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September 24th, 2005

Saturday night fever has officially broken

Abstract:
Danica McKellar stars as an intrepid reporter posing as a worker on an offshore oil rig located somewhere in the Arctic Ocean. She's not prepared for the fact that the company has been experimenting with nanotechnology, unleashing a swarm of tiny, self-replicating mechanical bugs. Like the best and worst fantasy, "Path of Destruction" doesn't let mere plausibility get in the way of speculative storytelling.

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