After the release of an electro magnetic pulse, all digital technology was destroyed and the internet was banned. Society reverted back to an analog way of life controlled by New World ... See full summary »
Nick Liam Heaney
A teenage girl is held captive in the home of a wealthy family. She is befriended by the family's young gardener, himself an illegal from Mexico. Their friendship carries both of them ... See full summary »
Deep in the Mariana Sea Basin, several miners have died under mysterious circumstances. Officer Will Murdock of the Deep Submersible Division is brought down to investigate. Will anyone reach the surface alive?
Mattie Carver's world is turning curiouser and curiouser, as space and time seem to be collapsing all around her. Joined by a misfit team of friends, teachers, and two mysterious men in black, Mattie is in a race to restore her world to normal, before it's too late.Written by
When they are entering the cinema, there is a poster on the wall in the entrance hall of the movie itself, with the original title: Mind's Eye. See more »
[after Mark tries to explain quantum entanglement to her]
Are you calling Jess and I electrons?
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The summary sounded promising, though vague, but the 4 rating should have been a warning. Decided to watch due to Malcolm McDowell being in the cast. Big mistake! From screenplay to directing and acting, it was mediocre at best. What could have been a good idea, it did not happen: no plot, no script. It is hard to pinpoint were it went wrong. Perhaps when the writer had the idea for the script, or when anyone decided to actually pay for it. I thought about the spoiler alert, but it is hard to write about a plot when there is none. About acting, when the best was the mediocre acting of Mr McDowell (I love him, but here he couldn't help much). Pretty much the same happening all over again, with slight changes in setting, no logic in anything. Sometimes the music can build some suspense, but even that was a fail. 1 star for Malcolm McDowell, 1 for the film.
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