Denny Burke is finally about to graduate high school. Senior year has been one bad thing after another: a broken leg, a broken heart, and - worst of all - a broken home. With four of his ...
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Denny Burke is finally about to graduate high school. Senior year has been one bad thing after another: a broken leg, a broken heart, and - worst of all - a broken home. With four of his closest friends, Denny goes on one last rock-climbing trip to prove he's ready to start his adult life... On their trip the five teens receive a genetic boost beyond anything they'd ever imagined. Denny's soon faced with the first big decision of his adult life: does he give up these powers and stay a normal teenager, or does he keep them... and graduate from the human race?Written by
I'll get to the point. The plot was terrible. I would be surprised if anyone could make it past 20 minutes without turning this mess off. It was extremely predictable, and I do not see the point of watching a movie if you already know what is going to happen.
The acting was awful. It was more like a high school play that was double cast, and that this was the alternate cast.
The graphics are basically non-existent. And the graphic layout has been done in practically every superhero movie, so it did not add anything new.
I'll be blunt, skip this movie. It is terrible. Even if there is nothing else to watch, find something. Don't waste your time on this outrageously awful film.
Also, the director cannot blame the budget for how terrible this movie is. I have seen better feature length films made on a smaller budget.
Lastly, don't waste your time watching this movie. Find something else to do with an hour and a half of your time. There has got to be something better to do that wasting your time watching The Posthuman Project.
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