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When the station wagon is hidden from the drone, the rear view mirror is not present on the windshield. Later when they drive away, it is back in place. See more »
[coming from his mobile device]
You are reaching... Reaching... Reaching... Arrived. You have left the security perimeter of New America. Your safety is no longer guaranteed.
[flying drone escort turns back]
Agent Noah Kross. Leaving security perimeter A57. Please record and confirm the following: I'm aware of the danger. I'm making this trip of my own free will and without coercion. I'm aware of all Humanity Bureau procedures including subsection 2355. Send all incoming ...
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The Humanity Bureau: Better idea than movie
Another straight to DVD Nicolas Cage movie, I have absolutely no idea what's going on with this guys career.
The Humanity Bureau tells the story of a government agent whose job it is to establish who is contributing to society and who is not. Those deemed "Not" are sent to a place to live out there days away from civilization.
I actually like the idea, I like where the story goes and thought it was very thought provoking and scarily realistic (I could actually see something like this happening in the near future).
The trouble is the idea isn't fully utilized, the movie should have been better but instead comes across rushed, with chronic pacing issues and doesn't embrace the concept quite as tightly as it should have.
Cage phones in an average performance once again and everyone else except Hugh Dillon are instantly forgettable.
Some pretty scenery going hand in hand with some great ideas save it to an extent but it should have been so much better than this.
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
"It's easier to build fear than build a wall" That term is oddly relevant at time of writing
Somehow, someway, despite everything, I'm still a Nicolas Cage fan
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