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The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies

The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. He’s about to tell the discovery to his colleague, Douglas Hall, but knowing someone is after him, the old man leaves a letter in the computer generated parallel world his company has created (which looks like the 30’s with seemingly real people with real emotions). Fuller is murdered in our real world the same night, and his colleague is suspected. Douglas discovers a bloody shirt in his bathroom and he cannot recall what he was doing the night Fuller was murdered. He logs into the system in order to find the letter, but has to confront the unexpected. The truth is harsher than he could ever imagine…
Plot: Los Angeles. A wealthy man, known as Mr. Fuller, discovers a shocking secret about the world he lives in. Fearing for his life, he leaves a desperate message for a friend of his in the most unexpected place.
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intriguing, thoughtful sci-fi thriller
As the last millennium comes to a close and a new one opens, the science fiction genre seems to have latched onto a brand new narrative format – the cyber/techno thriller, wherein characters are free to wander in and out of virtual reality worlds and are even forced to call into question the validity of the world we have hitherto smugly referred to as “reality.”

In 1999 alone, this theme has been explored in “The Matrix”, “eXistenZ” and “The Thirteenth Floor.” Actually, of the three, this is probably the most intriguing, intelligent and involving, successfully combining the elements of a whodunit with a clever sci-fi tale of a group of characters who drift in and out of a simulated version of Los Angeles in 1937. The plot, though complex, is spun out with coherence and ever-increasing clarity as the layers of information are slowly peeled back to reveal the larger picture. The filmmakers manage to create a sense of unbalance in the audience as we and the characters become more and more unclear as to what is reality and what is a simulation. Because the writers never lose their way, the result is a work of considerable mystery and intrigue.

In terms of art direction and cinematography, the film is a total triumph. The Los Angeles of 1937 the moviemakers have visualized on screen actually has a slight studio backlot, artificial feel to it – perfectly befitting just the kind of world a simulator would create. The photography in these sections also utilizes a slightly off color cast, nicely reflecting the tone found in color pictures of that era.

“The Thirteenth Floor” may not be a very “deep” movie, but it is an honorable addition to a newly formed genre that has not yet had time to ossify in its own conventions. Time alone will tell if filmmakers will be able to expand on this theme or whether, as with most genres, it will fall victim to its own inevitable cliches.

Review By: Buddy-51 Rating: Date: 2000-02-21
Within the looking glass
The peculiar year of 1999 brought about three sci-fi based flicks circling around the theme of virtual reality. The bombastic “Matrix” attacked sensorically, whilst inspiring some covert philosophical questions. Meanwhile David Cronenberg retreading paths already ventured eking out a somewhat redundant, albeit intriguing take on the new technoorganic future of mankind with “eXistenZ”. With these two powerful pieces “The Thirteenth Floor”, much more coy in ambition and restrained in goals, got somewhat overlooked, taking a historical back-burner, nonetheless garnering some fan-base, which allowed the picture to linger.

Hannon Fuller (Armin Mueller-Stahl), the creator of a virtual realm filled with conscious beings re-imagined in our likeness, ventures one last time into his 1930s inspired world to leave a message of warning to his associate Douglas Hall (Craig Bierko). Some grim mystery unravelled leads Fuller to desperation, but soon meets his end when murdered by an unnamed assailant. In order to uncover the cause of his mentor’s death Douglas decides to enter the VR with the help of his coworker Jason Whitney (Vincent D’Onofrio). Meanwhile the heir to Fuller’s company – a previously unknown daughter – Jane Fuller (Gretchen Mol) appears with claim to the fortune and to her father’s discoveries…

Unmistakenly neo-noir, especially and unsurprisingly when thrown back to the razzmatazz of 1930s Los Angeles, “The Thirteenth Floor” creates a world, which feels instantaneously attractive. The concept itself of living in a programmed world may seem somewhat trivial, but the delivery is anything but. Hannon Fuller turns out to be less than perfect, as he used his newly created world to venture into sexual escapades with hotel dancers, living excessively and without remorse (unfortunately not an issue fervently explored). Similarly other people using VR tend to usurp the power given to do things they would never think of in real life, as if using the VR as a valve for releasing hidden anxieties and wants.

The problem however with “The Thirteenth Floor” comes with the final act. When the pieces start falling into place there remains no mystery and the solution becomes evident long before the puzzle has been solved. After a captivating setup the direction soon becomes all too obvious, thus the atmosphere of intrigue dissipates, leaving a rather hollow shell on which the director places a somewhat sappy love story with a twist. This part of the movie sticks out sorely and the director seems to put in all his best effort to close out and finish before everything spirals out of control. Once offering the solution to the mystery Josef Rusnak has nothing left to offer, albeit the issue of realising inner dreams in an alternative reality seems ripe for the taking (as well as the ills of playing God). Despite some overall allure a lot of the movie doesn’t really work, which makes it a different take on the matter. Enjoyable but ultimately not one offering much deeper insight and with a faltering delivery (despite an astute and well bent script).

Review By: p-stepien Rating: 5 Date: 2012-11-05

Other Information:

Original Title The Thirteenth Floor
Release Date 1999-04-16
Release Year 1999

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min)
Budget 16000000
Revenue 18564088
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Josef Rusnak
Writer Daniel F. Galouye (book), Josef Rusnak (screenplay), Ravel Centeno-Rodriguez (screenplay)
Actors Craig Bierko, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Gretchen Mol, Vincent D’Onofrio
Country USA, Germany
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Centropolis Film Productions
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras
Laboratory Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA, DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)

The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
The Thirteenth Floor 1999 123movies
Original title The Thirteenth Floor
TMDb Rating 7 870 votes

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