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Pass Thru (2016)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi | 19 April 2016 (USA)
A messianic entity from the future travels to modern-day earth to wipe out 300,000,000 "bad people" and usher in a new era of peace.

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Neil Breen

Writer:

Neil Breen
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Breen Neil Breen ... A.I. / Thgil
Viad Viad ... Tiger
Kathy Corpus ... Amanda
Abraham Rodriguez ... Boy Astronomer
Jason Morciglio ... Human Trafficker
Taylor. Sydney Taylor. Sydney ... Girl Astronomer
Donna T. Rogers Donna T. Rogers ... Smuggler
Siobhan Olsen Siobhan Olsen ... Immigrant
Elicia Stokes Navarro ... Immigrant
Mirella Bostick Mirella Bostick ... Immigrant
Leti Vallejo Leti Vallejo ... Immigrant
Dennis DeVilbiss Dennis DeVilbiss ... Guard
Carl Windom Carlito Carl Windom Carlito ... Immigrant (as Carl Windom)
Richard Rosario Richard Rosario ... Immigrant
Michael Rosario Michael Rosario ... Immigrant
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A messianic entity from the future travels to modern-day earth to wipe out 300,000,000 "bad people" and usher in a new era of peace.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Neil Breen Films See more »
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16 : 9
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Trivia

This is the fourth movie, directed by Neil Breen and the first to use crowdfunding for its production. However, Breen stated that he already had enough funds to produce the movie yet used crowdfunding to supplement and improve the final product. See more »

Goofs

The protagonist is a drug user and injects heroin into his arm, yet he's clearly just spraying the liquid on his arm. Plus, the arm makeup is clearly just marked with brown spots - in place of previous injections. See more »

Quotes

A.I.: You are now free... of PTSD.
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Connections

Referenced in Half in the Bag: 10 Cloverfield Lane and Me Him Her (2016) See more »

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We Need to Talk About Neil
9 October 2018 | by carbo905See all my reviews

...because this movie is the manifesto of someone about to snap. Anyone familiar with Breen's Work will know what to expect; i.e. bad green screen, weird nonsensical imagery, 1-dimensional characters so flat they could fit through a mail slot, and a holier-than-thou agenda of "morality" driven by Mr. Breen's own misguided self-righteousness.

His past movies have done more than touch on this, but it's always been so ridiculously executed that you don't think too hard about what his true intentions are. Guy pushes over some wheelchair-bound geezer, Magical Captain Neil makes his eyes bleed. Thugs in some middle-of-nowhere location shoot at each other over who gets to rape a prostitute first, Big Breen crucifies them. Yeah, Double Down had the bit about him threatening to poison ALL the water with anthrax, but... he didn't actually do it.

In Pass Thru, it's clear from minute one that Almighty Breen Machine is done with threats. He's taken matters into his own hands, and just starts dropping people left and right, killing over 300 MILLION PEOPLE he deemed unworthy. All corporations, all banks, all lawyers, just gone in the blink of an eye. I'm beginning to think Neil actually believes that his character is a good guy in this movie, that he's actually the righteous one, and that's just... chilling, to say the very least.


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