“Songbird,” a new pandemic horror produced by Michael Bay, has been shown to international critics – and it looks like the film is far from being expected.
At Rotten Tomatoes, production has only been approved at 18%, with a score of 3.50 / 10 based on 17 reviews (so far).
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“A fun spark of the purest trashy cinema” – Daily Telegraph (USA).
“Just avoid ‘Songbird’ because it’s a totally horrible movie” – The Gate.
“’Songbird’ isn’t just bad for the story’s poor judgment – it’s just a bad movie” – Digital Spy.
“Maybe there’s no movie more irrelevant than this in 2020” – Movie Show Plus.
“There really is very little that would turn this universe into something plausible, even more inhabited by characters too monotonous to cause a stir” – Washington Post.
In Brazil, the film will be released by Diamond Films and is expected to arrive in 2021.
Directed by Adam Manson (“ Into the Dark ”), the film is set in 2024, the year in which the current coronavirus turned into the deadly COVID-23, killing nearly 50% of those infected – and forcing the world to limit itself to containment camps.
KJ Apa stars in the production as a young man immune to the virus, while Sofia Carson stars as the woman he falls in love with. Together, the two must find a way to fight for humanity.
Alexandra Daddario, Bradley Whitford, Craig Robinson, Demi Moore and Paul Walter Hauser complete the cast.
Simon Boyes signs the screenplay.
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