Susan Harris is a computer scientist and child psychologist respectively. She married Drs. Alex Harris. Alex creates Proteus IV, a computer possessing artificial intelligence. Proteus IV gets to a point in its evolution when it begins to question human judgment, and... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A scientist creates Proteus, an organic super computer with artificial intelligence which becomes obsessed with human beings, and in particular the creators wife.
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Jennifer T (de) wrote: Couldn't hold my interest..had to shut it off after 10 minutes.
Tyler R (gb) wrote: It was a fun Kung fu movie. The acting wasn't very good and the plot was predicable. But the fight scenes were very solid and well done.
John W (br) wrote: This is one of the best!
Mark K (jp) wrote: The reviews here seem to be basing this film on the criteria reserved for mainstream BS and therefore miss the point entirely. The performances in this film are incredible. Crudup and Giamatti are both absolutely outstanding, and the supports are right there with them.
Gimly M (ca) wrote: There's some neat ideas and great visual concepts, but they are poorly executed; let down by poor acting, low budget, a so-so script, shoddy effects and terrible camera quality. Great in theory, totally missable in practice.
Anastasia (ru) wrote: Needed more tragedy and originality (09) ON CRACKLE?
Edward C (mx) wrote: Plot/Summary,The idea of fusing teen sex-comedy and horror genres into a boffo box-office bonanza seems like classic braindead Hollywood-think... but somehow, beyond all reason, the makers of this film manage to pull it off. Much of the credit goes to director Fran Rubel Kuzui (Tokyo Pop) who chooses wisely to let the jokes and action rip by so quickly that viewers won't have time to realize there's practically nothing going on. Also excellent is Kristy Swanson as the bubble-headed cheerleader who learns from a Van Helsing-ish stranger (Donald Sutherland) that she's, like, the reincarnation of this pure female warrior and stuff, destined to rid the world -- or at least the Valley -- of vampires. No sooner is the Buffster being schooled in the ways of vampire butt-kicking (much to the consternation of meek pretty-boy beau Luke Perry) than the lead vampire (Rutger Hauer) and his leering cronies show up -- and leading up the pack is none other than Pee-Wee Herman himself, Paul Reubens. Fans of this film's popular TV offspring will appreciate the fang-sharp humor but may be surprised to find little evidence of the spooky atmosphere that permeates the series -- though there are some inspired moments, particularly the ridiculous death-by-ruler sceneMy ReviewThis is one stupid and chessy movie but man i have to say i actually like this shit. I'm glad they just made this into a really popular tv show after this. While this film serves as an okay stupid teen flick although some teens such as myself might see this as cartoony and quite chessy but still it's an old lame efects with a hot chick becoming the one and only buffy the vampire slayer.
Peter P (mx) wrote: Needless, just watch the first one.
Evan J (ag) wrote: Believe it or not, this is the first solo Dracula movie I've ever seen. And it was quite good. It was creepy with an atmosphere than was on point! The performances were also all very notable.
Bristol F (nl) wrote: Decent Anime...I really wanted something the eat that nurse character, she was annoying.
Anna H (fr) wrote: Loved the movie!! Sean Connery is awesome!!
Steve D (jp) wrote: I liked it a lot some laugh out loud moments
Allan C (es) wrote: Strong sequel to the original Superman film was sadly marred by producer interference and the original director, Richard Donner, being removed from the film. Donner's cut was much more serious and was minus the the many comic gags inserted by his replacement director, Richard Lester. The story is a good one, which three super villains from Krypton coming to earth and seeking revenge upon the son of the man who imprisoned them, Superman's father. All the main actors returned for this film, but the additional of Terrance Stamp as General Zod is a strong addition to the original cast and gives the film some real menace. But like I said before, it's the annoying and unnecessary bits of comedy that bring down what would otherwise have been a film equal if not better than the original film. If you have a choice, watch the recently release Richard Donner cut of this film instead. It's far superior.
STCENTERPRISE (br) wrote: I thought that the movie was interesting from a photographers point of view or events going on in Nicaragua if you don't know anything about the area from 1979. There is no doubt that the Government was corrupt, the people were in poverty, and the terrorists may have been the only ones with real power and support of the people. One thing that I found ironic is that the terrorist acted so confident and didn't care when the photographers were around and acted like they were just ordinary people where as the official government questioned everyone, torr up everyones equipment in an inspection, and were known for making serious mistakes even though people would show the correct documentation. I thought that the down sides to this film were that there was a great deal of swearing in this film, especially the f word which I found unnecessary for the film to be told. This film showed very little blood and the only scene that I found gruesome was a when a terrorist act happens at a restaurant and someones head for less than a second disfigured when his grenade acsendently goes off as they try to leave.
Steve W (jp) wrote: Just because a film has style it doesn't mean its good. Some of the performances are alright but the soundtrack is downright intrusive and the movie drags in some areas. This is not one of Lynch's better films.