Watch: Ratpocalypse 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – American senator John Perryman, who delivers a fiery speech in Moscow about the impending consequences of the endemic corruption in Russian economy. His is a mission to warn Russian politicians, that, should they not heed and corruption prevails, he could foresee the loss of their human form, and become life size rats. Many take John for a madman, and ultimately all his friends and relatives turn away from him. He meets a girl in the streets, who in essence becomes his guardian angel. The central intrigue of the film is that everything the hero talked about in Moscow begins to come true, triggering panic in Russia and across the world. To the people in power it seems that the hero commands some monstrous force unknown to science. The presidents of the U.S. and Russia seek ways to isolate him from society..
Plot: American Senator delivers a speech to the Russian Parliament warning that corruption would turn them into rats. His prediction becomes reality.
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Wow. Just wow.
I almost have no words how bad this is. Entertaining? Sure. But so bad you can’t really focus on anything but it’s flaws. I especially loved one of the escapes by giving the guard a swirlie. All the other cars have American plates while in “Russia”. The bad accents that sometimes disappear. Plus, it’s painfully predictable. I love Casper van Dien and so expected this type of campiness but even he cannot save this bad writing and failed prop support. The full on rat makeup, though, was pretty awesome (minus digital transition). Cheers to special effects for that portion of the film. This is definitely a drinking game film.
On a mission from Rat-God, or something
Probably a minor thrill for the Oklahomans who worked on it and a paycheck for everyone else. Victoria Summer and Linda Bella are attractive. Casper Van Dien’s a fit 50. The story’s a mess; the “higher power” and repeated religious references throughout leave one wondering if a church was snookered into financing it ala Ed Wood’s Plan 9 from Outer Space. Scenes with un-subtitled Russian dialog go on far longer than one would expect. The movie’s end just happens, abruptly, roll credits.
What is the story behind the Russian writing, financing, and making of this movie? A making-of could be enlightening – and, of course, could hardly be worse than the flick itself.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min)
Genre Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Director Vladimir Uglichin
Writer Vladimir Uglichin
Actors Casper Van Dien, Victoria Summer, Linda Bella
Country United States, Russia
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