Contagion Movie About Virus Apocalypse.

The Contagion movie shot years back about virus apocalypse is what people are watching now. Contagion is an American thriller film directed by Steven Soderbergh released in 2011. The plot follows the death of Beth Emhoff and her son which leads to the discovery of a deadly virus. While the US Centers for Disease Control struggles to curb its spread, a worldwide panic ensues.

The movie, Contagion, grossed 135.5 million USD at Box office.

Some of the cast members are Matt Damon as Mitch Emhoff; Kate Winslet as Dr. Erin Mears; Laurence Fishburne as Dr. Ellis Cheever; Jennifer Ehle as Ally Hextall; Marion Cotillard as Dr. Leonora Orantes etc.

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Some critic reviews of the movie is as follows;

“Contagion,” Steven Soderbergh’s smart, spooky thriller about contemporary plagues, is a paranoid freakout for the antigovernment, Tea Party age.
Manohla Dargis
The NYTimes.

With a stellar cast, a gripping pace, and a subject matter as hard to shake as the virus that spreads through its story, “Contagion” is a winner.
S. Jhoanna Robledo
Common Sense Media.

Stephen King did the deadly virus-meets-the-supernatural thing with The Stand. Steven Soderbergh matches it up with something even scarier: cold, hard, medical reality.
Plugged In Staff
Plugged In.

A starkly effective ensemble drama which could well do for the sniffles what Jaws did for great whites.
Dan Jolin

Other movies about pandemic worth nothing are

  • Outbreak
  • Flu
  • World War Z
  • Deranged
  • Cell
  • Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America
  • Carriers
  • Maggie.

It is worthy of note that board and video games on virus apocalypse are the new obsession. Games in which players are pathogens out to destroy humanity or healthcare workers battling an outbreak, are all the rage during the coronavirus lockdown.


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