Anne Heche stars as a World Health Organization Doctor who uncovers the real cause of an epidemic is the government’s secret chem-trail program.
User Reviews: When I saw this movie on Netflix, I decided to watch it just because it takes place in Spokane (close to where I grew up). With a pretty dismal rating, I wasn’t expecting much going into it. However, I was pleasantly surprised.
The production value, acting, filming, sound, etc. are all well done. Unlike many Netflix instant-play movies, it seemed this one was made by a competent production company that actually invested into the quality of the film.
Although the story isn’t anything extraordinary, and can be very slow at times, it can be credited with being somewhat original and provides a few fresh twists. If you aren’t expecting a Hollywood blockbuster, and can manage to sit through a movie without A-list actors, you may actually find the 90 minutes of Toxic Skies enjoyable.
The only thing I am really disappointed with is the location of Spokane plays no role besides the movie needing to take place somewhere. It is ironic the one thing that hooked me into watching the movie ended up being irrelevant.