Mimic (1997) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||August 22, 1997|
|Director:||Guillermo del Toro|
|Writer:||Donald A. Wollheim, Guillermo del Toro, Matthew Robbins, Matt Greenberg|
|Cast:||Alan Argue, Charles Hayter, Julian Richings, James Kidnie, Eve English, Bill Lasovich, Doug Jones, Roger Clown, Warna Fisher, Margaret Ma, Jeremy Northam, Alexander Goodwin, Giancarlo Giannini, Charles Dutton, Josh Brolin, Alix Koromzay, F. Murray Abraham, James Costa, Javon Barnwell, Norman Reedus, Pak-Kwong Ho, Glenn Bang, Mira Sorvino|
|Running Time:||105 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated R for terror/violence and language|
Since the beginning of time, predators have mimicked their prey; butterflies look like owl eyes, caterpillars like snakes. And now, this new form of insect has taken on it's...
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Mimic featured stunning cinematography and a suspenseful story. The chill factor is definitely there and all was good in the way of acting. Mimic was not supposed to be funny but it was. Stuck watching giant, computerized bugs for two hours was not very exciting and listening to some dumb kid tell people their shoe size was another downer. The latter half reminded me of a book called Reliquary (sequel to The Relic), which, by all means, was much better than this. Full movie review »
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