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(135012) 7.5 100 min 2018

Upgrade is a movie starring Logan Marshall-Green, Melanie Vallejo, and Steve Danielsen. Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when the world of Grey, a self-labeled technophobe, is turned upside...

Steve Danielsen, Abby Craden, Melanie Vallejo, Logan Marshall-Green
Sci-Fi, Thriller, Horror, Action
Leigh Whannell

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sci-Fi, Thriller, Horror, Action
Director Leigh Whannell
Writer Leigh Whannell
Stars Steve Danielsen, Abby Craden, Melanie Vallejo, Logan Marshall-Green
Country USA, Australia
Also Known As Reprogrammé, アップグレード, Upgrade: Máquina asesina, Upgrade - Javított verzió, Upgrade: Atualização, Nadogradnja, Stem, Upgrade: máquina asesina, Ulepszenie, Újrainditás, 超能絕殺, Meshoudrag
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when the world of Grey, a self-labeled technophobe, is turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant.

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Tuesday, 29 Sep 2020 00:04

What can I say about Troma's semi-masterpiece, Shattered? Well, first of all, I think it's one of the most underrated films ever made. I know that people love to bash this film, but for me, it was a one-of-a-kind piece of experience, not to mention one of the best films I've seen in a long time. I've seen a lot of films that are known to be true-to-life, but I can honestly say that I can't remember a movie that was so original in the sense that it goes against the tropes of what we usually see in movies. There's so much creative originality in this movie that I can't even think about a single scene that isn't original, and I'm only writing this review so that you, the reader, can see what I mean. I give it 10 stars for just that reason. Plus, for those of you who don't understand the "uncanny valley", the uncanny valley doesn't exist, it's a fictional visual effect created by the human eye to help us identify the subjects of a photo when they're slightly out of focus. If a photo has a 100% focus on the subjects, it's perfectly crisp. But, if there's a very faint focus at all, it'll look blurry. The uncanny valley is a visual effect that is created by the human eye. I personally feel that it's not affected the way that it's been described in these commentaries. It's not a scientifically-based phenomena, it's a concept created by the human brain. For the most part, the uncanny valley is considered an artifact of the human brain. It's not something that's seen in every photograph taken, it's not something that's looked at in order to make you feel nauseous or sleepy. It's a feeling that is actually caused by the way the human eye reacts to exposure to a certain element in a photo. It's a feeling that is created by the human brain to help identify the subjects of a photo. I actually think that the fact that it's happening in this movie is one of the greatest discoveries of human history, because it's a complete reversal of what you would normally see in a picture. It's almost as if you can see the face of the photographer, but that's not the person who actually shot the photo. That's the human eye. I've seen a lot of Troma's movies, and they've never disappointed me. I can't say that for a movie like 'Trash' or 'The Hills Have Eyes', because it was a great, fast-paced movie that I never found boring. I'll just say that these two movies are great for their own sake and they have certain stories in common with one another, but they're not the same. I don't even want to talk about the second and third movies, because I don't want to give you any spoilers about them. I feel like they're just too quirky, too goofy, and too strange. They're great for a certain audience, but not for others. I think that all movies deserve to be viewed on their own merits. You can't compare Troma's movies to other movies. 'Ichigo' is a classic in its own right, but I don't think it's Troma's best movie. 'Shattered' is a great movie, and it's one that's unique and great. It's not for everyone, but I'm sure that you'll love it. The characters are great and I'm not one of those people who is afraid of characters, but you're all going to see how I see them and what they have in common with one another. There are people in this world who will be afraid of that. There are people who will be afraid of a bunch of people laughing at them. That's my problem with critics
Friday, 14 Aug 2020 20:37

