Hong Kong action icon Michelle Yeoh stars alongside American muscle Vin Diesel in this science fiction thriller concerning a nun who is charged with the task of caring for a young girl who may be the carrier of a deadly virus. Based on author Maurice Dantec's Babylon Babies, this tale of genetic manipulation comes to the screen courtesy of director Mathieu Kassovitz. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
How could an action movie be slow and boring. I expected bad acting and lame dialog, but I at least expected some cool explosions. This movie just really dragged on and on. Could not even finish it. Even the action scenes were lame and the plot was just stupid.
The plot was awful and very hard to follow. When the movie was over my whole family was baffled as to what was really going on. There was a lot of action pack in the movie but wouldn't be one I'd watch again.
What's less than a half-star? The pleasure from watching this movie. I'm a big post-apocalyptic, sci-fi action fan, but this movie... cannot be described without disabling the language filter on this review tool. The scene jumps might make a more intelligent movie difficult to follow, but luckily intelligence is in short supply here. Acting is basically what you'd expect - Diesel does his thing, and does it how he always does it. No problem there. Other actors were fine, but a disjointed plot combined with high-school-av-club-level directing make watching this a chore. Don't waste the qu*ue space. And since when is qu*ue (the list of movies you want sent to you) an offensive word?