In the near future, life-like androids with artificial intelligence have been created to help people with menial household tasks. The prototype, One, created by Roger Marshall and tested by his family, proves to be popular but flawed. Roger has been working on a new model, Two, whose improved features show promise of its super-human abilities. As tensions rise between Roger and wife Shelley, the androids malfunction and the lives of the whole family are soon in danger of Two’s sinister plans. —Left FilmsOh my, where to start?The acting: It’s inexistant. It is clear and obvious NONE of the people involved in front of the camera – as you can see I refrain from calling them ‘actors’ – do have ANY knowledge of how to act …. or any skill to start with.The filming: Someone mentioned an iPhone 6 being used to film this movie and I wouldn’t be surprised if this was actually the case. It’s so amateurish I would say I have seen better cat and food pictures on social media.The effects: Yes, I wrote effects, because calling them ‘special effects’ would imply they are any special …. which they are not. Someone thought it’s a great idea to stick a Laerdahl ressuscitation doll’s face on a human and call that an android. Believe me, there’s more android in a Samsung Galaxy than in this stinker.The plot: Yes, there is one, which is already more than the rest. Is it any good? Difficult to say because it’s difficult to make it out under the amateurish acting, filming, editing and effects.So why two stars you might ask? Because the cover is well done and actually tricked me into starting to watch this garbage.
Stars : Marshall Hawkes, Stephanie Lodge, Zoe Purdy, Marshall Hawkes, Stephanie Lodge, Zoe Purdy
Genre : Sci-Fi
Country : United States