A daring synthetic biologist, after a car accident kills his family, will stop at nothing to bring them back, even if it means pitting himself against a government-controlled laboratory, a police task force and the physical laws of science.
David Strathairn was rumoured for a role See more »
In the car accident, there are multiple collisions with large objects; however, no airbags deployed. This is a brand new, late model vehicle. Therefore, why didn't they deploy? This is obviously a mistake. See more »
We're the sum total of what has happened to us and how we processed it. That's what makes us us. It's all neurochemistry.
Do you really believe that? That's all I am? Your children? Just pathways, electrical signals and chemistry? You have kids that love you and a wife that adores you and we have a scientist.
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In India, the film was given a UA certificate by the CBFC after following cuts were made:
Removed both the scenes of needle going into the eye. (1.01.50 and 1.34.20)
Muted the word bastard. (1.26.10)
Removed the shots of nudity and semi-nudity. (41-42 mins)
This movie is not the best but it's definitely not the worst. If you are a person who enjoys watching movies without criticizing every little detail I think you'll enjoy it. I did laugh at the CGI but the rest of the movie was good. Those that are rating is it low are being really harsh. The only way you will know if you like it is if you give it a try.
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