MindGamers (2015)

MindGamers (2015)

Sam NeillTom PayneOliver StarkDominique Tipper
Andrew Goth


MindGamers (2015) is a English movie. Andrew Goth has directed this movie. Sam Neill,Tom Payne,Oliver Stark,Dominique Tipper are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. MindGamers (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A group of brilliant young students discover the greatest scientific breakthrough of all time: a wireless neural network, connected via a quantum computer, capable of linking the minds of each and every one of us. They realise that quantum theory can be used to transfer motor-skills from one brain to another, a first shareware for human motor-skills. They freely spread this technology, believing it to be a first step towards a new equality and intellectual freedom. But they soon discover that they themselves are part of a much greater and more sinister experiment as dark forces emerge that threaten to subvert this technology into a means of mass-control. MindGamers takes the mind-bender thriller to the next level with an immersive narrative and breath-taking action.


MindGamers (2015) Reviews

  • style over substance


    teetering between a 4 and a 5 for me; it's pretty, shallow, and confusing... weak plot built out of decent premise. it tries for the mindbendy wow that was managed in films like inception, but misses considerably... i feel like if you enjoyed "the cell" there's a chance you'll enjoy this... it is pretty, i'll give it that

  • Not Worth Wasting Your Time!!!


    The biggest mistake was to give into the marketing hype of collective cognition bands on the day of the world premier that would be given to the audience and results would be shown live after the movie to see the brain mapping (which didn't happen). The movie has nothing to do with the experiment, the story, the plot-line is bizarrely vague and made no sense. Everything was a rip off, marketing gimmick to sell this movie which even Sam O Neil couldn't have carried on his shoulders, the producers knew that this movie would be a huge huge disaster and the only way to make money would be create an unrealistic hype to justify selling the tickets 20 bucks a pop. The story is meaningless, acting was worse than B grade movies, the graphics were cheap, there is absolutely nothing praise worthy about this film.

  • style over substance is accurate


    Pretentious, very over-acted, though I blame script and direction for that. It wanted to bring a coolness and edge to a critical analysis of religion and existentialism. It cast science in terms of religion, or religion in terms of science. It balanced the individual against the concept of a group consciousness. It played on the idea of reality as something that one could shift into and out of as a counter (or complement) to determinism. The film over-reached a fair bit and occasionally broke character to toss a line to the likely bewildered audience to help them get over some of the more significant leaps. There was too much slow-mo of Melia Kreiling, as delightful as her screen-presence is. Still, moderate effects, some decently pretty visuals, actors making the best of their material and it's not the worst thing I've seen lately. You're better off (re-)watching the Matrix for an equivalent sci-fi edginess that touches on similar philosophical topics but is way better (and doesn't show its age at all).

  • Bait & Switch, not Science


    This movie has little to do with science and is being used for nothing more than religious propaganda. The trailer is purposely deceitful, and leads the viewer to believe they're seeing a sci-fi thriller, when it's more like something an "edgy" mega church would churn out to warn people about technology. Luckily I was able to get my money back

  • Convoluted Mess of a Movie


    Sometimes when I start watching a movie like this that's not working for me at any level I wonder whether I'm being too harsh and critical in my assessment of it. However, I can see by the reviewers that have preceded me on this site that I am not alone. This film was just a convoluted mess of a movie, with an absolutely nonsensical script accompanied by very wooden acting. Why the fine actor Sam Neill is in this abomination is beyond me. Of course, presenting this turkey apparently wasn't enough for the filmmakers, they had to throw in some clips of animals seemingly being abused during experiments just for good measure. I know redbox isn't going to give me back my $1.59, but maybe I can help others to not spend their money on this dud.


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