The film up for review, John Frankenheimer's 1979 environmental horror film, "Prophecy." A few weeks back I got on a '70s 'animals attack people/Jaws ripoffs' movie kick and was told by a friend that this one was not to be missed. The following are our undoctored emails, definitely not done on work time, taken right after a viewing:
Indian ax vs. logger chainsaw, monster tadpoles, burny bear fetuses, Holy crap, that big melty bear just totally ripped off the roof!
Patrick: Don't forget when they're all like, whew, the melty bear drowned, and then OH JEEBUS HE'S COMIN OUT DA LAKE!!
Scott: STAB HIM WITH YOUR ARROWS, INDIAN!!!
Patrick: Why must the white man poison the earth with his greed, Scott Adams? WHYYYY?
Scott: Hey, you like your paper, don't you? Well, then you're part of the problem.
Patrick: Hm, yes, well. I suppose I am. Bring on the melty bears then I guess.
I would like to add that the melty bears came about though a paper company dumping chemicals in the river, which makes our final conversation make a bit more sense. Oh, and check out that melty bear!
Five stars for "Prophecy."