The Fly


Action / Drama / Horror / Romance / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 134007


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Jeff Goldblum as Seth Brundle
Geena Davis as Veronica Quaife
David Cronenberg as Gynecologist
John Getz as Stathis Borans
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Stevieboy666 8 / 10

Brilliant remake

In the 21st Century when us horror fans hear the word "remake" it usually comes with a sigh, but there was a time when remakes were actually as good, if not better, than the original. The Fly is a perfect example, quite possibly one of the best remakes ever. Bit of a slow star (if you're lacking patience) but well worth sticking with. Superb direction by Cronenberg, two great leads in Goldblum & Davis plus some terrific transformation effects make this an 80's classic.

Reviewed by cinemajesty 8 / 10

The Superior Horror Movie

Movie Review: "The Fly" (1986)

20th Century Fox and Director David Cronenberg present the ultimate Horror Film. Based on a truly remarkable love story between inventor Seth Brundle, performed by down-to-every-beat actor Jeff Goldblum, and journalist Veronica Quaife in perfect-matching actress Geena Davis, create two reality-rooted believable characters in a terrifying scenario, recalling the brilliance of "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein", where the creator becomes literally the monster he has created in a further stake-raising triangle romance, supporting portrayal by actor John Getz as the journalist's boss Stathis Borans accompanied with an emotional underlining score by Howard Shore and crystal-clear sound design, which nobody will leave cold due to a constant suspense-triggering image system.

This 90 minutes motion picture brings filmmaking to excellency, where any department has been thought through from detail-eyed production design by Carol Spier over highly disciplined cinematography by Mark Irwin to creature and special make-up effects by Chris Walas and his associates, who under David Cronenberg's relentless empathetic direction produce one of the best works of their careers, in congenial simplistic screenstory of the protagonist, developing a procedure to teleport firstly objects as the following more desirable organic subject as self-teleportation between to points in space, given the leading cast opportunities to follow their characters' arc of life-work-leisure-fulfillment to an uncompromised, shocking conclusion, which seeks its equal in motion picture history.

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Reviewed by Matt Greene 9 / 10

Gross goodness

Only Cronenberg could remake the great B-movie original with as much humor as he does terror. The visual effects and makeup in the body horror is undeniable and supremely disgusting, but the way Goldblum's Brundle handles his transformation is dryly and unnervingly funny. Goldblum and Davis are both so great, and the way the movie peals away thematic layers of purity and sex and procreation goes far beyond the original.

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