The 4th Dimension (2006)

The 4th Dimension




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Though born a prodigy, with a frighteningly intuitive grasp of biology and physics, Jack (Louis Morabito) grew up in an environment that offset the advantage of his intellectual gifts. He suffered from a deeply troubled, issue-ridden childhood, largely thanks to a dysfunctional relationship with his ailing mother (Karen Peakes), then turned an even darker corner early in life when greeted by a traumatic vision that threatened to warp his mind and left him with seemingly permanent … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: , , , , , , ,
Written By: Dave Mazzoni, Tom Mattera
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On DVD: Apr 8, 2008

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Critic Reviews for The 4th Dimension

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (2)

A densely etched portrait of a young man's descent into insanity.

June 29, 2006
Hollywood Reporter
Top Critic

Sustains a disturbing, somnambulistic mood...

Full Review… | June 22, 2006
Top Critic

The 4th Dimension prevails for both its overall lack of pretension, as well as a more implicit approach to such psychological mindgames.

Full Review… | January 31, 2008
Projection Booth

An 'art' movie (and we say that with the best of possible intentions) that is well worth checking out.

Full Review… | July 18, 2007
Sci-Fi Movie Page

Drifting through this world with Jack, you've just got to let go and enjoy the slow burn.

Full Review… | June 24, 2006
Film Threat

It is a film whose concept is too often done, and usually only about as well as it's done here.

Full Review… | June 23, 2006

Audience Reviews for The 4th Dimension

WhatEVER. One of the more frustrating, pretentious movies I've seen in awhile. The synopsis on this one made it seem like it would be interesting, along the lines of "Primer", a GREAT small-budget sci-fi. It is sooooo not. So very, very not. I'll give the filmmakers credit for some strong cinematography, but the rest of it is a first-year film school mess with a first-year film school ending. The story was way too abstract for any kind of thoughts on the nature of space-time to seriously be considered, and besides, the ending negated any of it anyway. If you like pretentious indy films that think they're saying something profound when they're not, you are in for a real treat.

J Dean

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