Imagine a world in which you don’t have to fear an early violent death because you will always be brought back to life thanks to a consciousness backup – as you have a constitutional right to do so. The much-discussed Czech sci-fi Restore Point offers more than just impressive visuals. Obviously inspired by classics from Blade Runner to Minority Report, director Robert Hloz has made a quality crime thriller with a smart protagonist and an entertaining plot. But he’s not afraid to tackle current moral issues that we as a society should be addressing – proving that the domestic genre scene still has a chance to rise from the ashes.
In the midst of a future war between the human race and the forces of artificial intelligence is Joshua (Washington), a hardened former special forces agent who is mourning the disappearance of his wife (Chan). He has been recruited to track down and kill the Creator, the elusive architect of an advanced artificial intelligence that has developed a mysterious weapon with the power to end the war and the existence of humanity itself. Joshua and his team of elite agents venture across enemy lines into the dark heart of AI-occupied territory only to discover that the weapon destined to destroy the world is an AI in the form of a small child.
The moment Dr Robotnik (Jim Carrey) was fatefully stranded on the Mushroom Planet, Sonic the Hedgehog lost his only truly capable enemy. And he became very bored. Occasionally, he helps the police catch a few “uncatchable” crooks but otherwise, he’s got nothing to throw his blue energy at, which stresses out his biggest buddy, Sheriff Tom (James Marsden)– much more than the damages Sonic causes he has to pay for. Only, the resourceful Robotnik has managed to find a way to escape his mushroom prison and return to Earth, and he’s also teamed up with an echidna named Knuckles who’s is a furry red ball full of malice and unique abilities similar to Sonic’s. This dangerous duo has two main goals. The first is revenge on Sonic, and the second is to find and control an infinite source of energy that would make Robotnik ruler of the entire planet. Fortunately, Sonic won’t face the odds alone but with the support of Tails, the two-tailed fox who has come to his aid from another dimension, because everything is at stake here.
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