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Dark Metropolis (2010)

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Mankind has lost a 300-year war against a genetically enhanced race that man created, abused and finally tortured. Now the descendants of that race - known as the 'Ghen' - control the ... See full summary »

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Aiden Pryme
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Crecilius Pryme
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Seher Awan ...
Waitress
Aliane Baquerot ...
Female Patron
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Johan
Baron Bower ...
Quinn
Jacqueline Bradley ...
Female Friend #2
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Hannalin Pryme
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Tana
Jeanne Del Carlo ...
Elisbuth
Jon Emm ...
Dr. Auti
Todd James Fisher ...
Ambassador Tyran
Adam T. Fry ...
Young Crecilius
Brandan Gill ...
Advisor Mallis
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Mankind has lost a 300-year war against a genetically enhanced race that man created, abused and finally tortured. Now the descendants of that race - known as the 'Ghen' - control the planet Earth from advanced underground cities. An entire new universe has risen inside the remnants of our world known as Hollow Earth. Humans now work the surface in factories as slaves in the New World Order with pockets of resistance carrying on the fight. As rising Ghen Politician Crecilius Pryme takes power he urges his people to annihilate the remaining human population unleashing a shocking secret that will change the world forever. Written by Production

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slow, dull, boring
25 May 2014 | by (Grand Junction, Colorado) – See all my reviews

Me & my buddies love obscure, art- house, independent films & so we're always going out on a limb to find something good. I really wish there was some kind of warning like a scarlet letter for movies like this. This movie is painfully slow and so dull I couldn't follow what was happening. The acting is bad, the sets & costumes are low budget. The eyeliner on the bad-guys was so distracting I think I paid more attention to it than the dialogue. It seems they could only film in 5 locations, one of which was someone's apartment. There are no ups & downs in action- if the pacing of the film were on a graph it would flat-line.

We kept hoping things would change but a half hour in we gave it the fast forward treatment.


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