Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Gene-Fusion Movie review
The concept of Gene-Fusion is rather intriguing, fusing different animal DNA to make a new species for battle one on one in an arena, with the animal being controlled by a handler. The execution and animation are rather dull, looking like a vector graphics game from the 90s. The three factions in the film, the evil alien, who has fused human and alien dna, zealots who aim to free all the caged gene-fusion animals, and the guy in charge of the Gene-Fusion project all have screen time but none of them are fully developed to car about the characters. Four high-school aged kids are recruited to infuse new life into the arena with new animals and fresh concepts.
I liked some of the ideas, but ultimately this movie missed the mark and fell flat. The voice acting was actually pretty good. Clocking in at only about 75 minutes long Gene-Fusion was not boring, just not cohesive, and the scenes felt like they were thrown together and a bit disjointed.
I have to give this film a 4 out of 10. Wait for cable on this one.
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