The movie doesn't make sense, and you have the hope through out all the movie it can get better. But it doesn't.
Annihilation (2018) 1080p YIFY Movie
Annihilation (2018) 1080p
A biologist signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition where the laws of nature don't apply.
IMDB: 7.630 Likes
The Synopsis for Annihilation (2018) 1080p
A biologist's husband disappears. She puts her name forward for an expedition into an environmental disaster zone, but does not find what she's expecting. The expedition team is made up of the biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist, a surveyor, and a linguist.
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Bad movieReviewed bygcarolinapVote: 1/10
A meteorite strikes a lighthouse on the southeastern US coast and a mysterious 'Shimmer Zone' begins expanding from the impact point. The government keeps the event a secret and sends military units into the area. None of the personnel ever return, until the special forces husband of an ex-Army biologist called Lena suddenly shows up at their home. He's been missing for a year, remembers little of it, and soon falls seriously ill, which leads to Lena joining the next all-female expedition. After entering the zone, the five women discover strange mutations are happening to the flora and fauna, and their communications devices no longer work. Rather than return to base and report these discoveries, they push on deeper into the zone, making more foolish decisions as they proceed, until they resemble dim-witted teenagers in a slasher pic.
Many sci-fi fans will recall JG Ballard conceived the original idea of an expanding zone where the laws of nature are transformed. By comparison to Ballard's 1966 novel 'The Crystal World', Garland's film of Jeff VanderMeer's copycat fiction is a conventional adventure movie spiced up with some sci-fi mumbo-jumbo. The military and scientific background becomes increasingly farcical as routine action sequences and CGI pyrotechnics overwhelm all the grown-up possibilities. 'Annihilation' ends up as juvenile and unbelievable as Garland's 2007 'Sunshine' screenplay. After 'Ex Machina', it's a major disappointment.
Other reviewers have pointed out all the illogical aspects of the movie, but what impacted me the most was the ever so present stronk feminism... That, and the flashbacks that ruined every little atmosphere build up.
Also, check out every review above 7, clearly "professionally" written... This movie's grade belongs in the 4.5 zone...