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Steven Soderbergh
Monique Gabriela Curnen as Lorraine Vasquez
Stef Tovar as Dr. Arrington
Teri Campbell as ER Nurse #2
Griffin Kane as Clark Morrow
Tien You Chui as Li Fai
Teri McEvoy as School Nurse
Yoshiaki Kobayashi as Japanese Bus Man
Josie Ho as Li Fai's Sister
Jude Law as Alan Krumwiede
John Hawkes as Roger
Matt Damon as Mitch Emhoff
Gwyneth Paltrow as Beth Emhoff
Laurence Fishburne as Dr. Ellis Cheever
Storyline: Soon after her return from a business trip to Hong Kong, Beth Emhoff dies from what is a flu or some other type of infection. Her young son dies later the same day. Her husband Mitch however seems immune. Thus begins the spread of a deadly infection. For doctors and administrators at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, several days pass before anyone realizes the extent or gravity of this new infection. They must first identify the type of virus in question and then find a means of combating it, a process that will likely take several months. As the contagion spreads to millions of people worldwide, societal order begins to break down as people panic.
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Humanity is the Protagonist
This extremely-entertaining project uses an all-star cast, as well as skillful camera work, engaging sound, well-timed editing, and appropriate special effects to show you how easily an epidemic could spread, the effects that the disease could have on the world, and what systems the world has in place to stop the contagion from happening. If you want to get a young person interested in science, show him or her this movie. I know it made a little part of me wish I was a CDC scientist.

Part of the film's brilliance stems from its lack of an individual protagonist or antagonist. Humanity is the protagonist, and the disease is the antagonist. The cast is full of top-notch actors who play supporting roles…in fact, I would dare to say that there is no clear-cut lead. Each of them has an important part of the story to tell, a slice of humanity to illustrate…and they do it very well.

To that end, the movie's makers did a great job of keeping individual character development to a low, fleeting level. You identify with or dislike the different characters because of the aspects of humanity that they represent, but not because you spent a half hour learning about their particular lives and growing particularly attached. Too much individual character development in a project like this, during which you don't really have the time to fully develop those characters, and you end up with World War Z, in which you feel like you're supposed to care about the individual characters but you don't because they're only halfway developed.
Shocking substance but overly clinical approach
Steven Soderbergh's cautionary tale about the dangerous reality that is (and/or could be) a deadly global pandemic and its disastrous effects of human society and sense of morality proves an often harrowing but ultimately overly clinical film. Gwyneth Paltrow returns home from a business trip (which included some secret bedding out of wedlock) and is struck by seizures. Her husband Matt Damon rushes her to a hospital where she soon dies, much to everybody's shock and surprise. Her demise is only the beginning, as the disease that killed her – a fictional form (fortunately!) of meningoencephalitis – soon manifests itself all over the globe. The social order starts to break down everywhere as governments are unable to cope with the sudden onslaught that plagues their citizens. Experts from the CDC and WHO attempt to find a cure and to locate the origin of the outbreak but are hindered by problems as diverse as boundaries in their professional ethics, conspiracy bloggers inciting public revolt against the rule of law for their own profit, and the overall fear and hopelessness that drives people to extremes they would otherwise never consider, just to survive another day. The result is a carefully woven mosaic of various plot lines that never merge but end up making for an excellently rounded structure as a whole in terms of exploring the nature of the virus, its effects on global society and the race for ending its reign of terror. Though credit has to be given to Soderbergh and his team for keeping this narrative as close to reality as possible, both for chilling us to the bone and for the benefit of our education, it's hard to deny the film's occasional uneven pace and its constant need for overexplaining the more technical situations portrayed, even though it's tremendously helpful in understanding the motions of science in hazardous scenarios like these, and provides some always welcome intellectual uplifting of the audience in general. At times it feels a documentary would have better suited this topic (and no doubt some have). An all-star cast is brought on board to demonstrate how swiftly a lethal, worldwide viral outbreak makes an end to everyday life and in some instances, human values we claim to hold dear until circumstances prove us otherwise.

Though convincing performances are found throughout, in hindsight it would have been more apt to have these characters be played by less known talents to increase the level of realism Contagion aims for. Though the likes of Matt Damon, Marion Cotillard, Kate Winslet, Laurence Fishburne and Jude Law are undoubtedly just as susceptible to nasty diseases as the rest of us (unless fortune really is a cure for every illness), their struggle against the horrible infliction in question doesn't feel as grounded in reality as it ought to because of the high level of internationally familiar faces and the lack of "normal people" in major roles throughout the whole. The movie's overall style is rather cold and detached, a tone many spectators would expect a scientifically accurate story to convey, while the human element is relegated to the background a little too much. Soderbergh focuses on the microcosm of things, so scenes of mass panic and rampant lawlessness are absent though they are referred to abundantly, which doesn't make the concerns addressed in this film feel as immediate and as serious as we are meant to experience them. Contagion is a fine attempt at explaining in a scientifically correct sense what very well could (and most likely would) transpire if it came down to a global pandemic of this magnitude – the death toll at the end of the film reaches 26 million people – but its reliance on letting science determine the course of the film doesn't make for as compelling and intense a drama as it should have been.
absorbing and refreshingly realistic
I like Contagion for some of the reasons that others on this site dislike it. This is not a movie with scenes of wrenching emotion, frenetic rioting, shocking plot twists, and break-neck, last minute rescues. Instead, this is a movie that portrays, in a way far more realistic than what you would find in 99% of science-themed movies, how something is likely to play out.

This movie breaks with the clichés of Hollywood disaster films. Instead of one superior character who diligently finds the answer, we have a team of hardworking, dedicated people who approach the problem thoughtfully and methodically, each making small but significant contributions. Instead of trying to hide the science, this movie explains things, letting you see and understand the process.

At the same time, Contagion keeps you connected, not by making unreal archetypes but by showing you very real people, sometimes brave and noble, sometimes understandably selfish (and in the case of one character, despicably selfish). While the movie avoids those big emotional scenes where the music swells up, there are amazing little touches, like a character's incomprehension of a loved one's death or a dying woman trying to help a fellow patient.

The movie does, in fact, have emotion, riots, suspenseful moments, noble actions, but they are never allowed to overwhelm the film or turn it into something formulaic. And this seems to be what a number of people don't like about it. They want this to be a movie about the breakdown of society, or a movie that personalizes a global disaster by focusing more on victims than scientists. And I like this movie precisely because it refuses to do things like that.

I found this movie fascinating in the way I found The Andromeda Strain fascinating; I like science and I like to see it portrayed believably. And while I sometimes do find Soderberg's movies a little too cold and the color palette a little too drab (my feeling about Traffic), for me these things worked beautifully in the context of this narrative.

Highly recommended.
A star-studded cast really couldn't save this one from the mediocre pile~

I found myself fairly bored all the way through~

If you saw this on a Sunday afternoon (without the amazing cast) while flicking through the TV channels you would probably skip right past it~

No real suspense, no real thrills, fairly dry and prosaic~

Please don't watch this just because you liked the film Outbreak with Dustin Hoffman ~ i really would recommend just re~watching Outbreak~

I bumped up my star rating to 5 because of the cast but really that was generous~
thought provoking
I was entertained by this film.i thought it was well acted,well written and well's also plausible that this could actually fact,it has happened more than once,which makes it all the more enthralling and really care for the least I poses questions that we do not have the answer for.will the next occurrence be on a bigger scale?will we be ready for it? and is it possible the population could be decimated?nobody knows.we can only hope we are prepared for any eventually and respond accordingly.anyway,that's enough soapbox preaching.for me, contagion is a solid 7/10
Go and wash your hands...NOW!
Now go and wash your hands! That's what you'll be doing after you see this film. Contagion is a frightening realistic procedural thriller about the spread of an airborne pandemic virus, its impact on an ensemble cast of characters played by a veritable 'Who's Who' of Hollywood and the subsequent race to find a cure.

Like his earlier work 'Traffic', Soderbergh skilfully interweaves the various story lines into a bigger picture that breathlessly tracks and encircles the globe. The cast do not let him down. It's impossible to see a bad performance from Matt Damon and once again his role as a grieving father is sensitively and painfully played. We really feel his sense of sudden and unexpected loss as he struggles to internalise the news of his wife's death, disbelieving, dazed and confused. Marion Cotillard adds an international hue to her role as a World Health Organisation investigator whilst Jude Law plays the role of an insidious Australian blogger, who dangerously undermines the medical establishment's attempts to find a cure for his own conspiratorial and financial gains, to perfection. I could go on; Laurence Fishburne, Kate Winslet, Jennifer Ehle and John Hawkes all provide solid support in a starry cast.

