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Eternal Code (2019)

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Eternal life technology (transferring mind to new body) is developed by 2 companies. Resistance to the merger of the 2 companies is met with kidnapping and murder.

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Harley Wallen

Writer:

Harley Wallen
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard Tyson ... Oliver
Scout Taylor-Compton ... Charlie
Billy Wirth ... Mark Pellegrini
Yan Birch ... Magnus
Mel Novak ... Mr. Pomeroy
Erika Hoveland ... Bridget Pellegrini
Damien Chinappi ... Corey
Kaiti Wallen ... Stephanie
Angelina Danielle Cama ... Miranda Pellegrini
Harley Wallen ... Sam
Shane Hagedorn ... Carter
Ken Alter ... David
Vida Ghaffari ... Nikita
Calhoun Koenig ... May
Angela Roberts Johnson ... Stacey
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Storyline

After a revolutionary invention with great implications Bridget finds a character flaw in the company they've partnered with to develop the prototype that could be the fountain of youth. When she pulls the plug and step away from their original deal she quickly realizes they will stop at nothing to get it back. After her family gets kidnapped to sway a favorable vote their hopes rely on their teen daughter Miranda and her unlikely allies Corey (a suicidal military veteran) and Stephanie (a prostitute). Written by Harley Swede Wallen

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Would you kill to live forever?

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Action | Crime | Thriller

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The role of Charlie featuring Scout Taylor-Compton was originally held by Jake Busey but a mishap on the Stranger Things set caused a schedule change that changed the cast. See more »

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Being a low budget film is not an excuse for a terribly made film
18 September 2019 | by ookpic-28741See all my reviews

Right from the get go the acting is bad. The evil board director has terrible lines and no delivery. The music is like elevator music on tranquilizers. They try to sync the music with the action and it becomes distracting overkill. For example, the "good girls" doing something for the suicidal dude. The music was so bad I thought it was a commercial. Oh and the bad girl keeps showing up with a coffee for him for saving her life? The plot is so thin you can see the B movie VPL. Speaking of the suicidal dude, who is he? A hero, a main character? He keeps showing up being the lovable loser who secretly does good, but his character is like a wet brown paper bag on the sidewalk. How this is a 7.2 rating is beyond me. I stopped watching at 20 minutes. I am starting to question the integrity of IMBD


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 September 2019 (USA) See more »

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2.39:1
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