Pandora Machine (2004)

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With a privatized police force, the future world poses some tough questions for detectives Michael Kelly and Jane Sikorski. The two law enforcers form a brittle partnership, with Michael becoming deeply suspicious of Jane and her actions.


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Director:

Andrew Bellware

Writers:

Andrew Bellware, Laura Schlachtmeyer

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9 November 2006 | Knuckle
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| Science has created a monster - and so have the film makers
According to the box, this movie is about the future, where privatized police crack down on dissidents through the use of high technology and omnipresent surveillance devices. There's a serial killer on the loose and somehow, he, she, or it manages to evade all of the gadgets that are supposed to make dystopia safe for the proles.

Well, that's what it says on the box. The movie, on the other hand, is so poorly written, so badly directed, so pitifully shot, that the only the only thing I could figure out about the story was that it was wasting my time.

This movie was not only held back by its micro budget, but by the absolute lack of talent in any of the departments.

Save your money and rent something else.

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