The Prototype (2022) Movie Review

Director: Marcelo Grion

Writer: Stephen Brown, Marcelo Grion, Stephen Karandy (Screenplay)

Starring: Mark Vasconcellos, Frank Spinelli, Michael Bertaut, Victoria De Mare

Plot: A government agent stumbles upon an alien conspiracy to conquer Earth. Using a blue liquid created by the aliens to make soldiers stronger, he becomes The Prototype-the only hope for mankind.

Tagline – Left for dead. Back for more.

Runtime: 1 Hour 37 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Prototype starts when Garrett (Vasconcellos) wakes up in a conquered Earth, the lone survivor who has survived off a liquid created by the aliens that conquered Earth. Garrett is greeted by a clone of his former partner, as he dives into his memories to see if they could uncover the truth.

As Garrett learns more about the past, he learns about Piak (Spinelli) who has been leading the controlling alien species that has been taking over planets for centuries.

Thoughts on The Prototype

ThoughtsThe Prototype is a low budget sci-fi film that will look to see the aftermath, battle to prevent and solution to stop the end of the world, in a way that would make sense, showing the bigger picture of what could happen to someone trying to learn to defeat a deadlier enemy. The Prototype uses the low budget side of the production to help focus on the dialogue, offing the deeper conversations about how things could be changed, when it comes to the action side of the movie, there is a clear weakness being show, which is going to have to be something you will have to overlook to get the enjoyment out of the film. The performances in this film are strong, without showing the weaknesses that could have come from the film.

Final Thoughts The Prototype is a solid low budget sci-fi movie with great ideas helping hide the weaknesses.

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