Parallel Minds

2020

Sci-Fi / Thriller

35
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 8

Synopsis


Downloaded times
September 27, 2020

Cast

Greg Bryk as Thomas Elliot
Neil Napier as Conrad Stallman
Tommie-Amber Pirie as Skylar Warner
720p.WEB 1080p.WEB
795.83 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
86 min
P/S N/A / N/A
1.6 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
86 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dbsdx 1 / 10 / 10

This movie has ADHD

I honestly don't know what I just watched. I feel like I channel surfed for an hour and a half, because that's how cohesive this movie is. Did they just take a handful of sci-fi, mystery, horror, and indigenous movies and chop them up together? Just when you think you get where they're going-look a butterfly-and now it's a whole new movie...until the next shiny thing appears to switch the plot again. This doesn't change by the end, you're left staring blankly at the screen dumbfounded. The only unifying thing is the visuals, which are stunning. Don't waste your time on this unless you want to end up more confused than you were after watching the trailer. You'll get a better story actually channel surfing for an hour and a half.

Reviewed by carlos-pires 8 / 10 / 10

Just another crappy sci-fi wannabe

There are so many things wrong with this movie, I don't even know where to start. I'll just list some: Useless narrationTerrible and annoying musicBad actingThe lamest and oldest sci-fi plot premise (AI gone rogue)Idiotic use of tech jargon ("the algorithm is not working")Idiotic characters with irrational behaviour Plus, the script is a mashup of all the tropes the scriptwriter could get a hand on: rogue AI, consciousness, memory storage and recollection, premonitions, time travel, etc, But the worst is that terrible music. Makes it very hard to watch the movie.

Reviewed by williamsmelodie 8 / 10 / 10

Great new movie - - Why all the trolls?

Interesting original sci-fi movie about memory delving into 2020 which is fitting considering times. Detective Thomas Elliot who has been running away from his past teams up with Margo, the researcher to find out what happen to Red Eye's head programmer and apprehend the unknown digital shape shifter. One of the many good things about the movie is Hayden's mix of high and analog technologies. Margo and Elise play well as being vulnerable yet strong. The referral of Indigenous heritages the film appealing. Indigenous heritage is woven to great effect. This makes the film interesting because it's not just sci-fi but with a bit of drama fused with it. There is interesting exploration of the mind giving a philosophical point of view to the characters and their motivation. The blending of Indigenous spirituality and technology gives it a nice balanced feeling. Many Sci-fi's lean too far into technology but there is room to breathe in Hayden's story. Later on the plot brings up parts of history of institutions forcefully trying to assimilate Native Americans. This has been acknowledged in a meaningful way. Story about Thomas running way from his troubles is enjoyable and wish I could have seen more of it. Thomas' backstory ties up with the plot to give the larger view of the Red Eye's capabilities. This is efficient storytelling. What's more interesting about Thomas story is even though he had a horrible past, he manages to add a lot of charm in the film. Mystery in sci-fi thriller is tackled well here. Neo-noir aspects adds flavor on it with visions lending charm and giving the film a spiritual effect.

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