A young couple sets out on a weekend getaway in hopes of mending their failing relationship. However, a seemingly innocent weekend turns dark when the man discovers a videotape chronicling the events of a murder in his very own hotel room from years before.
A teenager summons the courage to help a friendly robot known as A.R.I. kidnapped by a ruthless lab director working for a powerful corporation seeking to turn him into a dangerous weapon in order to rule the world.
Two young women get themselves into a very compromising situation that proves life changing, the aftermath is almost worse as all trails of the event has been wiped out and all of a sudden ... See full summary »
Following a fatal accident, a Chinese expatriate working for a mining company in Australia discovers that new technology developed by the company may be a health risk, and investigates a web of conspiracies in his search for the truth.
This movie has no plot and no meaning. I'd rather sit through a a movie of Z grade quality than a movie that looks nice and professional on the outside but has no plot nor meaning. Believe me when I say sitting through this movie was a torturous experience. I was waiting for an explanation for all the unrelated scenes I was forced to see from start to finish and in the end, I didn't even get that! Seriously avoid this stinker. I live in Iran. At the moment, I'm imprisoned in the house due to the corona-virus out there and I've been watching 4 horror movies a day during the past week to keep myself occupied. Out of all the movies I saw (most of which turned out to be pretty bad) there is a movie I strongly recommend that you see as well: Mirage (2018), one of the best movies I've ever seen, so don't waste your time with this movie and go see that one.
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