Andrew (Dane DeHaan) is a socially awkward, introverted teen whose main form of escape and expression is a video camera. But things begin to change when Andrew, his cousin Matt (Alex Russell) and popular classmate Steve (Michael B. Jordan) discover a mysterious substance that leaves them with incredible powers. As their abilities become more powerful, the teens' lives spin out of control when their darker sides begin to emerge. Andrew's camera captures the unfolding events.
Director: Josh Trank
Producer: James Dodson, John Davis, Adam Schroeder
Cast: Michael Kelly, Michael B. Jordan, Adrian Collins, Anna Wood, Dane DeHaan, Alex Russell, Nicole Bailey, Ashley Hinshaw, Luke Tyler, Bo Petersen, Rudi Malcolm, Crystal Roberts, Grant Powell, Armand Aucamp
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Poorly filmed, but great idea and use of the effect in coordination with there powers. Just not really a ending in my bookSeptember 24th, 2012 · Details
While I did like this movie on some level, overall it was just "ok". The camera was annoying, I didn't like the first person camera idea on cloverfield, now take it one step further and make it a telekinetic camera that is unstable. If you're wanting a "super hero" movie, this isn't the one for you. If you're looking for a psycho teen gets super power movies... then maybe you'll get a kick outta it.August 9th, 2012 · Details
The idea of the movie is why I was interested to see it, but I hated this movie. The jumpy camera shots I just can't stand. What is the message of this movie? It had no redeeming value.April 17th, 2012 · Details