After his wife's suicide, Detective Jeff Anderson becomes convinced that she has been murdered. Obsessed with his investigation, he finds out that his wife was the victim of a team of father-and-son serial killers and sets out to stop them.
An ex-con, Lance, with ties to the Russian mob and Aryan brotherhood, attempts to live a quiet life after spending fifteen years in prison. His plans for a quiet life are disrupted when ... See full summary »
Alan Van Sprang
2038: George Almore is working on a true human-equivalent AI. His latest prototype is almost ready. This sensitive phase is also the riskiest. Especially as he has a goal that must be hidden at all costs: being reunited with his dead wife.
One of the better 5th grade drama class productions
Clearly this film is B-grade, low budget - of which I'm sure most of the budget went to Kelsey Grammer and Denise Richards, written in part and directed by actor turned newb filmmaker, Andrew Lawrence. There were a total of 4 writers, for a story that was fairly decent and actually funny (not sure if it was meant to be). The acting by almost everyone including WWE's "Edge" wrestler turned actor Adam Copeland, was terrible. If felt unauthentic, forced and very amateurish. I'm sure the blame falls mostly on Lawrence's inexperience in directing his cast properly. A pro tip to all new filmmakers: you don't need a constant annoying and overbearing score throughout the entire 82 mins of film - of which was mostly louder than the dialogue. The poor pacing and annoying editing made it feel like a 2+ hour film. The sets were so cheese and phony - add the bad score and acting, is why I classified this as a 5th grade drama class production. I get that all filmmakers have to start somewhere, but attaching some popular names to a film, isn't as good as having just decent actors, a better set, and an assistant seasoned director that can teach you something along the way. I'd rather stumble on a non-big-name film and be impressed, than watch one because of popular actors attached, and laugh and cringe throughout the film. Nevertheless, still a fun bored-lazy Sunday popcorn flick from a newb filmmaker. It's a generous 5/10 from me.
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