In Replicas, brilliant scientist Will Foster (Keanu Reeves) is on the brink of imprinting the human mind into a synthetic body. He also has the perfect family, a beautiful doctor wife Mona (Alice Eve), and three beautiful children. After a tragic accident, of which Will is the sole survivor, he takes the rather drastic decision to bring his family back to life, but has he made a terrible mistake?
After the drought that was most of the noughties, it has been fantastic seeing Keanu Reeves in great movies again. Sadly, aside from John Wick, The Neon Demon and The Bad Batch, most of them are poorly realised; Replicas is the latest such offender. Its main offence is that it’s a film that has been seen many times before.