Quarantine 2: Terminal

 (1,586)5.21 h 26 min2011R
In this sequel to the terrifying hit “Quarantine”, the virus has escaped the infected building and is now on board a late-night flight… where no one is safe from infection.
John Pogue
Mercedes MasohnJosh CookeBre Blair
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Ignacio SerricchioMattie LiptakNoree VictoriaLamar StewartGeorge BackPhillip DeVonaJulie GribbleErin SmithLynn ColeTom ThonSandra LaffertyTyler KunkleJohn CurranAndrew BenatorJason BenjaminBeau TurpinNeko ParhamJudd LormondMercedes Masöhn
Doug DavisonRoy LeeMarc Bienstock
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4.3 out of 5 stars

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Amber WReviewed in the United States on December 21, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Loved it.
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I still prefer the Rec series to the Quarantine series, but this was still a good movie. It was straight forward and you pretty much could predict how things were going to end up, just based on the characters, but that didn't detract from anything at all. The characters were all well defined, from start to finish, and they all had a satisfying arc over the course of the movie.

Creepy non-zombie, fast moving, plague horror, much like the original, in a confined space. The overall movie was well done, well cast, well written, and had great pacing.

Definitely rent this if you like plague horror.
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H. BalaReviewed in the United States on October 22, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
"All passengers, please prepare for severe turbulence." - Oboy, they have no idea
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Trans Sky Air, Flight 318, departing from LAX to parts unknown. It's not a packed crowd what's boarded, its make-up running the spectrum of humanity, from the PhD guy with the hamsters to the old lady with the cat, to the jerk with the pregnant wife, and the 12-year-old boy flying solo, the combat medic with the fear of flying, and the fat golfer who always brings his extended seat belt, and a few other folks. And the flight crew: two pilots, two flight attendants: Paula (Bre Blair), who is engaged, and the adventurous, fun-loving Jenny (Mercedes Mason), who seems projected to be our main character.

It's a horror sequel that works, partly because it's executed right and partly because of where the story takes place. What's more conducive to crippling claustrophobia than being in a plane in mid-flight and trapped in with zombies? But then they land. For the longest time I'd stayed away from the Quarantine series, frankly, because I'd seen the original Spanish series, [Rec], and I didn't think a remake could do it justice. Except Quarantine was almost as good as the first [Rec], and so, I thought I'd give the sequel a go. Plus, Mercedes Mason is in it.

There's brief mention of some weird sh-- going down in an apartment building in downtown Los Angeles, so there's your tangential tie-in to the first movie. It's a scene that also informs us that both stories are taking place simultaneously. [Rec] 2 returns us to the infected apartment building whereas Quarantine 2: Terminal shears away from that plot and plows ahead as its own movie. Sure, "Terminal" is in the movie title, but I'd still assumed that the plane would be the central hub of the plot. The scenes of the passengers confined in the plane with an infected were the most harrowing. I love the [Rec] series very much, especially its first two movies. Quarantine 2 isn't as good as those first two or as good as the first Quarantine. It's still a very serviceable zombie picture. There are some likable characters here: mostly Jenny but also the other flight attendant, the combat medic (Noree Victoria), and the baggage attendant (Ignacio Serricchio). As per usual, it's not advised that you get too attached to anyone in these horror shows.

I'd worked out a scene in my brain that extrapolates off the scene in which a frightened Jenny rings up her dad to ask for his advice. I pictured Ruben Blades on the other end, dispensing tough love. As you know, Mercedes Mason plays Ofelia Salazar in Fear the Walking Dead. Her dad on FtWD is, of course, the badass Daniel Salazar, played by Ruben Blades.

Quarantine 2: Terminal ranks a bit higher than a middle-of-the-pack zombie flick. The budget gets put to good use. The scare tactics aren't original but they're effective enough. The most creepy, grossest moment isn't from a chase or kill sequence but from a scene in which a guy injects himself in the most horrible places. Again, it's key that the movie makes you care about its characters. And I cared about Jenny who keeps a plucky front even though she's falling apart inside. Zombie purists may snarl a bit since the creatures here aren't Romero's brain-munching shufflers, but more like the pissed-off, fast-moving rage monsters in 28 Days Later.

