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The Relic
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Directed By
Peter Hyams

Written By:
Amy Holden Jones, John Raffo, Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver

Cast:
Penelope Ann Miller, Tom Sizemore, Linda Hunt, James Whitmore, Clayton Rohner, Lewis Van Bergen, Robert Lesser, Lewis Van Bergen, Constance Towers, Audra Lindley, John Kapelos, Tico Wells, Diane Robin, Chi Moui Lo, Francis X. McCarthy, Thomas Ryan, Francis X. McCarthy

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The Relic (1997)
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Movie Review by BillyBob
July 30th, 2009

'ALIEN' IN A MUSEUM

When it comes to THE RELIC - You know that you're in for a pretty grim ride when the movie's only light moment comes from the coroner.

One problem with this movie is so easy to explain - There were way-way too many corpses. ("Joe, why are you sitting there not saying anything?" Joe's head falls to the floor. "EYAAAAAH!!")

You better watch out! The Kathoga is on the loose inside of Chicago's Museum of Natural History.

Plucky evolutionary-biologist, Dr. Margo Green, joins forces with super-tough, Chicago cop, Lt. Vincent D'Agosta, to unravel the mega-mystery behind an onslaught of mangled, decapitated corpses that keep popping up all around the museum during an opening-night gala.

When D'Agosta and Green investigate further they find that there were also mysterious deaths on a cargo ship that brought a monster, known as the Kathoga, up from South America.

Awesome 'Kathoga' Monster-Effects by STAN WINSTON.

Believe me, the Kathoga is one mean and ferocious monster.

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