The horrors and isolation of being a social media influencer run rampant when a collection of YouTube and Instagram stars soon discover there are things scarier than thousands of teenagers armed with phones asking for selfies.
Nicole Turner has seen better times. Having just survived a health scare and painful breakup with her boyfriend Kyle, she is now facing eviction. When she finds a room for rent with former ... See full summary »
Richard Speight Jr.,
Set in the near future, the film centers around Ami. An up and coming pianist attending a prestigious University. When her professor points out that she lacks soul while playing the piano she begins to question her own humanity.
A young woman named Cassie has become a recluse ever since her mother died in a horrible car accident. In an effort to fill the void, she downloads the latest intelligent personal assistant A.M.I., which is also the first to have a real consciousness. Their relationship quickly deepens into a twisted co-dependency and Cassie falls deeper and deeper under A.M.I.'s spell; driving her to perform what Cassie perceives as justifiable murderous acts. But what are A.M.I.'s true intentions? Soon Cassie begins to realize A.M.I. has something sinister planned.
Very first scene in the movie the main character drives up in a dark gray Mitsubishi and then drives off in completely different silver CUV. See more »
When Cassie is walking around with the axe, the axe head is randomly bloody in one scene and completely clean in the next. See more »
Too much like I Am Mother, without the impact.
After finding out that Asylum does movies closed titled to other such productions, I've noticed this trend happening more and more in the horror industry.
So, A.M.I isn't anything spectacular but has an interesting premise, a great a-la Carpenter soundtrack and that's about it. The rest sadly comes as generic as possible, and misses every mark out there. Perhaps there was room for more, but I fail to see how and where, because the plot is over stretched from start and just lingers and lingers.
I wish I had more better things to say about it, but sadly I will not recommend it. It's too much out there, trying but failing to deliver anything new or captivating in its own way.
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