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Originally posted by whaaa
This film should interest ATS members [majic pills] and it is a good movie, not a great movie. The premise is intriguing with a good script, great cast playing characters that you can almost care about and believe. Decent visual effects. Damn fine directing by Neil Burger. Good cinematic flow that keeps your interest at all times. The only thing that needed to be addressed in this film is the morality aspect of using enhancing drugs. imo
out of 5
Originally posted by TheFruitLoop
I thought this film had a great starting idea, and a really good cast, however I found the ending was a tad unsatisfying and the film wasn't exactly memorable.
Originally posted by adraves
It was unsatisfying, and I expected a lot more. They should have pushed the boundaries of the drug a little more.
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