2002 | Kurt Wimmer

In a Fascist future where all forms of feeling are illegal, a man in charge of enforcing the law rises to overthrow the system.

Average rating   8 out of 10

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Peter Buchardt     2010-07-13 8 out of 10

Even though this movie is based on almost only stolen material, other movies, it's done with such grace and perfection, that I'd say this is reaches my top 10 ten of best Sci-Fi movies.

Bale is casted perfectly of acting as if having no feelings at all. And most of the rest of the cast does a pretty decent job as well.

The futuristic setting is nailed by keeping it minimalistic and stylish, you might catch a sense of a blue screen at times, but it's not much.

One of the things that made a huge impressions on me was the Martial Arts meets gun fighting called Gun Kata that the movies features. It's a truly unique combat style, that looks cool in action sequences.

Well any way if you like sci-fi you'll probably like this one, and if you like The Matrix, 1984, War of The Worlds and the like you'll be set for some great entertainment!

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