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eXistenZ 1999 123movies

eXistenZ 1999 123movies

Play it. Live it. Kill for it.Apr. 14, 199997 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Allegra Geller, the leading game designer in the world, is testing her new virtual reality game, eXistenZ with a focus group. As they begin, she is attacked by a fanatic assassin employing a bizarre organic gun. She flees with a young marketing trainee, Ted Pikul, who is suddenly assigned as her bodyguard. Unfortunately, her pod, an organic gaming device that contains the only copy of the eXistenZ game program, is damaged. To inspect it, she talks Ted into accepting a gameport in his own body so he can play the game with her. The events leading up to this, and the resulting game lead the pair on a strange adventure where reality and their actions are impossible to determine from either their own or the game’s perspective.
Plot: A game designer on the run from assassins must play her latest virtual reality creation with a marketing trainee to determine if the game has been damaged.
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I’m sorry but this low budget disaster got zero interest from me. The props were horrid. The story was ridiculous; really, it was just so “stupid”. Maybe I should be using bigger words, but this movie was just awful in every way.
I rarely give up on a movie; I feel like someone shouldn’t give a movie a bad review unless they’ve seen the entire thing. I’ve seen the entire thing, finally. It was almost painful to get through. It is just a cheap and dreadful production. The SyFy channel makes better quality garbage than this.
Review By: tmdb81799156 Rating: 1 Date: 2017-07-28
Free will is obviously not a big factor in this little world of ours.

Hee, yet another David Cronenberg picture that divides opinions, not just among the casual film watchers, but also his most ardent fans.

Plot is a little nutty in actuality, as it finds Jennifer Jason Leigh as the world’s most high profile games designer. While testing her new virtual reality game out with a focus group, an assassination attempt puts her on the run with an ally of sorts, marketing man Ted Pikul (Jude Law). With the prototype of the new game in their possession, the pair must enter the game’s realm to unlock the various puzzles and threats that now confounds and stalks them.

With Cronenberg back to writing something solely from his own head, eXistenZ finds the Canadian auteur happy to be back making a truer piece of work for his kinked visions. Unfortunately the advent of such virtual reality fare and various realist themes was well in filmic swing come the time eXistenZ was released, rendering it in some eyes as a band wagon jumper. That’s unfair, because it’s still a unique film, as Cronenberg blends body horror with visual invention to create a mind warp of gaming possibilities, a thrum thrum of futuristic verve. He gets top performances out of Leigh (great hair as well) and Law, while the narrative is constantly tricky enough to demand the viewer pays attention whilst being prepared to, perhaps, be surprised.

Not prime Cronenberg, but still smart and funky, twisty and nutty, scary and oblique. So very much a Cronenberg original, then. 8/10

Review By: John Chard Rating: 8 Date: 2016-02-22
Play it. Live it. Kill for it.
The way you pronounce the name of this film is a little different. The story that is shown is certainly different, and after you have seen it, you will say it is movie that is definitely different in almost every aspect. Of course, I am talking about the 2000 sci-fi thriller, ‘eXistenZ’, which shows that going into the world of ‘virtual reality’, can be weird and dangerous. ‘eXistenZ’ also proves that virtual reality’ can be a world that one cannot be sure of being in or out of.

During the first closed-door demonstration of an amazing new virtual reality game – called ‘eXistenZ’ – the system’s brilliant designer, Allegra Geller, is violently attacked by a crazed assassin intent on killing her and destroying her creation. Forced to flee into hiding, Allegra enlists the help of young marketing trainee, Ted Pikul, to help her test the damaged system, by convincing him to join her inside a game of eXistenZ. The action then explodes as their world’s real-life dangers begin to merge with the fantasy of the game.

This film has a most unique and unusual story, but in a good way. I have read on the internet, that eXistenZ ‘makes the Matrix look like child’s play’, and I would have to agree. What I will say about this film’s story, is that it gives the impression that its audience will understand where it actually is, and that they will believe who someone is, is truly that person, and that they are on a level par. I guess that is what is most inventive about the film, to make what is seemingly so true, to be actually not true at all. The writer/director of eXistenZ, David Cronenberg (from ‘the Fly’), wrote a most inventive screenplay, that I am sure you will not see in along time.

