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Thriller, Sci-Fi
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Dagen Merrill
Sarah-Eve Gazitt as Young Abby
Phil Austin as Rhine
Tony Doupe as Father
Sarah Habel as Abby
Dominic Monaghan as Robinson
Hahn Cho as David
Storyline: In the near future, when communications go offline at a remote nuclear power plant isolated in the desert, a young safety inspector, Abby Dixon, is forced to fly out to bring them back online. Once inside the facility, mysterious clues and strange behaviors cause Abby to have doubts about the sanity, and perhaps identities, of the two employees onsite.
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Another example of sci-fi sexism, which I love!
I agree with the previous review (which you might consider reading first, for context), which said that while some of the detail is beautifully achieved -- computers for one -- this film remains an homage to science fiction's "dude culture" of sexy women (not always convincingly capable) and male slobs like Sizemore.

Which I think is beyond wonderful! And it makes for excellent entertainment. If I want to see ugly smart women, I'll attend a feminist and/or SJW event. (cept, they aren't terribly smart. The ugly thing though, they have down to a science) But back to the film, it's exhilarating and encouraging to see women portrayed this way. Just watched a similar treatment for a TV pilot, and I'll be enjoying that one too, I suspect.

Sure, it might be disappointing and incredibly insulting to women astronauts and scientists, but who cares? Know what their numbers are by comparison to MALE astronauts and scientists? Predictably low. As researchers in Kazakhstan have clearly shown, women have a smaller brain than men. So is it any wonder? I learned this whilst watching a documentary in which a journalist from Kazakhstan was experiencing America for the first time. It was very educational.

Any woman offended by the stereotypes in films like these are usually a bit hard on the eyes, over-fed, poorly dressed, and generally angry people. Show a film like this to a lovely woman, and pay attention at how she's (usually) completely unaffected by the "sexist" elements, and how she views it solely as a work of escapist fiction worthy of no real discussion.

And just for giggles, watch the Youtube video entitled: "Feminist SJW Fail Compilation - All Time Greats - 2016". At 42 minutes in, there is perhaps the single funniest thing I'd seen in weeks, set to the soothing tones of a feminist art/experimental vocal choir, in which the aesthetics of two very different groups of women are compared.
Good Story Line
Worth a one time watch.

(Spoiler) The idea of "Clean Energy" while getting rid of Radiation Contamination, as explained in the intro Commercial, is not new.

In reality, the idea of the Thorium Nuclear Reactor; and or Generation III Nuclear Power with Radioactive Waste Recycling.

(Spoiler) The idea of a Human Designed "Fan" NEVER Failing, No "Chief Engineer" (Abby) would ever believe that.

(Spoiler) Guess Abby never heard about "Duck and Cover" at the end. Which brings up the question; how did this even "Leak Out" since all those that would have Leaked the Information Out died, and the information was put into a box at the end.
Character vs. Effects
Few sci-fi character actors outshine the effects and set, this effort stands head and shoulders above CGI due to the tight story line and Excellent acting from D. Monaghan and Sarah Habel. Tom Sizemore has pivotal role in the finale and good to see him living up to his potential. Wayyy better than the big budget busts starring big buck stars. The reason for eight versus 10 stars is the slow script which takes off after a very long buildup, the incredulous position of the protagonist, Abby/Sarah Habel, and the SPOILER ALERT potential to have more fully developed the background of the notorious company profit posturing vs. human sacrifice.

The industry has lagged since the inception of The Trilogy for lack of strong character roles and believable story lines, Atomica will live for a very long time as a prime example of an excellent story, film and acting on a very small budget! What The Shining did for horror, ATomica will be known for revitalizing good small budget sci-fi films.
Low Ratings not due to quality of film but rather viewing preferences
No spoilers here. I added another point to my rating because I whole heartily disagree with the low reviews. Although those looking for high tech fancy sci-fi special affects, and action packed fight scenes, (this story is not about that),they will be disappointed. What it DOES have, is some very believable acting. And although a modest setting as most of the movie is shown in a debilitated run down power facility in the future, it is believable. Most of the movie has a lot of dialogue between two characters. That in itself may turn some viewers off. But the story/pace gives little bits at a time, to build suspense, yet gives enough that the characters aren't flat/one dimensional... It is a slow burn thriller, and for a lower budget film, I thought this was excellently done. The lower ratings are not fair. I believe it IS NOT due to the QUALITY of this movie, but rather, the viewing preferences, of the viewer.
An eco thriller with a barebone cast
People have tried to replicate the success of Moon with various other titles, like Air and Passengers, but they always seem to miss the point that a film with just a few characters needs something more, not less, than a movie with a lot of people in it.

Unfortunately, that is the case of Atomica/Deep Burial. There are three characters in total, with one of them secondary to the story. And before the big reveal, 20 minutes before the end, nothing much happens than two people talking to each other in a climate of rising suspicion.

