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Written on: 12/04/2014 by helruna (36 reviews written)
New on the scene Welsh director Caradog James directs a really good, gritty but very low budget sci-fi cyberpunk thriller with panache. The script is very good and deals with the nature of love and morality. In the future there is a Cold War between China and the West. The West is loosing and needs stronger cybernetics and AI's to lead the war. The story follows a MOD lead cybernetic programmer - Vincent, who recruits a new programmer - Ava who has the basis of a self-aware and conscious… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2014 by travelboy (12 reviews written)
There has not been a decent main / secondary actor mystery, horror, thriller since Old Boy, Angel Heart nor Jacobs Ladder for sometime. Sci-fi has got near with movies such as TimeCrimes. I for one congratulate the making of a movie which misleads the audience convincingly as to whom to trust and why, with a lot of plot red herrings. I think on the whole it's well executed. Ignore the mislead bad reviews of this movie found on IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes. This is an intelligent mystery, horror… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2014 by Travelbiz (3 reviews written)
I was relieved to see that finally, there is a movie that my niece can watch. Here we see a woman who found the love I ardently wish for every woman in my life. Most would say the film's plot offers a twist towards the end, but emphasis on this merely highlights how immune we have been to stories of courageous heroes and pitiful damsels in distress who are redeemed only by their beauty. How sad it is that for decades, we have failed to see the true capacity of a woman, and when a film… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2014 by timmytank (80 reviews written)
Saw this in the cinema this week and it is obviously hilarious, it couldn't not be given the people in it. You're always going to compare it to the original and the truth is that it is not as good. However as a stand alone movie, it is still amazingly funny and just as quotable as the first. The only negative things that I can say is that it is a bit too long, a couple of scenes seemed forced as they were trying to shoe in favourite bits from the old one (jazz flute/the mens fragrance… Read Full Review
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