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Leif Jacobson over 4 years ago
Massively stupid, massively fun. But seriously, massively stupid.
Dominic Dirupo over 4 years ago
Hardest working person in showbiz is Gerard Butler's agent. How does he get anything?
Jody Bradley 6 years ago
Cool and different film! loved it!
Grant davies almost 7 years ago
Nate McBean almost 7 years ago
Nifty idea; not as nifty execution. (5/18/2010)
Kakra over 7 years ago
8/10 weak ending
Kraig Brachman over 7 years ago
Interesting concept, poor executed. It's a mindless modern day action movie.
Danial Pearce over 7 years ago
Very running-man-esque. Enjoyable though.
Noah Rymer almost 2 years ago
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Nicola Grosu 4 years ago
Gamer is a 2009 science fiction thriller film written and directed by Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor. The film stars Gerard Butler as a participant in an online game in which participants can control human beings as players, and Logan Lerman as the player who controls him. Gamer was released in North America on September 4, 2009 and the United Kingdom on September 16, 2009. In a near-future New York, eccentric Ken Castle (Michael C. Hall) has revolutionized the gaming industry with his invention of self-replicating nanites that replace existing brain cells and allow full control of all motor functions by a third party. The first major application of this technology is a game called Society, which allows gamers to control a real person in a pseudo community (much like current simulated worlds such as The Sims or Second Life but with far more telepresence and mind control). This generally boils down to the players engaging in all manner of debauchery, such as deliberately injuring...
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