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Movie: Daybreakers (2010)

In 2019, The Most Precious Natural Resource... Is Us.

"Daybreakers" is a very brilliant movie on the subject matter of vampirism. Contrary to most vampire-themed movies whereby vampires are the minorities, in "Daybreakers", vampires dominate the world population due to an unknown outbreak.

The remaining human beings who refuse to be turned into vampires are left with no choice but to hide from being hunted and farmed for blood to replenish the ever-dwindling blood supply that ensures the survival of the entire vampire population.

Edward Dalton (Ethan Hawke), a hematologist, also a vampire, is on a mission and under pressure by his boss, Charles Bromley (Sam Neill) to find a synthetic blood-substitute before all human beings are wiped out. However, his secret desire is to save the human race. To achieve this, he has to rally with the human beings.

"That last breath of humanity will vanish as soon as the blood does." Edward Dalton

"Immortality is the miracle, we are blessed."
Charles Bromley

This is a heavy, no-nonsense adult vampire movie. You won't find any crappy teen love scene. (Sorry, I despise the Twilight series.) Lots of blood and gore in slow-mo too. If you enjoy movies about the undead - zombies, vampires - this movie is highly recommended.

Prepare for some heart-tugging moments. Choices are made, sacrifices are unavoidable. In the end, you need to stand up for what you believe. Either you fight or you die. That's the tough part.

Note: I'm not sure whether it'll be shown in the Malaysian cinemas. I watched it on DVD, twice. :)

2 comments

  1. My best friend is nuts about the undead...

    From the trailer, it reminds me very much like The Matrix... I think I'll enjoy this in the cinema, if not, in DVD at home. :D

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