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Phase IV

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Phase IV March 9 2007
By sarahk_3 - Published on
Format: DVD
Interesting story for the premise of this film.

A Large Multinational Drug Company has found a cure for AIDS.

But instead of making the AIDS drug cure available to the general public, the Large Drug Company decide to wipe out any trace that this AIDS drug cure exists.

Only problem is, that the Large Drug Company (LDC), has already started human trials of the AIDS drug that cures and the people who were successfully cured by this trial drug, now become targets for the LDC to wipe out.

LDC doesn't want any member of the public to know of their discovery, what they want to happen is that they want to make Billions of Dollars by marketing and selling an AIDS drug that simply treats the symptoms of AIDS.

The only facet of this story that I found a little unbelievable was the fact the Dean's character was an ex-navy seal and it was interesting to watch Dean Cain playing a journalist (again) in this film. :). So if you can suspend your disbelief about the "ex navy seal", it is an easy and entertaining/clever little movie to watch.

I would recommend this film to any Dean Cain fan.

take care, sarahk_4005
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Bosworth as a 'bad-guy' Dec 19 2007
By La Mar R. Binder - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A good watch, and Brian Bosworth as a 'bad guy'. Dean Cain is excellent in a movie with a better plot than expected. I truely enjoyed this movie,
and Bosworth does a good job with his character. But the movie is Dean Cain's. A definte buy, and one you can watch over and over.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Could have been better. Jan. 9 2007
By Susan T. O'keefe - Published on
Format: DVD
The best acting job in the whole movie, was Dean Cain himself. The telling of his back story could have been more detailed. It tended to be a bit disjointed in some areas. The action was pretty good though.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Suspenseful May 29 2010
By Kimo - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a fine fictional work, which could easily be based on truth if you believe the rumors about the big drug companies "shelving" cheap drugs/cures that work so they can make big bucks. In this movie, they made a drug that works too well --- it cures. Consequently, the drug company sets out to retrieve all of their drug issued to trial subjects.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Explosive and Challenging Sept. 13 2009
By Cynthia Repsher - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The movie starts off as confusing,but it gets easier to understand,after 30 minutes.Dean Cain's character was an innocent dupe who gets caught up by mistake in a drug trade gone wrong.After being chased down through out the movie by the drug lord and being accused of knowing too much,when he doesn't know what Phase IV is until catching on to the operation,as being an experiment gone wrong.He finally goes to the police and his Journal professor,with the evidence,only to find out he got in deeper than needed and must solve a murder indirectly to stop the operation,and uncover a shady secret.