Some lessons learned from this movie on how to better survive the zompocalypse:

- When someone crawling behind you in a vent in the dark warns you that they're turning, it's not the time for denial
- In a zompocalypse - or any other sort of crisis - don't be that idiot who keeps filming with his smartphone instead of diving in to help
- When trapped in an isolated terminal crawling with zombies, don't keep calling out people's names
- Just because an old guy has a stroke and is in a wheelchair doesn't mean he won't stand up and jump on your ass when he turns
- Never trust anyone who says, "Earth could use a good plague."
- Never throw away infrared goggles
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h hansenReviewed in the United States on September 20, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Too many jump scares/ bickering among passengers.
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Unlike the first one that was a horror suspense, this sequel is a horror action. The movie is all about who is going to get infected next, a main character's namely the stewardess personal dilemma of taking charge. Not much effort is made by the passengers of escaping or communicating with the outside troops quarantining them. The movie does give a better explanation of origin of the virus and what government agency is involved. However there are too many jump scares, too much of the same infected passengers attacking others causing chaos, too much bickering among the passengers, and the use of FLIR night vision binoculars didn't help any. The ending left it open for another sequel but the ending was a let down. Barely made two stars.
Donna Loves ReviewsReviewed in the United States on August 8, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great movie for all Zombie movie fans!
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Having watched all of the Rec movies, they really became my favorite Zombie series movies to watch. I enjoyed them so much that I watched each of them several times. Then I stumbled upon Quaratine 1 and thought it was pretty much exactly like the Rec movies but just in English based in the US. I was hoping that they would have made more English movies based on the Rec series but could not find any.

One night after I did a search I came across Quarantine 2 and thought it would be like Rec 2 but, to my surprise this movie is based on a plane and nothing like Rec 2. Glad I bought this movie because I thought it was another great Zombie Movie! The actors really did a great job and it had a lot of suspenseful scenes in it too. Being a Walking Dead fan and also a fan of Fear the Walking Dead, It was great to see some of Ophelia in this movie since I had not seen her in other movies.

I would recommend this movie to Zombie lovers even if you have not seen Quarantine 1, this movie will still keep you interested and you will understand the gist of what happened in the first movie. If you have seen all the Rec movies this will not be like Rec 2 but it is still a great movie to watch. Would recommend this to Zombie Movie Fans.
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Cyril J. MartinezReviewed in the United States on August 24, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
A must see for horror movie fans
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First I must say I'm a big fan of the first Quarantine movie and this one was no exception.
Synopsis : A plan of passengers is leaving Los Angeles airport late one night and some of the passengers are watching the local news about a " flu " outbreak in great Los Angeles.
One of the planes passengers makes the comment that he's glad their " headed away " from it which means of coarse like all good horror movies that he's wrong and will soon learn the hard way.
Early symptoms of the virus are weakness and nausea turning into uncontrollable violence and of coarse one of the passengers is infected, becomes violent and has to be subdued by the stewardesses and passengers.
When the captain alerts the airport he is ordered to return to L.A. airport and on arriving direct the passengers to a hangars who thinking the worst is over soon find their nightmare has just begun.
The acting, writing and direction are first rate in addition to the makeup.
If your a horror/zombie movie buff I think you'll enjoy this one as much as I did thus the five stars.
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damgruntReviewed in the United States on January 3, 2013
3.0 out of 5 stars
Glad they weren't on the plane long.
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I would like to first start off by saying that i liked the first movie "Quarantine". I usually don't like the first person viewpoint movies, but for this genre, it was pretty nice to see a change up. I think this sequel ruined some of the charm from the first one. The infected people were slightly different in the sequel, which was naturally for the worse, and the characters seemed to be dumber than the average horror movie victim. We've seen enough TV and movies to know when a person gets bit by somebody who is foaming from the mouth, you should probably steer clear of that person. and when the recently bit, starts biting others, you should see a pattern developing and do something about it. You aren't supposed to play dumb until you're dead, mainly because it aggravates the audience. I feel like I just watched 10 people in a room with with a zombie and each of them taking turns getting bit, while the next in line says, "Are you ok?"

Having complained a little, I'll admit there was a nice location choice with the terminal, I was really glad they didn't stay on the plane.the gore was pretty good and the actors did a good job portraying idiots and infected people. the CDC/Super sneaky agency was again merciless which kept a nice "No way out" feeling throughout the movie. the ending was less than par and i feel like it could have ended up just as good without trying to give closure/reasoning to the outbreak story. the backstory should have been left to the viewers imagination. In all the movie wasn't completely terrible, but the character decisions annoyed me and the revealing of the "How it all started, who did it, and what's next" was pretty disappointing. so three stars from me.

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LReviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
So-so movie, predictable
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I rented this movie to watch with my older kids. To be honest it was a bit predictable. Some parts were alright but I am honestly surprised that there was a sequel to that. My kids were bored with it. There were a few good jump-scares and a few interesting parts. If there is nothing else to watch I guess it's okay but it wouldn't be my first pick. I was mostly bored.
Steven EpleyReviewed in the United States on June 12, 2013
3.0 out of 5 stars
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I was a fan of the first movie and so I was curious as to where the story was heading. This movie kind of ties up some loose ends from the first one but in all it was pretty predictable. The cast was good but talk about stereotypes, they portrayed a cross section of your typical air travelers and not necessarily in a good way! The moral of the story is that air travel is not safe which most of us already know! If you liked the first one then you will probably like this one too. If you have not seen either I'd watch the first one before this one! It's also rather graphic in places so if your squeamish you might want to give it a pass. Like the first one it doesn't end well for anyone so I'm sure there will be third one!
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