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The strength of the movie lies in the theme, it makes the viewer think. The Grey matter is given some food to munch on. Robin Williams as always is brilliant. But it doesn't really gel in that you see that everything apart from the concept of the memory implant is so like today's world. On one hand there are 9th generation Zoe implants and on the other hand the filing system is so primitive. Lock and key lockers for storing files. Same old buses. Hardly any security at the building when Williams is looking for files etc. If science has progressed so much in one field then surely other things should have changed. It seems to be an anachronism. Overall for the good theme- recommended
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