I watched a lot of movies since I was a child, and I wrote a lot of movie reviews in high school and college. Streaming has become popular in recent years, and there are full of movie websites everywhere. I feel more at ease. Among them, thrillers (thrillers), which can be completely forgotten without thinking, are my favorite leisure choices. I traveled in Asia two months ago.
I experienced the social unrest and banner design panic caused by the intensification of the epidemic every day. I have also participated in the long queue to buy masks several times. Grip. After returning to Silicon Valley in the United States a few weeks ago, after self-isolating for more than 3 weeks, the United States as a whole has begun to be alert to the threat of the coronavirus (it seems that as of today, Trump is the only one who still dismissively considers this to be the opponent Democratic Party) shit). Living in such a fear of intensifying the spread every day naturally reminds me of some classic epidemic thriller movies I have seen in the past.
Recently, many people have also made similar lists on the Internet, and I have selected a few classics that I was really intimidated by to share. (I didn't include any zombie movies. Because it would be too superfluous to include all zombie movies, so I will only talk about three blockbuster movies that are closer to today's situation) (The following contains some spoilers for "Crisis General Mobilization", "Across the Country" and "Influenza") OutBreak MV5BYWU0YmU3OWQtZWQ3Ny00ZjUyLThmNDUtODA1 Image source: "Crisis General Mobilization" stills The theme of plague or infectious disaster has long been one of Hollywood's sci-fi themes, but this 1995 film can be said to be the first disease disaster film made with a scientific and medical vision and a lot of money.