Why in any movie does an outbreak of a virus make people violent and worse than animals?

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  • 1 month ago

    One it's in the script, and two they are probably scared and things like that do happen, mob mentality gone wild.

  • It's in the script....

  • LilyRT
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    1 month ago

    well, usually in that type of movie, you get a breakdown in governmental services. check out the crime stats following a hurricane: looting, burglary, rape, property destruction, etc. those are real occurrences, but that's just when you get a temporary breakdown for a day or so. now, imagine that the breakdown is much longer and wider spread. it seems like violence and crime would be inevitable at that point.

  • 1 month ago

    Because it’s the law of the pacj

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  • 1 month ago

    Usually disaster movies cater to that sort of audience. Those that like to see what society would look like if everything turned to **** and we all started acting like animals. It’s just about the demographic.

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