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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 19%
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IMDb Rating 5.2 10 104234


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July 08, 2012 at 07:07 PM


Rosamund Pike as Samantha Grimm
Dwayne Johnson as Sarge
Karl Urban as John Grimm
Doug Jones as Dr. Carmack Imp / Sewer Imp
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 10 / 44

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Sam Panico 5 / 10

Respawn this...

Andrzej Bartkowiak has been the cinematographer on three films that were nominated for Best Picture Academy Awards: The Verdict, Terms of Endearment and Prizzi's Honor. But he may be better known for his films that combined hip-hop and action, like Cradle 2 the Grave, Exit Wounds and Romeo Must Die. He's also been behind two video game films: Doom and Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li.

That said, Time selected this as one of the top 10 worst video game movies, along with House of the Dead, Wing Commander, In the Name of the King, Hitman, BloodRayne, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Double Dragon, Street Fighter and Super Mario Brothers. Trust me -- it's not that bad. And films like this (and a few others on the list) don't belong in the same wastebin as Uwe Boll films.

After a Mars research station is attacked, Dr. Todd Carmack sends a distress call that is answered by a team of Marines, led by Asher "Sarge" Mahonin (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson). John "Reaper" Grimm (Karl Urban, Dredd) and his sister, Dr. Samantha (Rosamund Pike, star of Becca's go to DVD, Gone Girl) are there to retrieve critical info before the base is destroyed. We learn that they were born on Mars and their parents were killed here. All that remained after their accident were skeletons of genetically enhanced humans.

Of course, all hell breaks loose -- literally. Demonic monsters attack, The Rock ends up being the bad guy, innocent people get killed, a long first-person sequence happens and there's plenty of action. Seriously, the movie is short on story and long on special effects and gore. It's like an Alien movie without the xenomorphs, I guess. Or much excitement. It's competently made, but an hour after it was over and I started writing this, all I could remember that I enjoyed was that the Rock played against his usual character and that Karl Urban got to be the hero.

Reviewed by undeaddt 4 / 10


I was very dissapointed when I saw the movie. It is one big disgrace to the Doom games which are legendary in the gaming community. Maybe I am talking this way because I don't like Dwayne Johnson, but I know what Doom was all about.. and this movie isn't. Feels unfinished, looks unfinished, bad acting.. all summed up 4/10

Reviewed by cinemajesty 5 / 10

Martian Black Side Terror

Movie Review: "Doom" (2005)

After "Super Mario Bros." (1993) and "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" (2001) comes the third adaptation of an major video game phenomenon. "Doom", the movie based on first to be computer game for PC tower/desktops released in 1993, directed by professional cinematography and director of "Exit Wounds" (2001) Andrzej Bartkowiak gets a major motion picture enterprise of a 60 Million Dollar licensed and packed by producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura for an Universal Picture release due on October 21st 2005 just in time for an Halloween holiday at the movie houses.

Nevertheless the on-time release did not help to make it a hit at the box office. Even so publicly known personnel has been engaged with professional wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, performing solidly in one of his first leading roles as Sarge, second by highly agile actress Rosamund Pike, giving face to mars scientist Samantha Grimm, plus side-kicking actor Karl Urban as her brother John Grimm. The production value comes along high standard, yet the only one-time 2 and 1/2 minute ego-shooter scene of hardcore encounters, mimicking the full-frontal action gameplay of the original, may want to convince the spectre that there might have been more spectacle at hand, if the screen writing duo Dave Callham & Wesley Strick only gave at least one of the character the chance to meet some space action outside the compound instead of keeping the cast locked up in tiresome tight lab locations and corridors.

"Doom" can be enjoyed as what is an inactive, undemanding, major turning-point-missing video game adaptation that makes me lean back, squeezing a little smile instead of grabbing the arms of the auditorium's chair in pure excitement or at least terrifying science-fiction terror.

© 2017 Felix Alexander Dausend (Cinemajesty Entertainments LLC)

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