Occupation: Rainfall

Occupation: Rainfall

Occupation: Rainfall

Sequel to the 2018 alien invasion thriller. Two years on from the attempted takeover of Earth, with the war between people and aliens rages on. Survivors in Sydney mount an effort to retrieve a super weapon from Alice Springs - one that can end the war for good. Writer-director Luke Sparke returns, as does

2020Rating: M, Violence & offensive language128 minsAustralia
ActionScience Fiction

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Stuff

Stuff

Appears to have had more time spent on prosthetics than plot and, criminally, doesn’t bring Tem back until an hour in.

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The Australian

The Australian

On a purely technical level it delivers the goods pretty effectively; there are enough explosions and flying bodies to pass muster.

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Screenhub

Screenhub

With big budget blockbusters currently scarce on our big screens, the producers couldn't have found a better time to release this epic celebration of the power of things blowing up.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

Should serve as a splendorous oasis for those feeling the current drought of mainstream action blockbusters.

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The Conversation

The Conversation

It is great to see a sincere genre film coming out of Australia. But Occupation: Rainfall becomes tedious pretty quickly.

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Time Out

Time Out

Yes – whether by sheer coincidence or not, it’s a Covid film through and through. Sometimes even cheesy movies can be a perfect distillation of the zeitgeist.

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