare the vaccine. Perhaps they may succeed in stopping the epidemic and perhaps not
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November 21, 2013 Frequent spluttering montages provide silly fun, but this sort of doomsday projection surely ought to be terrifying.Read in Source
November 22, 2013 From the opening caption 'This film is not based on real events', Flu has style and energy.Read in Source
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November 12, 2013 despite featuring mass death and Holocaust imagery... somehow FLU still finds plenty of room for goofy buddy comedy, mawkish romance and routines involving excessive child cutesiness. It is a misjudged mélange of incongruous tonesRead in Source
October 10, 2014 A well-made, edge-of-seat action thriller that's no more serious - and often just as much fun - as Channing Tatum's White House Down.Read in Source
September 06, 2013 Mostly works on a visceral level in spite of its familiarity; these tropes exist for a reason.Read in Source
November 24, 2013 Kim Sung-su rallies the crowd and action scenes with ease, although the intertwining strands of the overcooked narrative occasionally threaten to unravel.Read in Source
September 08, 2013 The Flu can best be described as South Korea's answer to Contagion. If it wasn't for the film's massive amount of theatrics in an already harrowing story, The Flu would be the best disaster film to come along since The Tower.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...