Impostor

BB

(out of 5)


Boring science-fiction thriller adapted from the short story by Philip K. Dick, whose story Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep was the basis for the awe-inspiring Blade Runner; this yawn-inducer could only dream to be compared to Ridley Scott’s classic in any possible way. plays a weapons designer in a futuristic world that has been ravaged by alien invaders called Centauri who are intent on taking over the earth. On a seemingly normal day, a top-secret securities officer () informs him that his real self was killed by Centauri some time ago and he is a cyborg replicant being used as a spy for the enemy, and now must be destroyed. Believing them to be mistaken, Sinise escapes their clutches and enlists the help of an underground drifter () and his own beautiful doctor wife () to help him clear his name. Things happen much too fast with absolutely no buildup or emotional relief afterwards, leaving you with a completely flat and uninvolving Fugitive with no soul or motivation.


Dimension Films, Marty Katz Productions, Mojo Films, P.K. Pictures

USA, 2001

Directed by

Screenplay by , , , adaptation by , based on the short story by 

Cinematography by

Produced by Gary Fleder, , ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by ,

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