Doom

Doom

Doom

Based on the legendary first-person PC Shooter, this sci-fi horror stars Karl Urban and Dwayne Johnson as members of a Space Marines unit sent to investigate the mysterious events in a research facility on Mars that has ceased all communication with scientists. What the squad discovers is a monstrosity that their vast firepower may not be able to hold back. Co-stars Rosamund Pike and Deobia Oparei (who would go on to co-star with Urban again for 2012’s Dredd).

2005100 minsUSA, UK, Czech Republic, Germany
ActionAdventureHorrorScience FictionThriller
Director:
Andrzej Bartkowiak ('Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li', 'Cradle 2 the Grave', 'Exit Wounds', 'Romeo Must Die')
Writer:
Dave CallahamWesley Strick
Cast:
Karl UrbanDwayne JohnsonRosamund PikeDeobia OpareiRazaaq AdotiRichard Brake

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Doom / Reviews

IGN

IGN

Easily the best videogame-to-film adaptation yet.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

A good movie version of a video game as opposed to, say, an actual movie.

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Boston Globe

Boston Globe

The only way this movie becomes any fun is when it stops impersonating a game and simply becomes one.

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Seattle Times

Seattle Times

(A) surprisingly clever imagining of one of the most popular video games of all time...

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Chicago Reader

Chicago Reader

The Rock's ungainly performance is somewhat alleviated by Karl Urban as a crew member and Rosamund Pike as his twin sister...

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Variety

Variety

Videogame geeks and LAN-party enthusiasts everywhere, prepare to meet your Doom -- because it's really not all that bad.

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Time Out

Time Out

If gaming is about playing, why would a gamer want to watch movies like this?

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

I kept expecting the "Game Over" message to flash up, but it never did.

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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

Doom is like some kid came over and is using your computer and won't let you play.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

There's so little to go wrong that those who like their entertainment mindless and violent will find little fault.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

What might have made for exciting action scenes tend to become mechanical exercises in first-person-shooter monster-blasting.

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