Code 8

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Code 8 is set in a world where 4% of the population is born with varying supernatural abilities, but instead of being billionaires or superheroes, they face discrimination and live in poverty, often resorting to crime. Connor Reed (Robbie Amell), a power-enabled young man, is struggling to pay for his ailing mother's (Kari Matchett) health treatment. Fighting to earn enough money as a day laborer, Connor is lured into a lucrative criminal world by Garrett (Stephen Amell) who works for Lincoln City's reigning drug lord, Marcus Sutcliffe (Greg Bryk). Garrett helps Connor sharpen his powers in order to execute a series of crimes on behalf of Sutcliffe, while a militarized police unit, led by Agent Park (Sung Kang) and Agent Davis (Aaron Abrams), hunts them down.


  • Stephen Amell
  • Robbie Amell
  • Laysla De Oliveira
  • Kari Matchett
  • Greg Bryk
  • Sung Kang
  • Peter Outerbridge
  • Alex Mallari Jr.
  • Shaun Benson
  • Aaron Abrams

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  • Stars cousins Stephen Amell and Robbie Amell.
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  • (at around 55mn) A supposedly very heavy concrete barrier is moved, but the pickup truck it was loaded on does not budge, and it can't even carry such a load anyways.
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Apr 14, 2020

The bad guys are more interesting than the good ones, the heists — including an armored car — are generic.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation
Apr 14, 2020

While the Code 8 movie's premise is more interesting than its other elements, it's handled well enough to warrant further exploration. Code 8 works better as a proof of concept than a standalone sci-fi thriller, serving up fascinating world-building with a fairly basic story.

Sandy Schaefer
Screen Rant
Dec 14, 2019

Though this clearly isn't meant to be a lighthearted story, a glimmer of wit here and there would've helped keep viewers engaged in the action and endeared us to a cast that is competent but hardly charismatic.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter