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Emulation (2010)

| Action, Adventure, Thriller
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Yesterday Noah Wilson was an average college student-- today he is the FBI's Most Wanted. He is a fugitive on the run. But why an average college student? Enter the Emulation corp., a ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Steven Chiado ...
Agent Adams
Christian M. Condrick ...
Agent Halpern
Chuck Getty ...
Lawyer
Tom Getty ...
Noah Wilson
Jeff Howanek ...
William Kyger
Mike McManus ...
Kid With Camera
Jocelyn Meehan ...
Jessica
Anthony Pinto ...
Agent Powell
Grant Stetz ...
Mr. Lyle
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Yesterday Noah Wilson was an average college student-- today he is the FBI's Most Wanted. He is a fugitive on the run. But why an average college student? Enter the Emulation corp., a company that provides for you the experience of living life through your favorite movie. For Noah however, his movie has spiraled out of control. What begins as a simple thriller-- eliminate the CIA mole, save the day-- progresses into a real-life murder case; himself the main suspect! Written by Anonymous

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The car chase on the 376 Parkway in Pittsburgh was filmed in under 4 hours. Cinematographer Matt Meehan strapped an HVX-200 to the top of a vehicle to achieve certain shots. Other angles were filmed by Tom Getty hanging out a side window, leaning down just inches away from the pavement at a speed of 70 MPH. See more »

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The red Ford Taurus instantly moves from the right lane to the center lane during the car chase scene. See more »

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The twists keep coming!
14 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

This film was entertaining, thought provoking and surprising from the start! You immediately get to see, and relate to the lonely and bored with life main character, Noah. The film takes him through what was supposed to be an entertaining night using a new concept, to a fight for his life! For an independent film, the action shots are breath taking. I was on the edge of my seat until the very last scene wondering how it was going to end for this somewhat naive and sheltered character who was thrust in circumstances and craziness beyond his control. Noah learns the hard way that life and the movies, aren't always what they claim to be.


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