In the future, mankind's political system is in crisis. Democracy has fallen and society has come to a state of power-hungry frenzy. The government, led by the tyrannical government of Veritech, is trying to eradicate dissent from all forms. Their power is absolute and their interests are their own. To make their life more complicated, the government has decided to go ahead with an experiment. The people of the city are sent into a system called 'Beta' which has been fully converted into a giant killing machine. Though it's not fully effective, the researchers hope to see if it will cause them to wake up to a new world. What the government doesn't realize, however, is that it's the cause of their downfall. The remaining citizens of Beta are the 'salvation of mankind', they are the only ones who have a soul and can stand against the killers of Beta. Hazy is definitely a director to keep an eye on. He's definitely one of the most talented directors out there today. He's a mix of horror/dramas, drama, and action movies. He combines all of these genres in a way that's always engaging. The only real disappointment in his films is the lack of any horror elements. He isn't afraid to bring in any action, but he's usually more interested in bringing in something that will really set the mood. Hazy's films have great pacing, a great story, and an interesting story. He has a way of making his films seem like something you'd really want to watch and I know that some of his films do feel like a little piece of art. His films are action packed, and their violence and tension really matches that, I love the way that this movie uses blood and gore in such a way that it's never forced. Most of the time, Hazy will put a real shock into you when he's using all these real world devices and this is a very important factor in his films. They make their characters, their characters are so real, so likable and powerful that when you see them, they make you feel bad that they're in a situation that's just not possible for them. The other main thing that I really like about his films is that they never feel forced. They all feel very real and realistic. The most powerful thing that these films have is the fact that the characters are extremely well-written. Most of the films I mentioned have a real charm to them. The other aspect of these films that I like is that I never feel that they're forced. They're not forced to talk, but they have that little something extra. The first time I saw this film, I was actually slightly disappointed by how the character was done. I thought that they were in a character's head and they were all talk and they never did anything. The second time around, I really enjoyed the film more because of the choice to not try to force anything down the viewer's throat. Most of the time, the characters had little more to say than the lines were written for them. I have to give Hazy credit. He can make a really strong movie and I always love the way that he does it. The second time around, I thought that the characters were a little bland but after seeing it three times, I like that they're still a lot more interesting. The movie is one of the few that I've ever liked on the first viewing. I really think that it's an impressive achievement and I think that Hazy is one of the best directors out there today. There are people that say that all horror films suck and that the only good horror films are the ones that don't have a weak story or lack any horror. I think that's not true at all. It's not like that. I think that people need to stop comparing movies and start looking at them as individual pieces of art. When you
Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 03:28

After a decade in production, filmmaker Joseph-Frank Amedori finally returns to the screen with his quirky horror film, "The Bird Man." Directed by Evan Daugherty, "The Bird Man" is a visually stunning and bizarre drama that explores a small-town New England town, where two families live together in harmony. One of the families happens to be affected by some kind of genetic mutation, which may or may not be physical. So, when the town is plagued by strange noises in the night, and the deadly toxin that affected one of the families begins to spread among the townsfolk, an unlikely new source of danger emerges. Also, the strange behavior of one of the families' youngest children causes the old man, who may or may not have been the most recent victim of a genetic mutation, to step in and kill the child. But, even though the most recent victims are the father and son, they aren't the only ones fighting back. After trying to control the situation, the town and the two families must go on the run, to survive in this spectacular and twisted terror film. The film's premise is very different from the usual slasher, and in my opinion, this is one of the reasons that the movie works so well. For one thing, it does not take itself seriously. The story is less concerned with making the audience want to see what happens to the characters, and more concerned with making the audience feel the fear and terror that is generated from being faced with the uncertainty of what is really happening. The performances from the whole cast is very believable, and the tension is very palpable. On the whole, this is a well-made film that will satisfy horror film fans and fans of independent film making. It will be interesting to see how this film will hold up when it is later seen in theaters.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 17:03

Amazing movie. Took my mother (98) and father to see this and both of us have laughed out loud and talked about it for days. Let us say that there were no dull moments in this movie and i honestly can't remember a single one. Much like a "The Matrix" The movie has so much depth and meaning that a 10 or a 1 is absolutely unnecessary. It's a shame to see movies like "Troll 2" and "Iron Man" being nothing more than just entertainment, when this is the real world. There are so many messages and elements that this movie harks to, even if there are no obvious jokes. It's a movie that should be looked at more than just for what it is. Not just for the fans of movies. There are so many themes that we can look forward to from the movie. Most of the people in the audience didn't even know what was going on and some of the events weren't clear until the end, but after the movie was over you could easily make a plot and people would know it and you wouldn't be all over the map. The characters were engaging and filled with depth and it felt so real. I don't feel like a lot of movies today do that. So many movies today fall into the trap of making a joke out of every scene and no substance. With this movie it had depth, so many of us will pay it attention the whole time, and it will be interesting to see what our views are on this movie. Many scenes made me feel sad for the characters and also a little bit angry and enraged. I'm not going to give away all the story points, but you can look it up if you want to see the entire plot. It's a great movie and I'm proud to have seen it.

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