The acting is good, the psychological aspect of the thriller is pretty good, but the story is completely empty, as is the message in the end. And the funny thing is that the science fiction part of the movie is completely superfluous. They could have easily done the same scenario in the real world, with more of an impact.

As such, with a future world that feels remote and with characters that have no backstory or much character development, the film is just slow and hard to endure, with no real payback in the end, since no one cared what happens in the first place.
Super cheap Sci-Fi at it's best.
Or I could be wrong, cause I don't know how much it actually cost to turn a cyclist clothing and gear into a futuristic Hazmat suit. But I'm starting off giving the movie a bad rap. It's not the best story I have come across. The lead character, Abby has an important position as some head engineer whose more theory than practice, assigned to fix one of the big nuclear reactors that is supplying power to the whole world, but after meeting the two men who operate the station she finds the problem bigger than expected. What I really liked about the movie is the art direction. The cycle riding turned Hazmat suit was actually pretty cool, and it does not hurt that the lead actress was wearing it well. I really like the set that the film takes place on. I don't know if they made it or found a place but it looked like the greatest Sci-fi ever, and was a main character on it's own that made the movie worth looking at. It's one of those small movies with only three people that included Dominic Monaghan and Tom Sizemore who I must admit were not really worth mentioning in a story that's OK and done OK, that moves fast enough not to bore you and has a great set that almost makes up for a lot of it's short comings.
Smoking history or something
The film takes place about a century in the future. A company (Oxzilla?) has created a tri-fission reactor (whatever that is) that works on converting radioactive waste into atomic energy to power the world (nuclear physics says not possible, you really need a neutron source, but I just went with it). The opening talks about a site where they had three atomic accidents, however there were tri-fisson reactors around the world on waste sites. So I am guessing this was the accident site.

Abbey Dixon (Sarah Habel) a young engineer without much field experience gets the short straw when a remote location loses contact and has to go out there wearing a form fitting personal "radiation" suit. Suits are for contamination and not radiation, but I let that one go as Hollywood and the general public don't know the difference and interchange the words, liking "radiation" to describe everything radioactive. When she arrives she is greeted by a half-wit with a bad cough named Robinson (Dominic Monaghan). For the next hour or so we watch her run tests on the facility as Robinson watches her. She is attempting to locate Dr. Zek not knowing the type of character Tom Sizemore plays in films.

Eventually the drama plays out.

First off if an area gets contaminated, they pave over it and don't let it breath to the atmosphere. If you drive into the parking lot of a nuclear facility that has eight inches deep of paving, turn around. Another issue is that Abbey claimed the Becquerel level had increased. Becquerel is a unit for contamination. I doubt that is what she meant. It sounds scientific, but Gray or Sievert would have been the correct phrases. It she had said, "The Gray level has increased" that would not have worked. Sievert or milliSievert would have been the best. If you have radiation sickness, you don't walk around like you have a sore throat. If you are not hurling chunks or sitting on the bowl, you will have no energy to be active.

PLOT SPOILER CLUES: The film was shot In Washington State, downwind of Hanford. In 1949 Hanford did a "Green Run" experiment where they released a few dozen curies of I-131. They studied the plume and the animals within the plume. The public found out in the 1980's. The sites for government nuclear facilities and bomb test sites are located, according to government documents, where the down winders are a "limited use" (expendable) segment of the population. I am sure the anti-nuclear crowd had the Green Run in mind when they made this film which unfortunately demonstrated they knew nothing about reactors or radiation. But hey, it is the thought that counts.

Guide: No swearing or sex. Dominic Monaghan looks at Sarah Habel in the shower. We get to see all of him and the back of her head.
For being on SyFy it wasn't that bad
When I saw Atomica was on SyFy I didn't expect much honestly because let's be honest it's not the best criteria to have a good movie. But after watching it I have to admit that for a low budget movie it wasn't that bad. Don't expect a lot of special effects and so because there are barely none. And that's what you normally get with Sci-Fi movies. The story is okay without being great. The acting was okay as well. There are only three actors in it but the story is mainly between two actors. So all those ingredients makes you wonder how this movie could be good. To me it was the intrigue and a bit of suspense. You feel and know there is something odd going on. It's just waiting for it to happen. And even though I figured it all out before it happened I wasn't bored watching it. But it's not the greatest movie ever, that's for sure.It's just fine to watch once and then forget about it.
Acceptable bangs for bucks.
This film was obviously made to a tight budget, BUT the money was used pretty wisely. I give points purely for that factor as a canny director and producer will know where to pour on the dollars, and where to save a few cents.

The plot was a bit vague and it frustrates me that story lines aren't thought through properly. I thought the tension was good throughout and had me guessing wrong a few times. Was a bit slow in places.

The writer should have toned down the importance of the plant to make the actions of the characters more believable (a facility that feeds the entire worlds power grid is manned by 2 people?). I would have found it to be more believable that 2 men might run a nuclear waste disposal facility. No one would want to be anywhere near that. And the antiquated equipment would have looked more at home in my scenario.

All up I enjoyed the film, and I recommend it as a dull, rainy day time waster.
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