Horrible dialogue. ("He's not alive... he's dead." Um, yeah.) Horrible CGI. The movie itself was so blurry that it looked like each frame was poorly run through the unsharp mask filter in Photoshop. Here's the movie:<br><br>Violet walks into a room filled with goons. She flips and slices and kills all the goons to techno music. Music and action end abruptly with her in a frozen kung-fu pose while the camera surveys the dead bodies. Now repeat this 37 times. Oh, and make sure the goons wear masks so we can re-use the stunt guys.<br><br>Crap is movie. Avoid like plague.<br><br>1/2 star out of 4. (Half star for the cool, disposable, paper-thin cell phone she buys at a vending machine.) No Wilhelms... but Mila hiney makes up for it.<br><br>
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
Seems like they tried to make a futuristic twist on The Bourne Identity mixed in with The Matrix, through in a girl with a samurai sword forgot about a story-line ran out of money and failed miserably. <br><br>Or as Ebert & Roper put it: " The greatest hits of Aeon Flux + Tron + Kill Bill + The Matrix + Beauty and the Beast + Sin City + the last segment of Creepshow (about the guy who wanted to live in a hermetically sealed environment) = this movie."<br><br>
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