Rebecca is a disgraced scientists carrying out illegal experiments to confirm the existence and begin travel between parallel universes.She accidentally cracks the problem. Her counterparts...
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Six years have passed since the war ended. With no cure for the alien virus, Earth's population is being resettled on the fringe of known space. One by one, these frontier settlements are disappearing.
Champion gamer Max Troy discovers events in a new video game are being mirrored in the real world, and must join forces with the game's protagonist, Orson Creed, to unravel the conspiracy before the game's sinister plot overwhelms the city.
Rebecca is a disgraced scientists carrying out illegal experiments to confirm the existence and begin travel between parallel universes.She accidentally cracks the problem. Her counterparts in neighboring universes are also working on the same problem but they but they have their own agendas and things get out of hand. Written by
This movie apparently takes an odd resemblance to Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd characters from James Bond's Diamonds are Forever (1971) who play some multi-dimensional caretakers. Add mediocre acting, and eventually some pretty poor special effects and you get an unfortunate presentation of a blurry version of an episode from the television series second season of Fringe (2009). There is an attempt at the character parallels better presented in the time travel movie entitled The Thirteenth Floor (1999). What allows this movie to edge out a slightly above average rating is its nice conceptual outline of parallel worlds. But the script and direction suffer and pretty dumbs down the outcome.
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