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Action / Thriller

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IMDb Rating 4.4 10 1002


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September 15, 2016 at 08:38 PM



Josh Bowman as Matt
William Houston as The Businessman
Neil Maskell as Dmitri
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627.51 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
P/S 4 / 5
1.29 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 24 min
P/S 3 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by shide_85 6 / 10

6-7/10 The Game (1997) meets Run Lola Run (1998) etc

In short: This is "The Game (1997)" adapted to the society we live in now (1984) with some extra (read; unnecessary) layers that makes it feel a little as inception. It tries to be several things, and it does quite a decent job at it. This is not a bad movie and for me it is a strong 6.

In long: The lighting is good, the editing is alright and you can't fault the soundscore. It really only misses a binding soundtrack and using one would negate the feel of reality of the movie (though urgency can be expressed with music quite well - Run Lola Run 1998, which is likely to be another movie that has inspired this movie).

The downside is that it has a somewhat weak ending (where the several layers come in and a badly hid undertone about who's surveilling the ones doing the surveillance in the first place) - which is out of place even though it is in line with the message - question what the reality is and how you affect it.

Pro's • Cast (unknown which is in line with the plot line) • Action sequences (and not forcing it on the movie every time possible) • Rationality is alright and better depicting the notion of what manipulation of actions has the potential to do.

Con's • Messy ending • Could build tension better • Acting performances aren't top notch ALL the time (which is important in building tension and urgency)

End notes: Not top notch but overall a solid watch.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 3 / 10

Do you really want to do this?

Matt (Josh Bowman) stays at home and plays video games while his wife works. He is addicted to them. He becomes part of a bad film, the old "do what we tell you" or your wife (Leila Mimmack) dies. He gets instructions from a cell phone. Is this related to his video game play? Did his wife do this to get him out of the house? Who knows and who cares. Josh Bowman's character had no special abilities to go after the bad guys as is the formula for these films. Without that predictable aspect, the film becomes boring, watching Matt frantically run around London.

Guide F-word. No sex or nudity

Reviewed by kosmasp 5 / 10

It's not a game

Or is it? Some would argue, life is a game, so I guess it's up to you to decide that. This is a low budget movie, so take that in to account. If not you will be very disappointed. It's not a very good movie overall, but it does have suspension and it is intriguing in its own way, if you like that sort of thing.

I wouldn't want to judge the acting, since this is really fast paced and does not really rely on that. There have been other movies with similar themes, that one could argue are better of course, but this is a nice little movie. You can see it as a snack, as something different. If you can see it that way, with low expectations, you may have some entertaining ahead of you ...

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