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Dan L (it) wrote: Slow moving and awkward acting at the beginning but for the same reasons has a strange appeal by the end.
Charles S (kr) wrote: Purdy Dang Good, and not just because of nostalgia, while some of the ship FX were weak, the rest would stand up today, EXCEPT for those fake bald skullcaps
Steve S (de) wrote: ***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Gregory W (de) wrote: interesting but kinda creepy
Magical W (es) wrote: Very interesting. The science behind this movie seems reachable. A future where genetically modified babies are the norm, and natural births are non-existent. The concept of forging your own path doesn't exist. Your whole life is known ten seconds after your birth. Our main character, Vincent (or Jerome,) decides he won't be tied down by his natural birth and assumed the identity of someone else. The only problem? That's just as illegal here as it is in real life. While this prospect seems easy to screw up, Andrew Niccol handles the story with care, crafting a sci-fi drama with weight and tension. The performers do a fine job as well, complimenting the already real-feeling characters.
Damien F (ru) wrote: This is far better than a 56% movie; the rating here at the time of this review. It is coolly and stylishly shot; while shot through with coolly stylish performances.