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Robert Kouba
John Cusack as Elias Van Dorne
Carmen Argenziano as Damien Walsh
Eileen Grubba as Veronica Davis
Storyline: In 2020, Elias van Dorne (John Cusack), CEO of VA Industries, the world's largest robotics company, introduces his most powerful invention--Kronos, a super computer designed to end all wars. When Kronos goes online, it quickly determines that mankind, itself, is the biggest threat to world peace and launches a worldwide robot attack to rid the world of the "infection" of man. Ninety-seven years later, a small band of humans remain alive but on the run from the robot army. A teenage boy, Andrew (Julian Schaffner) and a teenage girl, Calia (Jeannine Wacker), form an unlikely alliance to reach a new world, where it is rumored mankind exists without fear of robot persecution. But does this world actually exist? And will they live long enough to find out?
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Singularly Disappointing
A slick but empty YA dystopian film with 'borrowed' themes from far superior Sci-Fi like Blade Runner, The Matrix and even Planet of the Apes. The opening production value and John Cusack's presence lend the film enough credibility to lure you in, then quickly flounders into poor melodrama with even worse writing.

It feels like a film that had a story and vision at one time, then found itself over-budget and went into turnaround. Over eager Writer/Director Robert Kouba clearly focused on the opening and conclusion, putting everything into the special effects and even a soundtrack by members of The Crystal Method. Suddenly with no money left, and little more than a student film reel in the can, Kouba roughly stitched together some nonsensical plot points with flat characters and even flatter acting to fill out the 93 minute runtime.

The ultimate tragedy is that it clearly sets up for a sequel, so it feels less like a complete film than a bloated trailer to some yet-to-come flick. I dare say that film isn't coming and I hope you already cashed that paycheck, John.
Absolutely awful
This is by far the worst movie of 2017. Just don't watch it, it's a waste of time!! So many mistakes and dumb actions. Casting is awful. the story is probably written by a child. I just cannot believe that this movie is made in 2017, well if you watch this movie you will remember this review and agree.
A hot mess of a movie.
Was John Cusack on quaaludes when he read the script for this movie? Or did the producers have blackmail tapes of him with a Thai lady-boy? Perhaps both? Why, oh why, did he lend his talents to this steaming pile of a film?

It has been well covered by other reviews - elements shamelessly ripped off from other films, corny dialogue, unbelievable characters, things that just never seemed to make sense. The FX were good, and there was a good plot twist at the end - but the filmmakers managed to ruin even that.

The young female lead was okay - hopefully she survives this debacle to go on to better things. The young male lead I can only describe as punchable. For his part, I think it became clear to Cusack that he was First Mate on the Hindenburg and appears to be having a mild stroke while delivering his lines.
Average dystopian film that is worth a watch if you're a Sci-fi fan.
The film is slow in parts but clearly lacking a confident direction. Ridley Scott or James Cameron would have turned this into an acceptable box office release I think. As it is it's slow and boring in parts and lacking a consistent pace. Argenziano is pure B movie material, while Cusack puts in a mediocre performance trying to mimic a sadistic robot born from a megalomaniac human. He just appears bored and confused most of the time. Grubba's performance, although only lasting a few minutes, is by far the very best of the entire film, although Wacker is close behind her and the only person who worked hard throughout the run of the story. I'd expect big things from Wacker in the future. I don't even know what to say about Schaffner without chuckling. Dire? Bad? Uninspiring? Amateur? Hmmm...not really amateur, he's not as good as that. His constant 'wide eyed and droopy bottom lipped' expression reminded me of Taylor Swift and left me utterly cringing for him, and aghast that a director would let such a desultory performance be allowed past the cutting room floor. He almost ruins the film entirely although Wacker rescues it and turns it into an average film that's only ever worth watching once but for that once you don't feel as though you completely wasted your time.
This is Trash
So horrible graphic, please do not watch this movie or your eyes will burn. Watch any other movie you haven't seen yet but please, skip this one. Special effects are dire - in the opening scenes burning buildings look like someone went mad with the Photoshop clone tool. Explosions don't cast any light on objects that are close by and clouds of dense smoke don't cast any shadows and dissipate in moments leaving no trace. Enormous bots appear to defy the laws of physics and move through dense forestry without causing a single tree to move. Lighting.... I mean really.... what is happening with the lighting? In a dark and dingy forest, and it looks like two blazing follow spots behind the cameras.... just cheap and nasty.
Singularly..... daft.
Where to begin? The whole production is so clean I suspected it to be a hint that is was all in the mind of one of the protagonists. The two antagonists where watching from the same camera angles as we were. If they were looking for something and they already had this amazing surveillance.... it *had* to be a plot element.....right?

And this tech Calia has. When did this EMP get developed? And when built? And how was it produced in a post-apocalyptic environment? And why did that EMP not knock out 'Andrew-bot'? So must be a plot-element right?

The lack of attention to a potential mortal wound. That could wait until the next day. Only to reveal a metal chest where she snuggled against without noticing?

And who was so bright to bury a spaceship to get to Aurora and in 92 years these 'kids' are the first and yet there is a completely colonized planet that somehow has escaped the attention of this super AI. How did they get there? And how was that a secret?

Not to mention all the clean clothes. Clean streets, obviously used train tracks, brand new 92 year old camera, a battery that keeps going and going.. to name but a few. And the best she has is a crossbow?

I seriously expected this all to be glitches in the matrix..... It would have been nice but turns out the writer and production designer just phoned it in.

We enjoyed bitching at this movie. That made it worth the watch and three stars...... but frankly? It would not get a passing grade for a first year movie academy project.
what a waste of time
Such a disappointment. I am a fan of sci-fi movies, and here I was "wow, human vs machine apocalypse!". Boy, was I wrong. Plot has so many holes it's hard to describe, and sometimes you wonder if perhaps the editing moved scenes around (so ending scenes are in the middle of the movie etc). Lines are cliché ("you have to let me go" and such). Acting is sub-par (main character only uses two facial expressions - normal face and bulging eyes face). It steals ideas/images from other movies (octopus-like machines from Matrix; girl with a bow from Mockingjay series - yes, there are even birds here; the whole Terminator premise; bits of Mad Max wildlings). Also, as other mentioned, 97 years after the annihilation you still see crop fields, used rail tracks, clean paths through parks. And this student-project B-or-lower movie gets 8 out of 10 here? Don't waste your time on this one.
Cusak should be ashamed
I think the only reason this movie is rated PG-13 is because the acting can be very scary. In fact, if rating for those reasons, it should have been a strong R! Parts are unintentionally funny. I saw this on Pay TV and wish I could get my money back! Slow moving, bad acting, silly premise and poor special affects. Don't waste your time!
Please, do not watch this movie
Guys please do me a favor and do not sit down to see this movie. Watch any other movie you haven't seen yet but skip this one.

It's awful to look at and does nothing new to create a fun experience to look at. Just watch the hunger games and Terminator. Take those 2 movies together and create a very bad plot around it. You have just created this movie.
Waste of time
There are much beater ways to spent 90 minutes of your life then to watch this movie.

Main male and female protagonist should really considered finding a new profession. Acting is not for them.

John Cusack didn't need this to be in his Filmography.
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