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Homicide detective Sean Nault, a cop on a parallel Earth whose technology is powered exclusively by magic. Sean investigates a baffling series of murders committed by a means he's never seen before: science. With the aid of Lenoir, a member of the ridiculed subculture of "pragmatists" who believe science is more than the stuff of myths & children's stories, and the 130-year-old sorcerer Winston Churchill, Sean uncovers an ominous plot that will lead him to another dimension and the realization that, unless he prevents it, both earths could well be destroyed. Written by
When I first heard of Paradox and its concept, I thought that's interesting, there might be a good movie somewhere in there. Little did I know that such potential was going to be squandered, just like that. I agree it does show that the film has a made for TV feel, and a really bad made for TV feel at that. The editing is all over the place, the camera work is nothing special and the effects are substandard. The story is alone to squander the potential the concept held, it is a poorly paced and derivative one with many scenes that are pointless and go nowhere, while the dialogue is cheesy(unbearably) and inane and the characters poorly explored and clichéd. The direction is often messy, while none of the actors are good or connect to their characters. All in all, awful. 2/10 Bethany Cox
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