"Kill Switch" - They Cloned Our World

Sneak Peek the new science fiction feature "Kill Switch" (aka "Redivider") directed by Tim Smit, starring Dan Stevens, Bérénice Marlohe, Tygo Gernandt, Charity Wakefield, Bas Keijzer, Mike Libanon and Mike Reus:

"...sometime in the near future, physicist and former 'Nasa' pilot 'Will Porter' is recruited by 'Alterplex', a power company that has built a massive tower that taps into unlimited quantum energy. 

"When strange anomalies occur around the world that are blamed on the tower, it is revealed it is destroying a mirror universe Earth...

"...referred to as 'The Echo' and that the inhabitants there also have an energy tower.

"Porter is sent to The Echo with a device called the 'Redivider' believing it will balance the power transfer between the two universes and set things right. 

"Instead he learns the device is a kill switch that will destroy The Echo forcing him to decide which universe to sacrifice in order to save the other..."

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Black Out Review

Guy Ritchie, the stylish Brit behind the hyperkinetic one-two punch that was Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, hasn’t made a great crime comedy since 2008′s RocknRolla (blame Warner Bros., which keeps throwing Ritchie big fish like Sherlock Holmes and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.). It might be a while until the auteur bounces back with another instant classic but in the meantime, at least we have Black Out, a mostly clever and entertaining Dutch flick that mimics Ritchie’s furious editing technique, convoluted storytelling and zany characters so meticulously that it almost managed to convince me it was doing something original.

That’s a diss, sure, but originality has never been a requirement in cinema; on the contrary, it’s so rare that we wildly applaud whenever we do see it. And to be fair, Ritchie stood on the shoulders of other filmmakers
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