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Mindstorm (2001)

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A psychic's investigation into the disappearance of a Senator's daughter leads her to a dangerous cult and the truth about her mysterious past.

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... Dan Oliver
... Tracy Wellman
... Walter Golden
... Caretaker
... Schmidt
... Parish (as William Davis)
... Senator Bill Armitage
... David Mendez
... Rayanna Armitage
... Agent Mark Taft
Regina Gelfand ... Ida
William S. Taylor ... Agent Henry (as William Taylor)
... Young Malcolm
... Young Tracy Wellman (as Kirsten Prout)
... Jeanette
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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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B Movie stars come out to play in mindless mindstorm
23 February 2002 | by See all my reviews

Just recently released on DVD and video, Mindstorm gathers as many B-listed stars as possible in a muddled attempt at mindreading, cult fascination and genuine thriller. The cast has all been seen before: Antonio Sabato Jr, Michael Ironside (looking as if he thought he was in Scanners VI), Eric Roberts, Clarence Williams III and Michael Moriarty (who talks as if he as marbles in his mouth). We've seen all of these actors before, just not in a starring role, and no wonder. Although each actor does their best with the screen time they are given, none can rise above the stale plot which leads us to an expected conclusion. I do give credit for the lack of special effects. This movie could have used F/X in an attempt to try and lure a younger audience, but instead it tried to rely on the characters and the story. Valiant effort, but misguided.


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