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||IMDB Rating: 2.5/10 from 158 votes
||Genre: Sci-Fi, Science Fiction
||Director: Andrew Bellware,
||Stars: Angela Funk, David Ian Lee, Greg Oliver Bodine, H.R. Britton, Jef Betz, Jeffrey Plunkett, Medina Senghore, Montserrat Mendez, Nadia Dassouki, Rebecca Kush, Robin Kurtz, Susan Rankus, Thomas Rowen, Tzaddi Allick, Vincent Marano
||Synopsis: 2525 A.D. Man has colonized the stars. The wealthy and powerful implant their brains in cloned versions of themselves to gain immortality. As a side-effect, occasionally a clone develops mutant abilities. A clonehunter and his new partner have to track down a clone who threatens to destroy the planet unless the rich man he was cloned for gives him all his wealth. Written by Anonymous
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I must say I was pleasantly surprised at how easy & enjoyable this one
was to watch. You can tell right away that it's relatively low-budget,
but one thing that's also pretty clear to me at least is that the
actors were clearly trying their best to do a good job. Even the actors
who weren't all that great - they at least clearly took it seriously.
I'd rather see a bad actor who is serious about at least trying to do a
good job than a wonderful actor who couldn't give a fig -any- day. I
was particularly impressed with the leading actress (the one with the
robotic hand). She nuanced some parts of the script in such a way that
if this is still a relatively "new" career for her, then I'd love to
see her work in 20 years because with a bit of time & experience, I
think she has "greatness" potential.
Visually speaking, it wouldn't surprise me to learn that this was
someone's "Bladerunner"-inspired attempt at making a live action "comic
book" style movie. The sets, the lighting, the colors and even the
character poses were all things that would actually look fairly decent
in comic book ink. The "Plasticoat" billboard ad on the side of a
building was very much an homage to Bladerunner - the actress even
seemed to give the same smile.
The characters were fairly formulaic, and certain scenes were as well,
but overall the creators of this flick did manage to make it
interesting and actually seemed to have a few of those "original ideas"
which so seem to elude movie writers these days.
My favorite part of the entire movie was Naomi, the holographic cat -
she's not all that prominent in any given scene, but she is
ever-present (even if only off to the side) and is ultimately much more
critical than she's ever given credit for. She was a nifty idea and
perhaps the most well-done special effect of the entire film. Her
movements and interaction with the other characters were all very
detailed - her sounds, her motions as a cat and her flickerings as a
holograph as well as her color - all were nuanced to a degree you
wouldn't expect for a film with such a low budget. Whoever made that
special effect clearly has a talent for finessing the believable from
the non-existent quantum- binary froth of the CGI realms. ;-)
Overall, I wouldn't recommend it for family night -or- to folks who
take their science fiction seriously enough to make a distinction
between "science fiction" and "sci-fi" - this film is definitely
"sci-fi" for those who understand the difference. :-) But it is a
pretty cute story and isn't difficult at all to sit through if you
don't try to expect too much from it.
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, David Ian Lee
, Greg Oliver Bodine
, H.R. Britton
, Jef Betz
, Jeffrey Plunkett
, Medina Senghore
, Montserrat Mendez
, Nadia Dassouki
, Rebecca Kush
, Robin Kurtz
, Susan Rankus
, Thomas Rowen
, Tzaddi Allick
, Vincent Marano
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