MindGamers (2015)

17% – Critics
17% – Audience

MindGamers Storyline

A group of brilliant young students discovers the greatest scientific breakthrough of all time: a wireless neural network, connected via a quantum computer, capable of linking the minds of each and every one of us. They realize that quantum theory can be used to transfer motor-skills from one brain to another, a first shareware for human motor-skills. They freely spread this technology, believing that it’s a first step towards a new equality and intellectual freedom. But they soon discover that they are part of a much greater, much more sinister experiment as dark forces emerge that threaten to subvert this technology into a means of mass-control. MindGamers takes the mind-bender thriller to the next level with an immersive narrative and breathtaking action.—Terra Mater Website

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MindGamers Movie Reviews

Disappointing, cliché-laden, pretentious

I wanted to like this movie. It has many things I enjoy: sci-fi, philosophy, sociology, quantum physics, bio-and neuro-engineering, music, and shiny tech. After a bit of a rough start, it finally found its stride and proceeded to walk right over a cliff of plot holes and half-formed ideas, landing in some sort of messy diatribe on religion. Or that technology is evil. Or something. The plot doesn’t so much *twist* as flop about like a dying fish. And whenever you begin to think it’s getting interesting, here comes that fish to slap your face.


The movie pokes at you in every scene, apparently terrified you’ll miss this clever thing they’ve done on the back wall, or that reference to the devil with all the finesse of a forty-foot troll, and now oh my god there are hip-hop demons. Did you catch the SUBTLE references to the blonde seer woman and the birds? Birds have wings, you know. And they move together. Gee, I wonder what else has wings? Oh! Actual angels, do you get it? Still too subtle? Paint giant wings on a wall and have the actor brood a lot as he leans against them in the perfect place.

And that’s just *one* example of a near infinite supply. It really seems desperate that you know how clever it is. I’ve never really thought of metaphor/symbolism as a weapon before, but this movie seems hell-bent on bludgeoning the audience to death with it. Everything – and I do mean everything – has been slathered in so much edgy symbolism I’m amazed the actors didn’t drown in it. This can be a good thing when done well (as in The Sixth Sense), but can quickly become silly and full of itself (as in Lady in the Water). I laughed out loud several times at points that I’m fairly sure were intended to be serious, but towards the end, laughing seemed a bit like picking on a small child and I just felt sorry for the cast.

For example, the ‘angelic’, spiritually enlightened character who literally dresses in white and if she were any paler, she’d be translucent begins wearing white wings at one point, just in case you somehow missed the message. And *of course* their arch rivals seem allergic to the concept of colour. Many, many times things were just too on-the-nose and the actors seemed to struggle under the endless clichés. Mediocre acting by all, as though they didn’t want to be in the movie, and it felt like a waste of big talent.

Rather than pick apart this tangled circus further, I’ll just end with its climax because it sums up the whole thing well: Armageddon happens in this one town, with technologically-enhanced demons doing parkour. There’s a christian/demon/zombie synchronised dance battle (à la Michael Jackson) *to the literal death* and I didn’t make any of that up.

It isn’t the worst movie I’ve ever seen, but it’s rather far down the list.

What in the actual F

I was bored within the first 5 minutes. This movie has no plot line, period. The conversations between people make zero sense. The concept makes zero sense. There’s almost a sense that the writer tried to purposefully make it not understandable in a conceided way like “this is beyond you, you wouldn’t understand”. I understand that I’m snoring and this is uncreative and just dumb.

You can’t explain the theories tested in this movie in 2 hours

While not a superb film, it does assume you are familiar with theories such as Schrodinger’s Cat. Or Unified field theory, or Parallel universes, or String Theory, or Brain bridging etc. I’m not going to pretend I know everything about these theories, but I do watch a lot of science and space documentaries. And also, many of these theories are controversial in science, philosophy, or religion.

RECOMMEND: If you like the POSSIBILITIES of of these theories, you may find it OK to watch – it kind of takes a leap of faith, aka ‘imagination’ but at least you’ll understand it. I found it interesting – I’ve seen MUCH worse!!