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The Phoenix Project (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Sci-Fi | 16 January 2015 (USA)
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The Phoenix Project is a movie starring Corey Rieger, Andrew Simpson, and David Pesta. Four scientists craft a machine to reanimate deceased organisms.

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... Perry Frank
Andrew Simpson ... Devin Fischer
David Pesta ... Ampersand Garner
... Carter Watts
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Four scientists craft a machine to reanimate deceased organisms.

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The end is just the beginning

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Проект Феникс  »

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The film was shot in 19 days. See more »

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Instead of the usual animal cruelty disclaimer, the last line of the credits states "Two animals were saved in the making of this film." See more »

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Four men search for a method to reanimate dead organisms (AKA bring the dead back to life)
2 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

If you are looking for a high budget thriller with exciting characters and vivid action this may not be for you. If however you are the type of person that knows about or is interested in the scientific process and enjoy very realistic very human characters then you won't want to miss a single moment. Like one other reviewer, I did find the ending a bit disappointing - however during the movie itself I put off things like going to the bathroom and blinking so that I didn't miss any part of it. Those with a high IQ are very much more likely to enjoy this film than the mainstream population who tend to describe it as boring or uninteresting. If you did enjoy this though, I would recommend another "boring" movie called Primer which also has equally believable characters who almost accidentally discover a way to go back short amounts of time.


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