Like a old Star Trek movie if old Star Trek movies actually knew how to have fun. Great characterization and acting, even with the CG characters. I just wish there was more Thanos. This feels more like just the beginning of a story, even though the final battle did feel quite epic. Can't wait to see the continuation.
Really doesn't matter how unrealistic it is. It's one of the first instances of techno-camp and I love it. The characters are all great, acting is decent (Miller is a bit awkward, Fisher Stevens is way theatrical) but the only actor that stands out as bad is Lorraine Bracco, who plays Margo, The Plague's accomplice and implied lover.
As ridiculous and unrealistic as the elaborate graphic interfaces of the systems these people hack are though, there's a possible explanation of…
First of all, I would encourage people curious about the movie to watch it as it's very difficult to review without mildly spoiling some unexpected bits.
Red State is extremely confrontational and somewhat disquieting. Some will say it changes focus and is unsure what kind of movie it wants to be, but I appreciated the unexpected turns and it kept me on my toes. Michael Parks delivered a minblowing performance, and I can't honestly say any other actors brought it…
Intense but lighthearted, entertaining, great acting, believable character actions and reactions, great makeup and puppetwork, good stunt work, hot nudity with Linnea Quigley, cute scream queens with Jewel Shepard and Beverly Randolph. Can't believe I didn't watch this before now.