This movies lead actors are Allegra Gellar (Jennifer Jason Leigh) and Ted Pikul (Jude Law). The pair share a most unique chemistry onscreen, as we see their game characters doing some very weird and wacky things as they keep going deeper and deeper into the game of ‘eXistenZ’ they are playing. I love the way that both Leigh and Law turn this movie into a very erotic kind of an experience to watch. Allegra says this is all part of the game and that the pair should not give into any of these so called ‘bits’. I must mention that Jude Law suits this kind of movie genre. Law has also been a part of the Steven Spielberg movie ‘AI’, which was another unique movie that I did not mind.

The supporting cast of this film was also good. I like how we get to meet the guy at the gas station who affectionately known as Gas (Willem Defoe). The role that he took on in this film suits him down to the ground. However, I thought that his role of the ‘Green Goblin’ in the 2002 blockbuster ‘Spiderman’ was ordinary to say the least. Other supporting cast members include Kiri Vinokur (Ian Holm), the strange man at the trout factory Yevgeny Nourish (Don McKellar) and the Chinese waiter (Oscar Hsu).

I also like the way this movie looks. The ‘virtual reality’ world created for ‘eXistenZ’ looks so weird and wonderful, that part of me feels that I might be tempted to play the game. Then the creation of the funny creatures in the movie, the funny pods that are used to play the game and the surprise in the ‘special’ Chinese meal are interesting to see as we go further and further into the film. Then take the great parts of the film. I like how this movie starts, as it is one thing that needs to be looked at carefully, or you could misread what is happening for the entire movie. When the lead pair then start to play eXistenZ the movie becomes all the more interesting, as this is the part where you can start to realise that not everything is what it seems.

But here is a clue for you out there that are a little confused by the whole reality vs. virtual-reality parts of the film. The film does point out very subtle clues as to what mode both Allegra and Ted are actually in. However, if you are one person who is clever enough to work out the movie’s entire plot, then you are one lucky person, as even I am still thinking up questions that I want to know the answers to (such as: was the entire movie just a game? What does the end of the film actually mean? Did those mean streaks that happened in the supposed ‘game’, turn out just to be glitches in the real life ‘virtual reality’ game? What should you make of the two lead characters after the end of the film?) I am sure I will think of more questions, but whether I find out there answers is another thing.

The whole world of ‘virtual reality’, is becoming realer and closer in the world that we live in. We can enter into many different aspects of virtual reality at the drop of the hat, thanks to technologies such as computers (the internet) computer games and the movies that we watch. However whether the whole idea of ‘virtual reality’ is good, that I am unsure of. My opinion is if we enter into a world that is outside of our reality, than we could be giving something of ourselves that we don’t actually know we are giving, and could turn us into people that we might not normally be. That being said, this movie makes me so curious about the world that I have just criticised. If you want to experience a film that goes one step further than what the Matrix did in certain aspects, then I can only recommend that you dare yourself to enter into the game which is called ‘eXistenZ’.

CMRS gives ‘eXistenZ’: 4.5 (Very Good – Brilliant Film)

Review By: Old Joe Rating: Date: 2003-04-10

Other Information:

Original Title eXistenZ
Release Date 1999-04-14
Release Year 1999

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min), 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (workprint)
Budget 15000000
Revenue 2856712
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director David Cronenberg
Writer David Cronenberg
Actors Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Ian Holm, Willem Dafoe
Country UK, France, Canada
Awards 3 wins & 14 nominations.
Production Company Miramax
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1 (intended ratio)
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Toronto, Canada, The Lab, Toronto, Canada
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

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eXistenZ 1999 123movies
eXistenZ 1999 123movies
eXistenZ 1999 123movies
Original title eXistenZ
TMDb Rating 6.9 1,232 votes

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