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If you could bring the ones you love back from the dead, would you? Keanu Reeves stars in this sci-fi thriller as Dr. William Foster, a scientist obsessed with importing human consciousness into computer systems. His partner (Thomas Middleditch) is working on human cloning. Things are starting to go well when tragedy strikes: Foster’s wife and two children are killed in a car wreck.
Doc Foster snaps. With tech on hand to enable both cloning and consciousness transfer, he sets out to recreate his lost family. There are limitations and complications, however — and a company that sees any product of Foster’s research, no matter how personal, as its property.
- Alice Eve
- Thomas Middleditch
- John Ortiz
- Emjay Anthony
- Emily Alyn Lind
- Aria Lyric Leabu
- Nyasha Hatendi
- Amber Rivera
- Jonathan Dwayne
- Luis Gonzaga
Did You Know?
- David Strathairn was rumoured for a role
- When Keanu Reeves' character grabs the orange juice carton from his son, the juice spills out onto the table yet no one seems to notice.
- Will Foster: How does it feel?
Atom User Reviews
Too many lose ends, unrealistic scenarios, and horrible effects that seemed outdated and unfinished. Sorry but not worth the money.
This movie left me scratching my head. Wait, how’d that happen? So unbelievable. Wait for Netflix. Or not.
Replicas manages to be perversely entertaining for its fast-paced first half, if only because of the sheer absurdity of its storyline. But it eventually devolves into tedious thriller tropes.
The utter stupidity of Replicas sometimes makes it feel almost daring. It goes to some dark, counterintuitive places out of a seeming obliviousness to both what science fiction audiences might want to see, and how actual people might behave.
The chief distinction of Replicas is how detached it often is from the expected sense of words and images.