What makes this film so compelling is the way Soderbergh is able to show how unhygienic human beings are and how easy it is to create a pandemic. In hundreds of different absent minded ways we touch our faces on a daily basis and in doing so, transfer and spread dangerous viruses amongst ourselves. Next time you're in the supermarket look out for the number of people who pick their noses, wipe their mouths and cough, sneeze and splutter their way past you without any attempts to cover their mouths. They're picking up (and putting back) the fruit and vegetables, handling groceries and even touching your hand when supermarket staff are giving back your card or change! Worse still, a recent survey showed that although 95% of people say they wash their hands, only 12% actually do so and consequently 1 in 6 mobile phones have faecal bacterial on them and 30% of all handbags. I could go on.

Despite a slightly preposterous storyline when Cotillard is kidnapped in Hong Kong, Soderbergh does portray the breakdown of society in an uncomfortably truthful way when people are suddenly and unexpectedly faced with their own extinction and the instincts of self preservation take over. This could have been explored a little further around the world although at all times the story is grounded in reality. Even the death toll of 27 million worldwide in four months has the ring of truth about it and this is due in no small part to the film's chief scientific adviser, Dr. W. Ian Lipkin, the John Snow Professor of Epidemiology at Columbia University. The televised national lottery in the film is something that I could see happening in the interests of fairness and impartiality when the supply of vaccines is unable to keep up with demand when life and death is only one injection away.

At the film's closing credits one thing stands out and that is the unheralded and heroic work of the thousands of doctors, microbiologists, virologists and vaccine researchers around the world who labour night and day to minimise the effects of such a pandemic occurring which might wipe out the human race. If you're a pessimist like me in this age of global warming, massive deforestation, the depletion of the earth's natural resources, the extinction of wildlife habitats, overpopulation and overcrowding, go figure...a pandemic like the one portrayed in Contagion is inevitable (and long overdue according to the scientific world). The only question that remains is how many people will it kill? Anyway, go and see the film – it's a thought provoking and scary chiller that taps into the current zeitgeist.
Soderbergh just doesn't cut it...
CONTAGION is the latest addition to the cinematic sub-genre of 'virus' films detailing world populations suffering from various epidemics. Other favourites over the years have included the Dustin Hoffman film OUTBREAK and the Japanese epic VIRUS. This one takes a pleasingly global tone in its look at the rapid spread of a virus with devastating consequences, but the problem with it lies in Steven Soderbergh's direction.

I'm just not a fan of Soderbergh and I never have been. This guy seems to be like anti-cinema to me; his camera-work always seems obvious, and it's as if his direction is constantly obtrusive, when in fact it should be unnoticeable. His attempt to direct a martial arts film, HAYWIRE, was pretty pathetic, and his direction was the worst thing about the otherwise involving CHE two-parter.

CONTAGION is thus a frequently dizzying viewing experience in which a vast tableau of characters are involved with the epidemic in various ways. I was delighted when it turned out that Gwyneth Paltrow had very little screen time, but there are so many main characters in this that nobody really registers. Epidemic films should be thrilling and suspenseful, but CONTAGION never is; it does have a level of gritty realism going for it, but it's a film that it's hard to get excited about because it's just so ordinary.
I probably rate this 1/10 since I had huge expectations before pressing Play.

What sucks about it is that it ended when it should have began. I got so bored during the first 20 minutes I barely even watched it without Facebooking with VLC in windowed mode.

I wanted to see a movie about contagion, about how people react in a apocalypse-like environment. Sadly, we barely got those scenes. Damon had no development, the film should've been centered around him and the choices he has to make to keep his daughter safe. There was 1 instance of that i think; in the line where they handed out food, someone pushed his daughter and Damon pushed him back. And yeah, the kid who stalks his daughter, Damon had to tell him off a couple of times.

Twitter & Facebooktime. In the TV interview, it just sounded so stupid when the host asks the blogger "on Twitter, you wrote..." Like really? I don't know, maybe i'm just tired but it seems stupid when they're talking about a global conspiracy.

The ending wasn't explained at all, they just showed some animals doing animal things. Like 2 minutes. They seriously felt 2 minutes were enough to explain the virus origin, and they didn't even explain it, they just showed how it went from bats to people.

I think Contagion would've been better if they shortened the huge upbuilding and the boring lab scenes, put more focus on Damon and his daughter, more scenes from the streets, a better & well explained ending, and maybe even make the movie 30 minutes longer.
Soderbergh's virus thriller is good but not contagious.
'CONTAGION': Three and a Half Stars (Out of Five)

Director Steven Soderbergh tries his skills dabbling in the horror/sci-fi field with this virus outbreak disaster film. Working from a screenplay by Scott Z. Burns (who also wrote 'THE INFORMANT!' which Soderbergh also directed) Soderbergh tells the story of a highly contagious virus that quickly spreads throughout the world by mere contact, turning deadly in days. It's an ensemble piece featuring Matt Damon, Laurence Fishburne, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Marion Cotillard and Gwyneth Paltrow all as leads in intersecting stories. Like all of Soderbergh's films it's strongly character and dialogue driven and the horror/thriller elements kind of take a back seat to them. I found the film interesting at first, as well as engaging, but the characters not fleshed out enough and the material a little too dry for my taste.

The movie opens centering on the first person, Beth Emhoff (Paltrow), to contract the virus while on a business trip in Hong Kong. She returns home to her husband Mitch (Damon) and son Clark (Griffin Kane) appearing to be sick but dies days later after being rushed to the hospital, by Mitch, for going into seizures. Clark soon follows but Mitch appears to be immune to the disease. While Mitch and his daughter Jory (Anna Jacoby-Heron) struggle to deal with their loss the virus spreads like falling dominoes and members of the Department of Homeland Security and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, like Dr. Ellis Cheever (Fishburne) and Dr. Erin Mears (Kate Winslet), rush to try and figure out what the virus is and stop it as well as the fear it quickly causes (which of course becomes more dangerous than the virus itself). The film centers on other characters in other areas and positions around the world as well.

While the film does have a lot of character development I think it probably centers on too many characters leaving most of them underdeveloped as a result. We never truly see the basic relatable side of most of the characters, in their natural element, as the film centers far too much on their anguish and desperation. This is why I think the film was a little lacking in my opinion. In the hands of a more fitting director it could have been a much more polished out character driven drama or a perfectly decent genre film with social commentary (or both). This film tries to straddle the line of both and fails, falling a little short in both areas because of it. A filmmaker like George A. Romero could have truly done justice to a film like this in his day. Still the film is technically competent and it delivers most of what it promises. A little slow and unfocused in places but for the most part it works to a certain extent. Soderbergh has been really hit and miss for me throughout his career so I can't say this film was a disappointment. I'd say it's about average for him, maybe even a little better.

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I liked it
The movie I want to give a review on is the movie Contagion which premiered in 2011 staring Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Marion Cotillard, Laurence Fishburne, and Kate Winslet. This film was nominated for over 10 awards including Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, and USA as well as Georgia Film Critics Association. Twice this movie has walked away with wins in categories like; Golden Trailer awarded to Best Thriller TV Spot Warner Bros. Seismic Productions also this movie has won Hollywood Film Award which is awarded to Editor of the Year Stephen Mirrione for the Ides of March. With that being said this movie is based on flu like plague that appears out of nowhere. The movie starts out at an airport where Gwyneth Paltrow's character is on her way home from a business meeting in Hong Kong. From there she starts to feel a little under the weather she comes home to her husband Matt Damon and her son. No less than 24 hours later she coughing up blood and has a seizure then dies just like that 24 hours after that there son dies of the same flu like plague. Gwyneth Paltrow spread the virus to her son and her husband but Matt Damon does not catch the virus he is then put into quarantine, and the doctors figure out that he is immune to the mysterious virus. Meanwhile over in Hong Kong the same thing is transpiring in small areas and cities. My review of this film it's a pretty good film the acting is second to none. I enjoyed the dialogue as well the notion of it being it being a virus that could wipe out people like that.
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