Code Blue: The Movie (2018)58K
Code Blue: The Movie: With Tomohisa Yamashita, Yui Aragaki, Erika Toda, Manami Higa. The ‘helicopter doctor’ team is back and ready to take on the disasters and accidents at Japan’s Narita airport and points near and far. They work together through these professional emergencies and deal with their personal calamities.
“Without knowing what I was getting myself into, aside from knowing it was a Japanese movie, then I sat down to watch u0026quot;Code Blue: The Movieu0026quot;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWell, at least I managed to watch 23 minutes, then I gave up and turned it off. Talk about a heap of garbage compiled into the presentation of a movie.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFirst of all, the characters in the movie were essentially one and the same. They came off as being a gelatinous cube of asexual matter wearing medical team outfits. You didnu0026#39;t really care about the characters in the movie, nor did you really know where one ended and the next one started. Talk about a bland character gallery.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAnd also the fact that this was essentially just a Japanese modern version of u0026quot;General Hospitalu0026quot; didnu0026#39;t really help much to entice me after being bored senseless of a horrible character gallery. I didnu0026#39;t at any point submerge myself into the storyline because it seemed erratic and random with little or no proper coherency or anything worthwhile to spur my interest.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e23 minutes of the ordeal known as u0026quot;Code Blue: The Movieu0026quot;, and I will never return to finish the rest of the movie. There simply is no point or purpose to it, because I didnu0026#39;t care an ounce about the storyline or the characters.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNo need to bother with this one. Some of us suffered through – parts of the entire movie – so you donu0026#39;t have to.”