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Memory Run (1995)

The year is 2015, and big brother is everywhere. The search for immortality is over. Science has finally achieved the impossible, undermining the most basic aspect of life: that Mind, Body,... See full summary »

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Celeste / Josette
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Dr. Munger
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Gabriel
Lynne Cormack ...
Dr. Merain
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Kristen
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Bradden
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Andre Fuller
Jonathan Tanner ...
Raff
Natalie Radford ...
Alice
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Sladecker
Robbie Rox ...
Norris
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Father
Diana Rowland ...
Mother
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Young Andre
Eric Murphy ...
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The year is 2015, and big brother is everywhere. The search for immortality is over. Science has finally achieved the impossible, undermining the most basic aspect of life: that Mind, Body, and Soul must be one, Those who benefit from this new technology will wake up to a new and youthful beginning - the rest of humankind must live a bad dream and wake up to a living nightmare that goes beyond life, beyond death, and beyond redemption. Written by Tommy Henry <tommyhenry@beta.delphi.com>

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Beyond Life... Beyond Death... Beyond Redemption


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Rated R for strong violence, and for sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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20 February 1996 (USA)  »

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Buscando la eternidad  »

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The kind of movie that gives sci-fi a bad name
28 July 2004 | by (Fleetwood, UK) – See all my reviews

There's a decent enough slice of science fiction lurking somewhere in this story but it's well hidden in a low budget TV standard shoot-em-up production.

The fact that the director felt it necessary to supply 3 screens-worth of background information at the start demonstrates that he doesn't have a lot of faith in the quality of the screenplay. Lots of machine guns and explosions punctuate the unimaginative dialogue. The actors do their best but they don't have a lot to work with.

The film does have its moments and from time to time begins to develop relationships between the characters, but the director seems determined to keep rushing on to the next unremarkable action sequence instead of allowing the viewer any kind of emotional engagement.


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